Help!The table below shows carbon dioxide emiss...

asked Jan 6 in Biology by 0xjackiex0
Help! The table below shows carbon dioxide emissions and world population data for several years between 1800 and 2004.

World Population Carbon Dioxide Emissions
Year (billions) (metric tons carbon per year)
1800 1 100
1850 1.3 175
1900 1.7 500
1950 2.5 1800
2004 6 8000

If continued increases in world population lead to even more carbon dioxide emissions in the future, how will this most likely impact Earth's systems?
a.Ocean water salinity will decrease.
b.Air pollution will decrease.
c.Petroleum availability will increase.
d.Global climate change will increase.

Can someone explain this to me. :)

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2 Answers

answered Jan 6 by anonymous
I think the answer is D because more carbon dioxide will contaminate the environment causing it to change
answered Jan 6 by anonymous
Its most likely to be D its the best answer cause more carbon dioxide would contaminate the enviroment and it would make it change :D

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