The atmosphere is madeoh many gases. Itcontains water in threeform:A gas, called vapor, icecr ystals and droplets.OTHER GASES: Argon,neon kypton and xenon,and harmful chemicallike nitrogen dioxide.The atmosphere pushesdown on Ear th with aforce called air pressureor atmospheric pressure.
THERE ARE FIVE LAYERS IN THEATMOSPHERE. THE TROPOSPHERE IS WHERE WEATHER OCCURS. MANY AIRPLANES FLY IN THE STRATOSPHERE BECAUSE IT IS VERY STABLE. MANY ROCKS FRAGMENT FROM SPACE BURN UP IN THE MESOSPHERE. THE THERMOSPHERE IS VERY THIN. 5. THE UPPER LIMIT OF OUR ATNOSPHERE IS THE EXOSPHERE.
Whather is the state of *1.Air temperature and atmosfhere at a given time pressure and place. Most weathern takes places in the *2.The amount and type of troposphere. precipitation *3.The strength and directionof wind *4.The types of clouds.
The aurora is formed The ozone is a gas a when particles from the layer in the Sun enter the Earth’s stratosphere. atmosphere. This layer absorbs high- energy UV (ultraviolet light) rays from the sun, protecring us from them.
The greenhouse effect is the trapping of heat around Earth. A tiny number of gases in the atmosphere can trap heat around the Earth. This gases keep the Earth warm.
The traced gases 1% regulate the climate. These are the gases: Water vapour.
Most governments are worried about rising greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere, and defect they may have. In 1997, representatives from 160 countris met in kyoto, Japan to create the kyoto protocol.
1. The Sun’s energy is turned into power by the solar panels. 2.Natural heat from beneath Earth’s surface is the geothermal energy. 3. Hydroelectric power stations, flowing water from a dam, generate power. 4. Wind farms and wave power use the motion oh the sea or air to move the huge turbines.
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