Answer ts more the other way round really. the temp affects sea level
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The sea level doesn't really affect the climate, it's the reverse of your question. The climate is able to affect sea level because if the climate were hot, then there would b…e more evaporation, which means less water. Also, in hot climate ice can/will melt causing higher sea levels and more erosion on minerals and dirt. If the climate were freezing/cold, water could freeze, less overall flooding would occur, etc. However "climate" is the overall temperature and weather/patterns throughout the duration of 1+ year(s).
Warm water expands, so there will be some sea level rise from this. Floating ice at the North Pole will melt, but will have little effect on sea levels, as the ic…e is already in the water. The ice is all fresh water, but frozen, and fresh water is less dense than salt water, so there will be a very slight rise. All ice caps on land, including glaciers, Greenland and Antarctica will raise sea levels, as the water moves from land into the sea.
It will affect them by distance. If the sea level decreased, the distance will be short and if the sea level increased then the distance will be long! As well, if the sea rise…s, then people flee inland, moving much further away from the sea. Many people never returned to the coast.
Depends on how you look at it. Ex: Global Warming, polar bears die, what they eat will multiply in thousands. Too cold, plants die, little animals and herbivore die, then carn…ivores die. You got the rhythm Fus Ro Dah
The change in sea levels will prevent many organisms from migrating. Marine organisms will be the most likely to adapt.
Rises in sea level will flood coastal cities and croplands, causing distress to many organisms, especially humans.
Melting Polar Ice Caps add water to the Oceans, raising the Sea Level and flooding coastal towns and cities.
Air pressure reduces, as height is gained above sea-level, because there is less air at high altitudes.
Coastlines moved somewhat towards the centre of the continentor island. . Previous coastlines became wetter and their habitats changed tosupport sea creatures rather than lan…d animals. . They also became more underwater. . Crops that grew previously found the conditions too salty tosurvive.
Warming (and thus expanding) water from the warming atmosphere, as well as water melting from glaciers and ice caps is causing the eustatic (world-wide) sea level change that …is threatening the shorelines.
All of the work your body does is done at the cellular level. Oxygen may be taken into the lungs, but it is the cells that allow it to pass through into the capillaries and th…en into the red blood cells. Food may be chewed in the mouth and swallowed into the stomach, but it is the secretions of the cell that allow it to be digested. It is the structure of the cells that allow digested food to be absorbed, passed into the blood and transported to other cells. The cells of our glands produce and secrete the hormones.