Ppt on effect of global warming on weather we like it or not

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Tools, Isotherms, Ocean Currents, Enhanced Global Warming, Greenhouse Effect, The Effects of Global Warming, Biomes, Types of Biomes. Weather and Climate Unit on TpT Hundreds of PowerPoint previews, the bundled homework package, unit notes, and much more can be previewed at… Weather and Climate Unit Preview Link Areas of Focus within The Weather and Climate Unit: What is weather?, Climate, Importance of the Atmosphere, Components of the Atmosphere, Layers of the Atmosphere, Air Quality and Pollution, Carbon/


Tony McMichael National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health The Australian National University Global Climate Change: Health Risks – and Preventive.

it is on October/on: Vandentorren S, et al. AJPH 2004;94:1518-20. Daily death rate AverageWarmHotExtremely hot We already have sufficient observations within this ‘normal’ temperature range Daily temperature ? c b a Young adults Old adults Impact of Europe 2003 heat- wave suggests graph c, not/effects of environmental deterioration. –order-of-magnitude increase vs. 2005 Inevitable spectrum of health risks – physical, nutritional, infectious, mental, and conflict situations CO 2 Stabilisation & Global Warming/


Lecture 4 Cenozoic Climate Change We are in the midst of an interglacial time. Still, we know the glaciers will come back. Let’s recall how the Earth’s.

, Columbia Icefield, W. Canada Discussion: Global Warming Worldwide melting, regardless of cause, releases CO 2 and H 2 O and exposes dark land. The atmosphere receives and holds more heat, and temperatures rise. 1. Convection currents in the lithosphere move the continents. 2. Continent positions deflect ocean convection currents and change ocean basin salinity. These change weather => climate 3. We are currently in an interglacial/


Global Warming What Is It?. Global warming is the gradual increase of the temperature of the earth, which in turn causes changes in climate. Earth has.

Greenhouse gas molecules. The effect of this is to warm the earth’s surface and the lower atmosphere. The greenhouse effect is important. Without it, the Earth would not be warm enough for humans to live. But, if it becomes Stronger, it could make The Earth warmer than Usual. Even a little Extra warming may cause Problems for humans, Plants, and animals. WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Global warming may be a big/


1 7. Global Warming, Uncertainty, Irreversibility & LongTerm Policymaking (SPRING 2006) Larry D. Sanders Dept. of Ag Economics Oklahoma State University.

help protect against heart disease –If unchecked, US percapita consumption of seafood likely to rise to 16 pounds by 2020 35 Debate continues on what occurs next: Global warming or Global Cooling? u Continued warming & associated impacts for extended period –Look 200-500 miles south to see what your weather will look like –Perhaps more weather volatility OR u Snap into global cooling –Warming melts glaciers –Fresh water causes current to slow, then stop/


Weather…Climate… Climate Change… Ozone Depletion… …what does it all MEAN?

Effect 1958: Charles Keeling begins measuring CO 2 levels on Mauna Loa Anthropogenic warming Warming of the Earth derived from human activity ...climate change is such an important issue today because we depend on those orgs for vital goods & services we need to survive... If the global climate changes, can these ecosystems change with it/...it has the potential to break down 100,000 molecules of ozone. ...it’s not really so much a hole......it’s more like a bald spot. Rowland & Molina Called it in/


THE ENERGETICS OF MODERN CLIMATE CHANGES S.V.AVAKYAN 1,2 A.AYLWORD 3 1 1 All-Russian SCIENTIFIC CENTER S.I.VAVILOV STATE OPTICAL INSTITUTE, 2 CENTRAL (at.

flares and magnetic storms.  It is here very important for climatic changes, that the MAXIMUM OF SECULAR (quasi 100-yr and quasi 200-yr) CYCLE SOLAR ACTIVITY WAS OBSERVED IN EIGHTIES XX CENTURY  WE SUPPOSED THAT THESE EFFECTS MAY RESULT in SLOWING DOWN of GLOBAL WARMING in the NEAR FUTURE EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCES of THE IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCES ABOVE THE TRANSMISSIONS  We are based on analysis on intensity of the stimulated electronic precipitations which/


CLIMATOLOGY COACH FRICKFALL 2012. WHAT ARE THE GOALS? Understanding and predicting climatic changes are the basic goals of climatology. 1. Climatology.

and work to reduce their environmental impact. Individuals can combat global warming by conserving energy, which in turn reduces the consumption of fossil fuels. Ways to reduce air pollution Section Assessment 1.What would Earth be like without the greenhouse effect? Without the greenhouse effect, life as we know it would not exist on Earth. Our planet would be extremely cold like Mars, where the surface temperature dips to –90ºC/


Chapter 20: The Atmosphere, Climate and Global Warming.

rapid warming unprecedented or at least so rare that many living things will not be able to respond successfully to it? To what extent, have people caused it? To what extent, have people caused it? What are likely to be the effects on people? What are likely to be the effects on people? What are likely to be the effects on all life on Earth? What are likely to be the effects on all life on Earth? How can we make/


Chapter 23: The Atmosphere, Climate and Global Warming.

have serious negative effects on mid-latitude food production. –In addition, lands in the southern part of the Northern Hemisphere may become more arid. soil moisture relationships will change. Potential Effects of Global Warming Human Health Effects –Health status of millions of people could potentially be affected through Increases in malnutrition Increased deaths, diseases, and injury due to extreme weather events Increased burden of diarrhoeal diseases Increased frequency of cardio-respiratory diseases/


The primary sources for this presentation are “The Weather Makers” by Tim Flannery, “Our Choice” by Al Gore and “Storms of My Grand Children” by James.

shift of the Pacific Jet Stream Failure to Adapt to Temperature Change #5 – Weather - Drought Slide 27 Global Warming and what we can do about it Greenland Failure to Adapt to Temperature Change #6 – Sea Level Rise Slide 28 Global Warming and what we can do about it The North Pole Summer Ice in 2007 was 39% less than in 1979 Slide 29 Global Warming and what we can do about it The Albedo Effect/


Climate 4 days of notes Topic: Latitude & Climate Objectives: –I will know what climate is –I will know how latitude affects climate –I will know where.

) What are Seasons? Seasons are short term periods of climate change Seasons are the result of earth’s ____ on it’s axis Answer Bank Elevation Away Volcanic weaken glaciers toward tropical Arid tilt eastward Meteorite Factors that effect Climate Each year, we receive our seasons which give us predictable, fairly constant weather However, our earth was not always like this Geologic records show that in the past, climate/


Global Warming Debate. Q&A: Climate change Accelerating ice-melt may be a sign of global climate change The Earth is getting warmer. Scientists predict.

necessitating immediate and major steps to head off or mitigate. Whether global warming will occur is uncertain. Although temperature data until now could reflect a warming planet, they are also consistent with normal fluctuations in weather. From a scientific viewpoint the evidence for global warming must be not proven." - Thomas Gale Moore, Hoover Institute "Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing — in terms/


Atmosphere and Climate ChangeSection 3 DAY ONE Chapter 13 Atmosphere and Climate Change Section 3: Global Warming.

range and lose diversity. Atmosphere and Climate ChangeSection 3 Effects on Animals Global warming could cause a shift in the geographical range of some animals. For example, Northern birds may not migrate as far south during the winter. Warming of surface waters of the ocean might cause a reduction of zooplankton, tiny shrimp-like animals, that many marine animals depend on for food. Warming tropical waters may kill algae that nourish corals, thus/


Climate Change Luc Ikelle 2011. Motivations Earth is the place where we live – Climate change. It provides food through the farming of its soils. It provides.

climate changes. Insufficient understanding of effects of anthropogenic forcings on extreme weather events. Limited capabilities at regional scales. Human Attribution Recent modeling attempts have tried to isolate the impact of anthropogenic versus natural forcing. Continued greenhouse gase emissions at or above current rates can cause further warming and induce many changes in the global climate system during the 21 st century that would very likely be larger than those observed/


‘Unequivocal’ global warming The 2013 IPCC report Simon Oakes.

/topics/earth/features/2012-temps.html How does warming vary with: (a)latitude? (b)continentality? ‘Unequivocal’ global warming How far will temperatures rise? The latest report states that it is‘likelywe will see a global temperature rise of at least 1.5ºC by 2100, assuming a doubling of GHG. Temperature could rise by as much as 4.8ºC or as little as 0.3ºC according to/


Global Warming Ch. 13 Section 3. Sunlight enters Earth’s atmosphere Earth’s surface radiates heat back to the atmosphere – Some heat escapes – Some heat.

Does Work!!! Differences between Global Warming and Ozone depletion Different type of radiation: – Infrared vs. Ultraviolet Different effect: – earth warming vs. health problems Ozone depletion does not cause global warming directly But, it can effect oceans uptake of CO 2 Do not confuse them Skin Cancer Let’s take a skin cancer quiz!!! Skin cancer comes in many shapes and sizes Things to watch for – Shiny or waxy lump – Firm red lumps – Lump/


Image courtesy of NASA/GSFC. Global Environmental Change: Technology and the Future of Planet Earth Eugene S. Takle Professor Department of Agronomy Department.

on Earth. – Keeps average temperatures at 12.8 o C (55 o F), instead of –29 o C (- 20 o F). Don Wuebbles THE ENHANCED GREENHOUSE EFFECT (or GLOBAL WARMING) … is primarily human-induced: We’re increasing heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere. … is like wrapping an extra blanket around the Earth. Why does the Earth warm/.  Drier autumns: delay harvest to take advantage of natural dry-down conditions HIGHER YIELDS!! Is it genetics or climate? Likely some of each. Why Small Changes in Rainfall Produce Much More/


Is global warming a bigger threat than terrorism? Climate change poses a bigger threat to the planet than terrorism - so says the UK governments chief.

necessitating immediate and major steps to head off or mitigate. Whether global warming will occur is uncertain. Although temperature data until now could reflect a warming planet, they are also consistent with normal fluctuations in weather. From a scientific viewpoint the evidence for global warming must be not proven." - Thomas Gale Moore, Hoover Institute "Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing — in terms/


Climate and Climate Change Chapter 12. Learning Objectives Understand the difference between climate and weather and how their variability is related.

ice caps are either fixed in place or floating Glaciers form an ice sheet, flow from high areas to low areas under the weight of the accumulated ice. Like beaches, glaciers and ice sheets have budgets/it More research needs to be done before we step in and help with a migration Adaptation of species to global warming Predicting the future climate is problematic as is predicting the future. You could be WRONG!!! For climate and its effects on living things, we can attempt to apply the geological concept of/


Proposed Title 1 (Invited UC-Irvine Talk): Prediction and Assimilation Challenges in the Hydrometeorology of the Atmosphere, Land and Ocean: the NCEP Perspective.

benefited from the conviction that the advancement of the prediction skill of global and regional models is enhanced by the joint development of EMC models for both weather and seasonal climate prediction. Embracing the weather-climate connection in EMC model development: Examples GFS and CFS global modeling suites share unified atmosphere/land model development –New atmosphere or land physics tested & assessed on four time scales: 1) short-range 2/


Tuesday, October 06, 20151The Institute for Science and Society A corpus-based analysis of the debate around climate change in online user comments Dr.

’s (2003) taxonomy of intersubjective stance ‘Dialogically contractive’ Disclaim: to Deny: “New or tougher legislation is not going to solve the problem” to Counter: “But we already possess laws against /weather. It’s controversial because prediction is an inexact science and something like the precautionary principle is always go to be controversial because you’re asking to people to take action to avoid something that might not actually happen. A lot of scientists think the effect of the extra warming/


Image courtesy of NASA/GSFC. Global Environmental Change: Technology and the Future of Planet Earth Eugene S. Takle Professor Department of Agronomy Department.

on Earth. – Keeps average temperatures at 12.8 o C (55 o F), instead of –29 o C (- 20 o F). Don Wuebbles THE ENHANCED GREENHOUSE EFFECT (or GLOBAL WARMING) … is primarily human-induced: We’re increasing heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere. … is like wrapping an extra blanket around the Earth. Why does the Earth warm/.  Drier autumns: delay harvest to take advantage of natural dry-down conditions HIGHER YIELDS!! Is it genetics or climate? Likely some of each. Why Small Changes in Rainfall Produce Much More/


Image courtesy of NASA/GSFC. Global Environmental Change: Technology and the Future of Planet Earth Eugene S. Takle Professor Department of Agronomy Department.

on Earth. – Keeps average temperatures at 12.8 o C (55 o F), instead of –29 o C (- 20 o F). Don Wuebbles THE ENHANCED GREENHOUSE EFFECT (or GLOBAL WARMING) … is primarily human-induced: We’re increasing heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere. … is like wrapping an extra blanket around the Earth. Why does the Earth warm/machinery enables planting in smaller weather windows  More summer /of natural dry-down conditions HIGHER YIELDS!! Is it genetics or climate? Likely some of/% chance of not exceeding the/


WWK How interactions between the hydrosphere and atmosphere cause weather changes!

pattern of warming that was measured could not explain the factors alone. The only way to explain these factors are to include the effect of greenhouse gases emitted by humans. Human activities: o It is said that human activities has a major affect on Earth’s climate. Such a major affect that they say we are causing global warming. Some of the activities that process greenhouse gases are: o Agricultural activities like/


Image courtesy of NASA/GSFC. Addressing Global Climate Change: Avoiding the Unmanageable, Managing the Unavoidable Eugene S. Takle Professor Department.

on Earth. – Keeps average temperatures at 12.8 o C (55 o F), instead of –29 o C (- 20 o F). Don Wuebbles THE ENHANCED GREENHOUSE EFFECT (or GLOBAL WARMING) … is primarily human-induced: We’re increasing heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere. … is like wrapping an extra blanket around the Earth. Why does the Earth warm/of natural dry-down conditions HIGHER YIELDS!! Is it genetics or climate? Likely some of each. Avoiding the Unmanageable : Mitigating Impacts of Global Climate Change Rise in global/ of not /


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? What attempts at control have been made? Have these attempts been successful? 80 Global Warming: Physics of the Greenhouse Effect (TD 33) Okay, so we all toss the terms around, but do you really know what causes the greenhouse effect? Use this TD to help you become an “expert” on the subject! 81 Sources of Greenhouse Gases Carbon Dioxide - Fossil-fuel burning. Atmospheric levels increasing steadily. Methane – Ruminants/


Www.csiro.au Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources Water Corporation Technical Seminars 10 July 2006 Brian Ryan CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research.

to be drier and warmer later in the century,  with an increasing probability of dry weather patterns and a decreased probability of wet weather patterns P and Ep changes for south-western Australia Change per degree global warming P and Ep change over Australia (per degree global warming) What is the likely impact of climate change on water resources? Hydrological model sensitivity Relate change in mean annual rainfall and potential evaporation/


Climate Change Lecture 6 March 4, 2010. Climate Change Assignment Due next Thursday, March 11 2-3 paper on climate change and your assigned greenhouse.

months or longer, it is called an El Niño or La Niña episode El Niño El Niño occurs during a time of suppressed trade winds (winds moving from the east to the west) at the equator Causes a pool of warm water to collect in the eastern Pacific near S. America (water there is normally cool) Changes global wind patterns and temperature, altering weather on global/


Chapter 21: Global Climate Change. Foreword The issue of global climate change may be one of the most important issues facing humanity in its history.

would climate change influence the Jet Stream or weather patterns generated during El Nino and La Nina events? Possible Global Climate Change Outcomes Please remember that the seven categories of global climate change outcomes we discussed are projections, not a guaranteed reality - the projections are based on incomplete data and an incomplete mathematical understanding of the Earth’s dynamic processes The first global warming computer models treated the Earth as a/


Areas of Focus within The Weather and Climate Unit: What is weather?, Climate, Importance of the.

Cycle, Dew Points, Clouds, Types of Clouds, Meteorology, Weather Tools, Isotherms, Ocean Currents, Enhanced Global Warming, Greenhouse Effect, The Effects of Global Warming, Biomes, Types of Biomes. THE ATMOSPHERE LAYERS OF THE ATMOSPHERE AIR QUALITY AIR PRESSURE-BONUS- WEATHER MOVIES 161116*21 271217*22 381318*23 491419*24 5101520*25 Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Weather and Climate Unit Review Game I How to play… –Don’t play like Jeo_ _ _ _ y/


2015/10/18KMCHAN1 Prof. Chan King Ming Associate Professor Dept. of Biochemistry and Environmental Science Program Chinese University

of global Warming Arctic 1979 Arctic 2003 Arctic perennial sea ice has been diminishing at a rate of 9% per decade. The ice of frozen freshwater on Greenland melts to dilute and lower the salinity of the arctic ocean. This would have significant effects (slower or stop) on/, Gale (1999) Greenhouse: The 200- Year Story of Global Warming. Walker & Company, New York. Penguin Books, 305p. 2.Flannery, Tim (2006) We Are The Weather Makers, The Story Of Global Warming. Text Publishing Co., 272p. 3.Gore, Al (/


Face the Facts of Climate Change. Face the Facts Activity: 1.Form small groups. 2.Listen while a climate change statement is read aloud. 3.Discuss the.

(GHGs) act like the glass of a greenhouse and trap the heat from the sun next to the Earth. Enhanced Greenhouse Effect: Human activities over the last two hundred years have created a thicker blanket of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Increases in anthropogenic (or human-made) greenhouse gases have led to increased global average temperatures. Weather patterns can be hard to predict, therefore we should be sceptical/


Meteorology. Characteristics of the Atmosphere Terms: atmosphere, air pressure, troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere.

? What is a land breeze? What are air masses? Heat and Weather Patterns Weather and Climate Weather is the process in the atmosphere that changes over a short period of time. Climate is the weather that is in place most of the time or over a long period of time. Is it Climate or Weather? –What’s the weather like most of the time where you live? The Sun’s Energy Nearly all the/


Asper, 2007 Slide 1 Lesson #12 The Ocean’s Future: Global warming Vernon Asper USM.

Slide 42 Remember the “Younger Dryas”? What caused it? We think it was the oceans! http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/temperature/ Asper, 2007 Slide 43 Younger Dryas Dryas: flower from Europe –Requires cold climate Younger: early part of the period Greenland warmed by 15ºF in a decade or less Winds: less during colder periods? A Global event Asper, 2007 Slide 44 Younger Dryas Lasted 1/


Image courtesy of NASA/GSFC. Climate as a Resource: Does Climate Change Matter?? Eugene S. Takle Professor Department of Agronomy Department of Geological.

on Earth. – Keeps average temperatures at 12.8 o C (55 o F), instead of –29 o C (- 20 o F). Don Wuebbles THE ENHANCED GREENHOUSE EFFECT (or GLOBAL WARMING) … is primarily human-induced: We’re increasing heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere. … is like wrapping an extra blanket around the Earth. Why does the Earth warm/ Concepts of Global Changes and Models Projecting Future Conditions Do Not Inspire Urgency and Action It takes nearby events in my backyard that are recurring and outside the range of recent /


Unit 7 Weather. We will know that temperature variations in the atmosphere, and hydrosphere result in weather fluctuations such as storms.

its climate. Climate change is major and long lasting change of weather patterns. Climate change is caused by human induced alterations of nature by activities such as building cities or burning fossil fuels. These human activities have lead to an increase of greenhouse gases which in part has lead to major climate change in earth. One of the major problems that we face today is global warming. Global warming is the rise of/


ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Chapter 13 Atmosphere and Climate Change 13.3 Global Warming.

shrink in areas in the southern part of their range and lose diversity. Effects on Animals Global warming could cause a shift in the geographical range of some animals. For example, Northern birds may not migrate as far south during the winter. Warming of surface waters of the ocean might cause a reduction of zooplankton, tiny shrimp-like animals, that many marine animals depend on for food. Warming tropical waters may kill algae that/


Weather and Atmosphere. Warm up (1-5-15) Welcome Back! Get a warm-up off the front table please! Write down what you remember about the atmosphere that.

material – KEY things to look for: bold, or underlined words, specific data or information (numbers), repeated words, terms, or phrases Human Impact on the Atmosphere Common Air Pollutants Acid Rain Smog Ozone Depletion Global Warming Common Air Pollutants Air Index Quality Acid Rain Smog Ozone Depletion Global Warming Global Climate Change Warm up (1-9-15) What are some of the ways that we as humans can measure our personal impact? Think/


GREENHOUSE EFFECT BY: EDGAR B., LUIS C., FERNANDO O., ADAMARI ARVAYO.

past 10,000 years. WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL WARMING? Our health, agriculture, water resources, forests, wildlife and coastal areas are vulnerable to global warming and the climatic changes it will bring. The IPCC concluded that climate change is likely to have wide-ranging and mostly adverse impacts on human health, with significant loss of life. A few degrees of warming increases the chances of more frequent and severe heat waves, which/


Global Warming: The Disaster By: Nabeel Effendi. Overview of the presentation What is global warming? What is the greenhouse effect? Who causes global.

can not be used. An example of a fertilizer like this would be Weed n Green Global warming and climate change As we can see the worlds average temperature is increasing and the carbon dioxide concentration is also increasing. This is all caused by global warming. Jeopardy game on global warming How to play: 1) Go to the following link https://jeopardylabs.com/play/global-warming-bynabeel84 2) Pick the amount of players or team/


Climate Change: Underlying Science and Producer Adaptations Eugene S. Takle Professor Department of Agronomy Department of Geological and Atmospheric Science.

on Earth. – Keeps average temperatures at 12.8 o C (55 o F), instead of –29 o C (- 20 o F). Don Wuebbles THE ENHANCED GREENHOUSE EFFECT (or GLOBAL WARMING) … is primarily human-induced: We’re increasing heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere. … is like wrapping an extra blanket around the Earth. Why does the Earth warm/ smaller weather windows/of natural dry-down conditions HIGHER YIELDS!! Is it genetics or climate? Likely some of each. For More Information Assessment of Potential Impacts of Climate Changes on/


2015/11/30KMCHAN1 Prof. Chan King Ming Associate Professor Dept. of Biochemistry and Environmental Science Program Chinese University

) We are causing global warming and we have to act on saving our planet earth! We are causing global warming and we have to act on saving our planet earth! ( 我們已引致全球暖化,並須要以行動來停止它 ) ( 我們已引致全球暖化,並須要以行動來停止它 ) 2015/11/30KMCHAN39 Further Readings 1.Christianson, Gale (1999) Greenhouse: The 200- Year Story of Global Warming. Walker & Company, New York. Penguin Books, 305p. 中譯本:蓋爾. 克里斯欽森 。 達娃 ( 黃小萍 ) 譯。『發燒地球 200 年』 2006 初版。台北新店,野人文化出版。 2.Flannery, Tim (2006) We Are The Weather Makers, The Story Of Global Warming/


Global Climate Change Statement: “It has been so hot this summer, must be that global warming

Why Care? I would like a warmer winter, and I Love Beach Weather WHY CARE? It’s not like I can do anything. Plus, I Love my car. Some potential benefits of global warming Consequences of a Warmer Earth 1) A Grand Experiment With Potentially Major Changes 2) Melting Ice = Higher Seas 3) Change in Weather Patterns 4) Human Health Problems 5) Agriculture Changes 6) Effects to plants and animals Maple/


Pearson Prentice Hall Physical Science: Concepts in Action Chapter 24 Weather and Climate.

or as air moves over a large, uniform region like an ocean Meteorologists track weather by studying the movement of air masses Meteorologists track weather by studying the movement of air masses Air masses are large bodies of air with uniform temperature and moisture content Air masses are large bodies of air with uniform temperature and moisture content Air mass interactions have predictable effects on weather Air mass interactions have predictable effects on weather/


Climate Change. Questions  Are global warming and climate change the same thing?  What is the difference between climate and weather?  What is the.

fuels.  A crash program to slow and adapt to global warming now is very likely to cost less than waiting and having to deal with its harmful effects later. International Climate Negotiations: The Kyoto Protocol –Treaty on global warming which first phase went into effect January, 2005 with 189 countries participating. –It requires 38 participating developed countries to cut their emissions of CO 2, CH 4, and N 2 O to/


WINDS Weather and Climate Day 6. Warm Up 1. Name the 4 processes that lift air. 2. Air that has reached its water-vapor capacity is said to be __________.

’s orbit and the tilt of Earth on its axis are Earth motions that affect global climates long term. Human Impact on Climate The Greenhouse Effect The greenhouse effect is a natural warming of both Earth’s lower atmosphere and Earth’s surface from solar radiation being absorbed and emitted by the atmosphere. Global Warming As a result of increased levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, global temperatures have increased. This increase/


The Greenhouse Effect -The Earth is similar to a greenhouse. The Earth’s atmosphere acts like the glass in a greenhouse. -Sunlight streams through the.

shrink in areas in the southern part of their range and lose diversity. Effects on Animals -Global warming could cause a shift in the geographical range of some animals. For example, Northern birds may not migrate as far south during the winter. -Warming of surface waters of the ocean might cause a reduction of zooplankton, tiny shrimp-like animals, that many marine animals depend on for food. -Warming tropical waters may kill algae that/


Review Atmosphere & Weather. 6-4.1 Atmospheric Layers 6-4.2 Water Cycle 6-4.3 Clouds 1.Name the atmospheric layers from Earth’s surface outward & name.

that falls on land surfacesattempts to move back toward sea level as surface-water flow or groundwater flow. run-off 26. Water will remain on the surface when the surface is not _______ or the /on its axis, the global winds appear to curve. This is known as the __________ ________. Coriolis effect 95.The global wind belt regions, the prevailing direction of the winds and how air moves affect ______ _________. weather conditions 96._______ _________ blow from east to west in the tropical region moving warm/


Climate Change Lecture 13 December 2, 2009. Climate Change Assignment Due next Wednesday, December 9 2-3 paper on climate change and your assigned greenhouse.

ño or La Niña episode El Niño El Niño occurs during a time of suppressed trade winds (winds moving from the east to the west) at the equator Causes a pool of warm water to collect in the eastern Pacific near S. America (water there is normally cool) Changes global wind patterns and temperature, altering weather on global scale El Niño occurring now Greenhouse Effect/


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