Impact of Melting Glaciers on Water Systems
Glaciers and polar ice caps hold more than three - quarters of the Earth’s freshwater. Due to an overall increase in the global temperature, most glaciers in the world today are melting. This is, in turn, affecting the water systems, leading to widespread floods, followed by long - term freshwater shortage. The melting of glaciers also affects the ocean water, causing problems to the marine organisms.
Production Year: 2019
Duration: 4 min
Series: Water Systems
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