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Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
Green House Effect[1]
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Green House Effect[1]

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  • 1. What is the Greenhouse Effect?
  • 2.  
  • 3. Greenhouse Gases
    • Carbon dioxide
    • Methane
  • 4.  
  • 5. How Does it Work??
  • 6.
    • Greenhouse gases act as insulators of heat, some heat is absorbed, while some is reflected back to space
    • Over the years there has been an increase in Greenhouse gases especially carbon
    • The blanket of insulating gases thickens, and more and more heat in trapped within the atmosphere.
  • 7. Its here…
  • 8. Correleation
  • 9. Other Correlations
  • 10. What Now?
    • The Greenhouse effect has happened for along time, naturally.
    • It is only until the immense increase in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions that made it an excessive process.
  • 11. Effects
    • Increased Sea Level
    • Coastal Cities Effected
  • 12.
    • Global Warming

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