You are on page 1of 4

Resources Organizer

Directions​: Please use this document to organize your research. Remember, it all starts with
your resource question. ​Click here​ to go to the “Resources” section on the library website.

Inquiry Question

(1)How global warming start? (2)what effect


global warming have in today's world?(3)what
are evidence against global warming have in
over future?


Search Words

Start global warming,Global warming effect now,Global


warming future.


Resource Link Summary/ Quote

http://go.galegroup.co (1)“In 1850 researcher was able to track a very slight change in
m/ps/retrieve.do?tabI
D=T004 Result temperature in North America, Europe, and Asia going back as far as
ListType=RESULT_LI
ST&searchResultsTy 1850”
pe=Single Tab
&searchType=Basic (2) “greenhouse gases emissions were responsible for the Earth heating
Search Form
currentPosition=7
up in the mid - 1800s,it could point either to a worse future climate than
&docId=GALE%7CA4
61597867&docType=
Article previously predicted if greenhouse isn't controlled, or recovery if efforts
Sort=Relevance
content to reduce emissions are successful”
Segment=&prodId=G
PS&contentSet=GAL (3)” Climate has the potential to damage health, through their full impact
E%7CA461597867&s
earchId=R1&userGro is only now becoming known”.
upName=nysl_me_73
_shb&inPS=true
(4) ”Droughts in southeast Asia, Australia and parts, and heavy rainfall

and flooding in arid areas of South America have been observed during

EL Nino”​.

(5)”The Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets have decreased in

mass………Greenland lost 150 to 250 cubic kilometers (36 to 60

cubic miles) of ice per year between 2002 and 2006”.

(1)​” ​global warming could lead to unprecedented effects on human


http://go.galegroup.co
m/ps/retrieve.do?tabI health resulting from complex ecological mechanisms that affect
D=T002&resultListTy
pe=RESULT_LIST&s freshwater supplies, food resources and the risk of infectious
earchResultsType=Si
ngleTab&searchType diseases”​.
=BasicSearchForm&c
urrentPosition=11&do
(2)l”. A large amount of the current greenhouse gas emissions
cId=GALE%7CA5420
8384&docType=Brief
+article&sort=Releva originates from the burning of fossil fuels and causes considerable
nce&contentSegment
=&prodId=GPS&cont air pollution - both indoors and outdoors”
entSet=GALE%7CA5
4208384&searchId=R (3)”The report admitted that even if everyone stopped burning
2&userGroupName=n
ysl_me_73_shb&inPS fossil fuels tomorrow, much of the climate damage has already
=true
been done, illustrating the grand difficulty of this global problem

(4) ”Ice cores are drawn from Greenland, Antarctica, and tropical

mountain glaciers show that the Earth’s climate responds to

changes in greenhouse gas levels. Ancient evidence can also be


found in tree rings, ocean sediments, coral reefs, and layers of

sedimentary rocks”

(5)”The planet's average surface temperature has risen about 2.0

degrees Fahrenheit (1.1 degrees Celsius) since the late 19th

century, a change driven largely by increased carbon dioxide and

other human-made emissions into the atmosphere”.

(6) ”Satellite observations reveal that the amount of spring snow

cover in the Northern Hemisphere has decreased over the past

five decades and that the snow is melting earlier”.

http://go.galegroup.co (1)”The burning of fossil fuels includes heart disease and


m/ps/retrieve.do?tabI
D=T003&resultListTy respiratory illness. Researchers calculate that up to 8 million
pe=RESULT_LIST&s
earchResultsType=Si deaths related to atmospheric particulate matter could be saved in
ngleTab&searchType
=BasicSearchForm&c the first 20 years
urrentPosition=6&doc
Id=GALE%7CA34429
(2)”The 194-party conference agreed to start negotiations on
0605&docType=Articl
e&sort=Relevance&c
ontentSegment=&pro ……to control greenhouse gases. It would take effect by 2020 at
dId=GPS&contentSet
=GALE%7CA344290 the latest…..billions of dollars a year to poor countries to help
605&searchId=R3&us
erGroupName=nysl_ them move toward low-carbon economic growth”.
me_73_shb&inPS=tru
e&authCount=1&u=n
ysl_me_73_shb
(3)”The upper limit is 1 trillion tons. About half of that has been
https://climate.nasa.g
ov/evidence/ emitted already since the 1950s, and if we continue as business

as usual, we'll reach that upper limit by 2040, according to The

New York Times”

(4)”​Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, the acidity of

surface ocean waters has increased by about 30 percent”.