09.08.21 -- Extreme Sea Levels To Become Much More Common As Earth Warms
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Scientists concerned with climate change study the origins and effects of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere — gases that trap heat and cause a rise in global temperatures. Carbon dioxide generated by the burning of fuels is a well-known greenhouse gas. Another greenhouse gas is methane (CH4). In fact, methane has about 20 times more heat-trapping capability than equal amounts of carbon dioxide.