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  • 1. Greenhouse EffectClimate ChangeGlobal Warming
    By: Charles Trommer and Marissa Cubbage
  • 2. What do they mean?
    Greenhouse affect- when greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide, etc.)trap heat and energy from the sun in the troposphere
    Climate change- when overall state of a region, like the amount of annual precipitation, temperature range, etc, changes dramatically
    Global Warming- When the average temperature of the whole Earth rises
  • 3. How are the three terms related?
    The greenhouse gases that keep heat and energy in the atmosphere lead to …
    Global warming- or the rising of the global temperature. This leads to….
    Climate changes in areas around the globe!
  • 4. Main Causes of Global Warming
    The emitted gases like carbon dioxide makes an ozone in the troposphere that blocks energy and heat from escaping the atmosphere.
    The carbon dioxide emitted form decomposing animals and plants
  • 5. Consequences of Global Warming
    Glaciers are melting, causing sea levels to rise and constricting the homes of polar bears and penguins
    Climate can change in unexpected ways; tropical storms, droughts, and cloud cover.
    Temperature is rising faster than animals and plants can adapt.
    Without the normal cold spells, fungi and diseases can spread more easily and effect the crops
  • 6. Global Warming’s impact on Economy
    As the concept of Global warming spreads around the world, government officials are making laws about company emissions. Many times, it is slightly more expensive to make a company more, “green”.
    Also, many states have a law that every car must pass an emission’s test, or the owner must pay a fee. This fee can vary from 50-200 dollars.
    Cars, plastic bottles, and other packaging materials are becoming more “green”, and thus the price of these everyday objects increases and effects the economy.
  • 7. How can we fight Global Warming?
  • 8. What the Skeptics Say
    Our on-land calculations of the atmosphere supply feeble evidence
    the planet has gone trough periods of warming and cooling before, and we’re still here!
    what can a couple degrees do to this humongous earth!
  • 9. Our Opinion
    We believe that the earth is really getting warmer, and it is partially humans fault. We believe this because…
    • From space the receding polar caps are very obvious
    • 10. This issue started appearing when humans started emitting a lot of greenhouse gases
    - For decades researchers have been working on this controversial subject, and their opinions are based on facts, while the skeptics have petty reasons that really have no solid foundation
  • 11. This program was made possible by…
    http://www.aproundtable.org/tps30info/globalwarmup.html
    http://www.acoolerclimate.com/global-warmings-effects-on-climate-agriculture-and-human-health/
    http:/environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/global-warming/gw-overview//

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