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Global warming climate changes have led to large warming trend in the region around the Antarctic Peninsula the spit of land the stretches from the Antarctic mainland towards the southern tip of South America.
In this region, comprising about 2% of the entirety of Antarctica, significant changes associated with rising temperatures are being observedâ€”floating ice shelves are breaking up, glaciers are shrinking, seal species are moving in, grasses, tiny shrubs and mosses are thriving.
America has many hotspots for global warming than for some other regions of the world, although impact studies have been emerging in larger numbers in recent years from previously under-studied regions. This higher density of early warning signs in the US and Canada is due in part to the fact that these regions have more readily accessible climatic data and more comprehensive programs to monitor and study environmental change.
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