In the early stages of global warming, while temperature increases are not too drastic, many ecosystems appear to do better than normal. small increases in temperatures actually help the productivity of forests, by allowing the trees to take in more CO2. Also, increase water temperatures can have a temporarily positive effect on some water species because the increased temperatures allow them to breed more quickly and increase their populations. However, as temperatures continue to increase the positive effects begin to fade as the ecosystems lose their established balance.
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