Easy Climate Crossword
Answers will come from this set of words: rocks, humans, easy, level, coral, sun, global, ElNino, flooding, Little, polar, rising, warmer
See this link for more information about climate and to find these answers, please use these links:
Effects of Climate Change
, Climate Changes with Latitude
, What Controls Climate?
, What is Climate?
, Little Ice Age
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