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As temperature rises, the atmosphere is able to hold more water as vapor. Could this act as a buffer system to absorb some of the impact?
As I understand it, the ice caps have melted many times in the earth's history (non present during most of the mesazoic era).
If they completely melted, how much devestation could we expect to see?
do fossil fuels power volcanoes?