Climate ChangeGreenhouse Gas
What is greenhouse gas?Greenhouse is the gas in the atmospherethat absorbs and emits radiation withinthe thermal infrared ...
What are the greenhouse gases?             - Water vapor             -Carbon dioxide             -Methane             -Nit...
What are the greenhouse effects?Greenhouse effect is a process by which thermal radiationfrom a planetary surface is absor...
There are two kinds ofgreenhouse effects.Natural greenhouse effect that keeps the Earth’sclimate warm and habitable.Man-ma...
Humans have been adding greenhouse gasesin excessive amount to the atmosphere eversince the Industrial Revolution, which i...
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Climate change greenhouse gas.

  1. 1. Climate ChangeGreenhouse Gas
  2. 2. What is greenhouse gas?Greenhouse is the gas in the atmospherethat absorbs and emits radiation withinthe thermal infrared range.
  3. 3. What are the greenhouse gases? - Water vapor -Carbon dioxide -Methane -Nitrous oxide -Ozone
  4. 4. What are the greenhouse effects?Greenhouse effect is a process by which thermal radiationfrom a planetary surface is absorbed by atmospheregreenhouse gases and is re-radiated in all directions.
  5. 5. There are two kinds ofgreenhouse effects.Natural greenhouse effect that keeps the Earth’sclimate warm and habitable.Man-made greenhouse effect is theenhancement of Earth’s natural greenhouseeffect by the addition of greenhouse gases fromthe burning of fossil fuel.
  6. 6. Humans have been adding greenhouse gasesin excessive amount to the atmosphere eversince the Industrial Revolution, which isenhancing the greenhouse effect andresulting in what is now known as theglobal warming.
  7. 7. ThanksForreadingmy post =)
  8. 8. REFENCES:www.wikipedia.comwww.weatherquestions.com

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