Well yes and no. Some things will not do well with global warming, humans are likely one such species. However even though this is a threatening thing to some, even some forms of bacteria, it is not bad news for us all (life). Even though it will inevitably negatively impact sound bacteria it has also provided benefits to others. “As the world gets warmer these bacteria are breaking down long-term stores of carbon; that is, they are getting carbon sources from the Arctic soil as source of energy and producing CO2 as a by-product. nother aspect is that Global warming is increasing the rate in which bacteria are decomposing death matter (leafs, animals) producing CO2. This is a problem because there is no longer a balance between the production of CO2 by decomposition and the absorbance of this green house gas by plants.”
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