Medicine & TechnologyImages and a map developed by Climate Central revealed the catastrophic future of landmarks and coastlines across the planet if the global temperature increases by 3 degrees Celsius.
The researchers observed something that should be impossible, a massive bloom of phytoplankton growing under Arctic sea ice in conditions that should have been far too dark for anything requiring photosynthesis to survive. So, how was this blooms possible
Climate change is the one to blame for most detrimental shifts happening these days in the environment. However, there were also changes brought alone by time which included the sea-level change in the coasts in Southeast Asia which dates back to almost 6,000 years ago.