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+ High concentrations of Carbon Dioxide in the Earth's Atmosphere in 1901 | 1137x1078 | PNG
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As a result of industrialization, there has been an continuous increase of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere.
Climate changes, such as global warming and rising sea-levels, may be a result of this increase. Because increased
carbon dioxide directly affects plant photosynthesis, an increase in plant growth may occur, therefore affecting ecosystems.