Ensuring That Runaway Climate Change Does Not Happen or How To Deal With It
Increasing ambient temperature on Earth is expected to trigger the release of methane from the methane hydrate and chlarate deposits below seafloor (chlarate hypothesis), which in turn could amplify the greenhouse effect.
Moreover, as it was pointed out in newly published study, impact of global warming will be quicker and more catastrophic than generally envisioned -- even 2 degrees Celsius of global warming above pre-industrial levels would be far too much, as it would result in ice melt, sea level rise and superstorms.
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