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Published: Tuesday 27 August, 2013

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Unchecked, greenhouse gases will raise the Earths temperature as much as 10 degrees by the end of the century, according to new American research.

In the polar regions the changes are of the order of eight to more than 10 degrees in the winter time of the year, said Warren Washington, a senior researcher at the US National Centre for Atmospheric Research, who used several computers to come up with a model.

The greatest warming takes place in the northern hemisphere and is strongly influenced by the retreat of snow and ice in high latitudes, Dr Washington told the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

He reached his prediction by projecting the present rate that greenhouse gas emissions are rising to the end of the century.

He said his predicted rise would longchamp bags le pliage large tote be warm enough to melt the polar icecaps. The subsequent rise in the ocean levels would in turn threaten the worlds coastal regions.

A senior research scientist at CSIROs atmospheric research div longchamp bags le pliage large tote ision, Kevin Hennesey, said the estimates fell within the range of temperature rises predicted by CSIRO and the UNs climate panel.

He said that the planet generally would only warm between 1.4 and 5.8 degrees by 2100. But the polar regions were expected to warm by more than this with other parts of the world warming by less. longchamp bags le pliage large tote