The effect of global warming on the world continues to increase. The Cryosphere, a European-based science magazine, published a report on the impact of global warming on Earth since 1990. The journal pointed out that 28 trillion metric tons of glaciers have melted since 1990 in a scientific study on the melting of glaciers.
The report prepared by glacier Thomas Slater from the University of Leeds, England, pointed out that 22 percent of the total mountain glaciers have melted and the global atmospheric temperature has increased by 1.1 degrees, two times more than 30 years ago, due to increased industry.
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Slater said, “It was a great surprise to see such an increase in just 30 years.” Slater stated that the melting rate of glaciers has increased by 57 percent since 1990 as a result of the measurements, and explained that the global water level increased by 3.5 centimeters with the melting of the black glaciers and mountainous glaciers in Antarctica and Greenland.
Stating that the result is clear for those who use mountain glaciers to reach drinking water or rely on sea ice in winter to protect their homes from storms, Slater said that the melting of glaciers in the world has started to attract the attention of countries other than frozen regions. It was stated that the world lost 0.8 trillion tons of ice in 1990, but this number has increased to 1.2 trillion tons in recent years.