The acceleration of the heat in the Polar Regions has their powerful influence on global warming and the overall heat balance on a global basis. Furthermore, the warming of the climate is directly connected to the overall heat characters of seasons and the periodical difference between them. Such circumstance of course is and going to have its consequences on the globe and the environment on a crucial level. This brief essay primarily aims to explore and discuss the warming procedure that the Arctic is going through, regarding its implication on the global balance of the climate.
The Polar Regions are well-known for their role in controlling the Earth’s balance of heat . The whole world’s heating and cooling balance depends on the temperature of the pole regions. During one's research, we have noticed that such dependence is crucial for life in Earth and the environment, since any change in temperature is quite capable of affecting the overall weather movements on Earth, which is also capable of affecting the life of each singular living entity. The main reason for such dependence could primarily be explained with the atmospheric cover layer over the poles. This layer is capable of conserving the heat in the poles at the optimum level and thus, controlling the shifts in the overall temperature on Earth. Therefore, any harm given to this layer can result with substantial changes, firstly on the Polar Regions, than the climate and seasons on Earth. In other words,
“The Polar Regions control the earth’s heat balance and if the cover begins to melt and shrink, it will reflect less sunlight, and the Arctic will become a poorer repository, eventually warming the climate of the entire planet.”1
The quotation above also refers to the dangers in the cover to melt and shrink. In this situation is closely related with the release of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, since carbon dioxide is a type of gas which can produce heat and; therefore, the massive release of such a gas produces massive release of heat. Of course, warming firstly affects the cover, than the Polar Regions and evidently, the whole world. This event directly refers to the greenhouse effect, a phenomenon which enhances not only the warming of the globe, but also in the Arctic .
It is thought everything in the environment is connected to each other, from water to wind; earth to air, and to living forms, a slight change in the climate affects all these elements of our environment. It is possible to state that 20th and 21st centuries are the ones which include the highest accelerations in climate warming; the rapid melting of the Arctic glaciers in Alaska in the last five decades, can be shown as an example here . There is a positive correlation between melting of the glaciers in Alaska and the increasing carbon dioxide release. As the carbon dioxide release increases, warming also will increase. Furthermore, warming of the...