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There has been an earth for a little more a billion years as for the end of it - Albert Einstein
Kilimanjaro Africa This is the Kilimanjaro in Africa. In the past, the hilltop was always covered with snow.
Kilimanjaro Africa But now the snow is almost be gone.
19702000 Kilimanjaro Africa Here have two pictures can show me the status of snow vanish obviously … In the left side, we have the kilimajro in 1970, and the right is it in 2000 … It be calculated that the kilimajro will never have snows before 2015.
Upsala Glacier South America Andes in Argentina 1928 2004 Transfer the scene to South America. It s same as above. This is the Unsala Glacier in Argentina. The glacier use to be so extensive in 1928, then it had became a huge lake in 2004.
Qori Kalis Glacier South America Andes in Peru 1978 The Andes, South America. This is the Qori Kalis Glacier – the largest ice outlet from the Quelccaya icecap in Peru s southeast corner. This is the picture in 1978.
Qori Kalis Glacier South America Andes in Peru 2000 This is the picture in 2000. The glacier is vanishing in alarming speed. Every year diminish 155 meter averagely from 1998 to 2001, it is estimated to be melt away in 2020.
In recent years, the harm of natural calamities is more critical then before …
Heat Wave Europe Time: 2003 summer Fatalities 35,000 total The summer in 2003, heat weave attack Europe and cause over 35,000 people died. The color in this picture indicate the Change of temperature in Europe from the average. The most deep red part is 10 higher then the same period before.
Hurricane Katrina North America Formed: August 23, 2005 Dissipated: August 31, 2005 Highest winds: 175 mph (280 km/h) Damage: $81.2 billion Fatalities 1,836 total
Besides storm, flood also harm the world violently.
Maharashtra floods Asia - India Time: July, 2005 Fatalities 1,000 total Rainfall: 944mm(37.2in) within 24hrs on 26 July
Drought Africa - Kenya Somewhere have too much water, and the other place just be the antipole.
Lake Chad Africa - Chad It was one of the largest lakes in the world when first surveyed by Europeans in 1823 The surface area of the lake has decreased from 9,650 square miles (25,000 km 2 ) in 1963 to 521 (1,350 km 2 ) today
Polar Bear Arctic Scientists first time find the drowned polar bear. Polar bear is very good at swimming. In the Arctic Ocean, the area covered by sea ice declined by about 6 percent from 1978 to 1995. By this speed, all the ice in the Arctic Ocean will be melted at 2040.
Ice Shelf Antarctica During 2002-01- 31–2002-03-07 the Larsen B ice shelf collapsed and broke up. 3250km² of ice 200m thick broke off. The shelf had previously been stable for 10,000 years.
2000 Year Temperature Comparison Global Temperature Comparison This change curve of temperature is reconstructed from many past research record. Appreciably, we are facing the unusual high temperature …and the curve even still trending up.
Global Temperature Comparison The high temperature is not only occur in the surface of earth. In the ocean, the temperature also climbing in a unusual trend.
Hurricane The sea water with high temperature offers abundant energy to storm, and consequently bring more powerful and ghastly storm. When it crossed southern Florida, Hurricane Katrina just a moderate category 1 hurricane Then, she came to the Gulf of Mexico before left for New Orleans The sea water with high temperature provide powerful energy for her More higher temperature cause more higher winds and more higher moisture Finally, she caused the devastating damage as we know when she arrived in New Orleans The case is not only happen to hurricane but also to typhoon and even tornado
Floods The other effect come from global warming is the increase of precipitation The abundant moisture is vaporized from ocean then fall in the rain form Too much … and rushing downpour causes flood.
Evaporation not only occur in ocean but also in land Then cause drought
Drought Where the ship in had been a landlocked endorheic sea in Central Asia Aral Sea, it was the worlds 4th - largest lake in 1960
The speeding melt iceberg Why the polar iceberg such huge and thickness but melts so fast? Under the downpour from sunlight, ice can reflex about 90% sunlight then keep cool Conversely, water – no matter sea water or fresh water – will absorb about 90% sunlight, thus cause the temperature rise In this figure, where the deep blue is sea water, and the light blue one is the fresh water from melting iceberg Waters temperature rise cause ice melts, then the melted water absorb more heat Consequently the melting speed will be faster and faster Why the polar iceberg such huge and thickness but melts so fast? Under the downpour from sunlight, ice can reflex about 90% sunlight then keep cool Conversely, water – no matter sea water or fresh water – will absorb about 90% sunlight, thus cause the temperature rise In this figure, where the deep blue is sea water, and the light blue one is the fresh water from melting iceberg Waters temperature rise cause ice melts, then the melted water absorb more heat Consequently the melting speed will be faster and faster
Broken ice shelf This is a model of ice sheet The melted water in the surface of ice sheet cause Moulin, which carry the melted water from the face to bottom of ice sheet. the water from moulins may help lubricate the base of the glacier and consequently affecting glacier broken, thats why the Larsen B ice-shelf collapsed and broken up widely in 35 days.
This is the scene in Greenland Water mixing with ice and cause a rushing river.
Disappearing Greenland The Greenland is disappearing rapidly. If Greenland is melted fully, the global sea level will rise to about 20 ft. That will be a big disaster.
Rising Sea Level 1985 1986 1995 The Shoreline of Chatham, Mass. From 1985, 1986 … then … 1995 The area of land has diminished appreciably.
Rising Sea Level This is the Curve of rising sea level. It shows a significant climbing trend.
Ocean Current Ocean current plays a very important role in determining the climates of the continents. Its the key mechanism to keep global thermal balance. The red one here is the warmer current, and the blue one is cold current.
Ocean Current When the warm current meet the freezing air in the Arctic, new sea ice forms and releases salt, then the waters become denser because of salt and sink to form artic halocline.
Ocean Current Melting sea ice brings more fresh water into ocean. Fresh water dilute denser salty sea water then interrupt ocean current. Someday, too fresh water into ocean…for example, the Greenland melts, that will probably to discontinue the ocean circulating system. When the global thermal exchange mechanism is shutdown, then…
Ocean Current A new glacier epoch will be coming soon…
Carbon Dioxide Variations The industrial revolution occurred roughly between 1760 and 1830 Carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) levels in the atmosphere have risen by 31% since pre- industrial times from 280ppmv (parts per million by volume) to over 370ppmv today. the variations in concentration of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) in the atmosphere during the last 400 thousand years
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Desizing (KL/10 4 y) Dyeing (KL/10 4 y) Total (KL/10 4 y) CO2 * (Ton/10 4 y) Regular 0.2641.0931.3574.044 Ecoya ® 0.2640 0.787 Conserve 01.093 3.257** Comparison sheet (Energy) * 1KL Heavy Oil cause 2.98 Ton CO 2 Ecoya ® ** If all polyester textiles globally is replaced by Ecoya ®, it will be conserve approximately 32,154,406.8Ton (2005 data) (80.54%)
Desizing (KL/10 4 y) Dyeing… (KL/10 4 y) Total (KL/10 4 y) Regular 30213243 Ecoya ® 300 Conserve 0213 Comparison sheet (Water) Ecoya ® (87.65%) ** If all polyester textiles globally is replaced by Ecoya ®, it will be conserve approximately 2,102,821,200KL (2005 data)
Dyestuff (Kg/10 4 y) Agent (Kg /10 4 y) Total (Kg /10 4 y) Regular 100600700 Ecoya ® 0120 Conserve 100480580 Comparison sheet (Chemical) Ecoya ® (82.86%) ** If all polyester textiles globally is replaced by Ecoya ®, it will be conserve approximately 5,725,992Tone (2005 data)
Desizing (Kg.COD/10 4 y) Dyeing (Kg.COD/10 4 y) Total (Kg.COD/10 4 y) Regular 0.2850.4540.739 Ecoya ® 0.1780 Conserve 0.1070.4540.561 Comparison sheet (COD) Ecoya ® (76.02%) ** If all polyester textiles globally is replaced by Ecoya ®, it will be approximately 5,538,416.4Kg (2005 data)
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