Dead Zone has Deadly Consequences

A Dead zone is an inhabitable area in the ocean. This occurs because the oxygen level is below 2 milliliters per liter. Such a phenomenon is threatening the biodiversity of the marine ecosystem as well as worsening climate change, as the ocean plays a big role against climate by absorbing excess heat and carbon dioxide. This issue has also caused an economic loss of over 80 million a year.

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Damages driven by climate changes

Climate change has brought many changes into our lives, and a lot of them are bad. Many industries have been threatened by such a  problem. The problem is continuing to rise and  need quick actions or damages will become worse. Far in the future, climate change might be the culprit of what makes this planet uninhabitable. Sounds exaggerated, but considering the effects, it might be possible to happen.

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A big role played by CO2

We all know that the earth is getting warmer, but why we blamed CO2 as the reason?

The atmosphere is one of the reasons the earth is habitable. That because it has a role to protect us from the sun radiation and also keep our planet warm. Unlike earth, the moon doesn’t have an atmosphere, thus, make the moon’s temperature ranging from minus 173 C up to 127 C. When the radiation hit the earth surface, it bounces up to the atmosphere then back again to the surface then back again to the atmosphere, and so on. This process happened for several times until it escapes from our atmosphere.

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