Africa should have the single highest bonus because its to both sides of the uninhabitable zone, which makes it harder to take and harder to hold
katvira wrote:What are the potential feedback implications of global warming with respect to these methane sources? Methane is a potent greenhouse gas (GHG) thought to be abundant in the deep ocean and in permafrost. Compare the global warming potential of methane to other GHG’s. What are the potential feedback implications of global warming with respect to these methane sources?
Hmm odd first post..
Hmm, he's right though. But beyond the point at which there's no ice left (which seems to be the setting of this map) I doubt further global warming would effect the shape of the land. It might widen the uninhabitable zone, but on the other hand the widening of the zone which would be uninhabitable for present-day humans might be neutralised by people becoming more resistant to heat and UV and developing crops and livestock the same. A significantly higher methane content in the atmosphere would almost certainly effect life expectancy though...