Cambio climatico

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Cambio climatico

  1. 1. CLIMATE CHANGE
  2. 2. CLIMATE CHANGE? • It is known as the change of the climate as reference to the historical climate in a global or regional scale. • These changes are due to different weather scales as well as the meteorological parameters: temperature, atmospheric pressure, rainfalls, haziness, etc.
  3. 3. Climate change has two phenomenon named: • GREENHOUSE EFFECT AND • GLOBAL WARMING
  4. 4. GLOBAL WARMING? • Global Warming is a name used to refer to the phenomena of the increase of the medium global temperature of the oceans and the earthly atmosphere.
  5. 5. GREENHOUSE EFFECT? • Greenhouse effect is the phenomena because of some gases, that are the components of the earthly atmosphere, have some of its energy that the planetary surface send out for having been warmed by the solar radiation. • It affects to every planetary rocks with atmosphere. • this phenomena avoids that the received energy comes back inmediately to the space, producing a similar effect to the view in a greenhouse. • In the Solar System the planets that have greenhouse are Venus, Earth and Mars.
  6. 6. GREENHOUSE EFFECT
  7. 7. RESULTS • The results of the climate change are: • 1. Increase of the earthly temperature. • 2. Changes on the snow source, ice and frozen ground. • 5. Endangered species of different kinds of flora and fauna. • 4. Increase of the frequency and intensity of the extreme meterological phenomena. • 6. Effects over agriculture and forest • 7. Impacts over the human health.
  8. 8. THE END • THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN DEVELOPED BY ALEJANDRO, ALÍN AND MIQUEL OF SIXTH GRADE. • WE HOPE YOU LIKE IT.

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