How has global warming caused more flooding?



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    Climate change (global warming) has been causing sea levels to rise, through the combination of melting glaciers and ice caps and the warming of the oceans, which causes water to expand. The coastlines are obviously most affected, and low-lying areas can be severely affected by flooding and storm surges exacerbated by higher sea levels. Since 1993 and 2003, the global sea level rose an average of three millimeters a year. Warmer ocean waters also puts more moisture in the air, creating more rainfall.

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    All the climate change deniers, i.e. right wing Republican conservatives, require to all move to the coasts and show all the scientists and science wrong in the next 50 years and not complain and ask for help from the govt. when your house is underwater.

    Ajax Ontario Street Sweeping

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