Inductive Essay Global Warming

Fourth Claim Paragraph

 

 

Research by [name of expert or research group] established another fact proving the [reality/unreality] of global warming: [Insert direct quote from research that supports your thesis.]

 

 

  • Measurable changes in the sea level, air temperature and atmospheric gas levels confirm a warming trend.
  • A warming trend in our climate is causing the melting of earth's glaciers and ice caps which will cause the sea levels to rise and pose an imminent threat to coastal regions.
  • The health of the ocean is failing due to increased temperature, causing mass deaths of fish and the overgrowth of dangerous algae. 
  • Models used by scientists to predict climate change generally show an overall warming trend. 

 

  • Scientific research does not prove that a current warming trend suggests imminent danger.
  • There is not a large enough body of research to support the theories. 
  • There is not enough historical data available. 
  • The models used by scientists to predict climate change are unreliable and many have been proven wrong. 

 

EasyBib Guide to Global Warming Research

 

NASA Home Page for Climate Change

 

U.S. Global Change Research Program Home Page

 

First Claim Paragraph

 

 

 

The debates about global warming in our society revolve around a variety of [choose one or more: scientific/academic/political] perspectives. It is reported that  

 

 

  • Global warming is most evident in a measurable rise of sea levels in the past century. 
  • Humans have contributed to global warming through the development of industry and the release of pollutants into the earth's air and oceans. 
  • An imminent threat is posed by global warming due to its potential impact on human infrastructure and lives, namely through the projected rise in sea levels over time. 
  • Other measurable elements of climate change that support the global warming model include a recorded rise in ocean temperatures, air temperatures and the acid balance of the oceans. 

 

 

EasyBib Guide to Global Warming Research

 

NASA Home Page for Climate Change

 

U.S. Global Change Research Program Home Page

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