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describe global warming

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    You will have to careful with the definition. A generally accepted definition is along the lines of "Global warming is the increase in the average temperature (or Global Mean Surface Temperature, GMST) of the Earth's near-surface air and oceans since the mid-20th century" The time frame is typically 1905-date.
    In your answer you might want to distinguish between Global Warming and Climate Change.

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