Geography - Global Phenomena - Natural Processes which Generate Global
Phenomena - Natural processes which generate global phenomena
Natural processes which generate global phenomena
Population growth impacts on all aspects of global phenomena
Global phenomena may be predominantly created by natural or human
processes. Trying to classify phenomena as being primarily natural or human
is often quite difficult.
This is the list of natural global phenomena from the previous section.
There are many phenomena contained within this list which can, have or are
also changed by human processes.
* Climate change
* Temperature exchange by ocean currents
* Desertification 
* Tidal cycles
* Precipitation 
* Plate tectonics
* El Nino 
* Global warming
* Tectonic activity,  volcanoes, earthquakes
* Population growth
* Greenhouse effect
* Rising sea levels
* Atmospheric cycling
Select several of the natural phenomena listed above and find out how
human activity can either speed up or slow down the natural processes which
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