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Laboratorio De Ingles

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  2. 2. It is the average weather usually taken over a 30 year time period for a particular region and time period. Climate is not thesame as weather, but rather, it is theaverage pattern ofweather for aparticular region.Weather describesthe short term stateof the atmosphere
  3. 3. Global warming refers to an average increase in the earth’s temperature, which in turn causes changes in climate. A warmer earth leads to changes in rainfall patterns, a rise in sea level, and a wide range of impacts on plants, wildlife and humans
  4. 4. YES! The earth has warmed about 1°f over the past 100 years. But why? Well, scientists are not excatly sure. The earth could be getting warmer on its own, but many of the world’s leading climate scientists think that things people do are helping to make the earth warmer
  5. 5. YES! There are a several little things you can do to make a difference. Try car pooling. This will help reduce the amount of fossil fuels going into the atmosphere.
  6. 6. The ozone layer forms a thin shield high up in the sky. It protects life on earth from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. In the 1980s, sciencists began finding clues that the ozone layer was going away or being depleted
  7. 7. Acid rain is rain, snow or fog that is polluted by acid in the atmosphere and damages the enviroment. Two common air pollutants acidify rain: sulphur dioxid and nitrogen oxide.
  8. 8. Climate is sometimes refered to as “average” weather for a given area.The national weather service uses values such as temperature highs and lows and precipitation measures for the past thirty years to compile “average” weather to be an inadequate definition. To more accurately portray the climatic character of an area, variations, patterns and extremes must also be included. Thus, climate is the sum for all statistical weather information that helps describe a place or region
  9. 9. • Natalia Esposito • Milena Cavalieri • Mercedes Diaz Silveira • Camila Ferro • Sofia Hajek • Angelica Garcia Escudero • Agustina Graziano • Constanza Gabani • Lucia Peverati • Florencia Turkovich • Laura Forte • Lucas Di Ciani • Braulio Ceballos • David Arlia Care about the earth
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