Kanjur wangdiBS-MS (chemistry)
The gases that act as a shield that traps heatin the earth’s atmosphere, resulting ingreenhouse effect are called the gre...
i.     Water vapourii.    Carbon dioxideiii.   Methaneiv.    Nitrous oxidev.     ozone
burning of fossilfuels and deforestation leading to highercarbon dioxide concentrations in the air.use of chlorofluoroca...
The climatechange….
The meteorological conditions, includingtemperature, precipitation, and wind, thatcharacteristically prevail in a particu...
Climate change happens whencertain elements in theatmosphere allow sunlight to passfreely, yet trap the light that isrefle...
Rising concentrations of greenhouse gasesgenerally produce an increase in the averagetemperature of the Earth. Rising temp...
A. Delay childbearing or have fewer   childrenB. Eat locally.C. Buy energy-efficient appliances with   the "Energy Star" l...
Thank you…
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Greenhouse gases and the global climate change

  1. 1. Kanjur wangdiBS-MS (chemistry)
  2. 2. The gases that act as a shield that traps heatin the earth’s atmosphere, resulting ingreenhouse effect are called the greenhousegases.The gases in an atmospherethat absorbs and emits radiation withinthe thermal infrared range.
  3. 3. i. Water vapourii. Carbon dioxideiii. Methaneiv. Nitrous oxidev. ozone
  4. 4. burning of fossilfuels and deforestation leading to highercarbon dioxide concentrations in the air.use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)in refrigeration systemagricultural activities, including the use offertilizers, that lead to higher nitrous oxide(N2O) concentrations.
  5. 5. The climatechange….
  6. 6. The meteorological conditions, includingtemperature, precipitation, and wind, thatcharacteristically prevail in a particular region.defined as the weather averaged over a longperiod.
  7. 7. Climate change happens whencertain elements in theatmosphere allow sunlight to passfreely, yet trap the light that isreflected back. Light enters theearth freely, but instead of leavingthe atmosphere after reflecting offthe ground, it gets trapped andthe earth just keeps on gettingwarmer and warmer.
  8. 8. Rising concentrations of greenhouse gasesgenerally produce an increase in the averagetemperature of the Earth. Rising temperaturesmay, in turn, produce changes in weather, sealevels, and land use patterns, commonly referredto as “climate change.”
  9. 9. A. Delay childbearing or have fewer childrenB. Eat locally.C. Buy energy-efficient appliances with the "Energy Star" label.D. Buy durable goods.E. Reduce the usage of refrigerants and air-conditioners.F. Avoid using plastic bags from grocery stores.
  10. 10. Thank you…

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