posted on Jun, 30 2005 @ 02:56 PM
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Extra precipitation expected as a result of global warming could create a lopsided world in which sea ice increases around the South Pole while the
far north melts away.
A new study illustrates the difficulty in predicting how the planet might react to overall warming, which most but not all scientists believe is
underway, in part due to greenhouse gas emissions by industry and autos.
"Most people have heard of climate change and how rising air temperatures are melting glaciers and sea ice in the Arctic," said Dylan Powell of the
University of Maryland Baltimore County. "However, findings from our simulations suggest a counterintuitive phenomenon. Some of the melt in the
Arctic may be balanced by increases in sea ice volume in the Antarctic."
I still think that global warming will be near to impossible to truly predict. But its very real.