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322outline - Other than solely manmade, human actions just...

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Other than solely man-made, human actions just accelerated the gradual process of  natural global warming. We should take the natural factors in concern before blaming on  humans. Can be explained by two major factors: 1. Internal Process - Direct effect of oceans on climate o Which is driven by interactions between surface winds, ocean  currents and physical shapes o Operated on a time scale, such as El nino describes periodic  warming and cooling;  o Many natural processes can alter these circulation patterns,  changing the climate regionally or even over the whole world o Such as the extraordinary warm year, 1998, can be explained by  the El Nino Effect - Effect of oceans on greenhouse gases o Oceans also play an important role in determining the atmospheric  concentration of CO2.  o Change in ocean circulation, increase the amount of Co2 in the  atmosphere through the process of circulation, chemistry and 
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