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Positive feedback interactions in Earth’s systems are always a result of human action. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

Kevin Sutter

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Victoria Fowler on September 8, 2018

The correct answer is:FalseExplanation:Some of the Positive feedback interactions in earth's systems are the result of human activities, such as the increase of the temperature due to the increase of the concentration of carbon dioxide resulting from global warming is the positive feedback the result of human activities, but not all interactions are due to human activities, as it has been found that the tufts or plums of bubbles of methane gas from the ocean on the surface, such as Methane hydrates, melts and releases the methane. The methane increases the heating, which means that more methane is released. Now, this is also an example of positive feedback, but this does not imply any kind of human interaction or human activity in the same.

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