Climate change in Nigeria

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Climate change in Nigeria can be explained as an increase or decrease in temperature, and rainfall in coastal areas (places exposed to erosion) and continental areas. It, therefore, causes a rise in water level i.e. sea level, floods, erosions, etc. all of these will contribute negatively to the day-to-day activities of humans. [1] [2]

Reference[change | change source]

  1. "IJREH | Review of Climate Change and Its effect on Nigeria Ecosystem".
  2. "Climate Change in Nigeria: Impacts and Responses".