Ppt on global warming for class 7

Global Warming Project. Goal Explain the Green House Effect Explain the Hole in the Ozone Identify causes of Global Warming Identify effects of Global.

Hole in the Ozone Identify causes of Global Warming Identify effects of Global Warming ALL STUDENTS WILL KNOW THESE THINGS!!! Products Cause/Effect Essay Argument Essay Project  Flier to make people aware of Global Warming  In class Assignment  Limited Time  Required /for only the sentences that are true: 1.The ozone layer is a greenhouse gas. 2.It is man made. 3.It protects us from UV rays from the sun. 4.It is made of carbon and oxygen. 5.It is made of three small oxygen atoms. 6.CFCs destroy ozone. 7/


AT786 – Game plan & Overview August 25, 2014 1. Overview for today Basic overview – what is the AR5 WG1 Report? Context wrt WG2 and WG3. Expectations.

budget together provide confidence in the magnitude of global warming in response to past and future forcing. Human influence has been detected in warming of the atmosphere and the ocean, in changes in the global water cycle, in reductions in snow and ice, in global mean sea level rise, and in changes in some climate extremes. This evidence for human influence has grown since AR4. It/


Center of Ocean-Land- Atmosphere Studies CLIM101: Weather, Climate and Global Society Course Overview, Logistics 1 September 2009 CLIM 101 Weather, Climate.

- the primary source material is 1.The Rough Guide to Climate Change by Robert Henson (RG) 2.Global Warming: The Complete Briefing by John Houghton (GW) 3.Lecture notes for each class (posted on GMU Blackboard) 4.Scholarly and popular articles as supplementary material for the lectures and class discussions (will be provided) 2. Homework - Four problem sets 3. Mid-term problem set and discussion 4/


BBS Geography 2014-2015  Warm Up  Define “Movement” and provide one example that you think is specific to the Americas (North, Central, and South America)

7) Globalization & Diversity: Rowntree, Lewis, Price, Wyckoff 18 Gulf-Atlantic Coastal Plain & Piedmont Gulf-Atlantic Coastal Plain –Drained by many short rivers which flow from the interior to the coast –Would be most affected by rising sea levels from global warming/  Molas Workshop  Students will brainstorm five ideas for individual Molas.  Obtain teacher signature by the end of the period  Exit Ticket  Submit on your way out of class  Homework   Warm Up  Update your Americas KWL chart with five /


HW#7 on the Greenhouse Effect, available on-line at D2L. Assigned March 27th, DUE in- class on April 3 rd.

HW#7 on the Greenhouse Effect, available on-line at D2L. Assigned March 27th, DUE in- class on April 3 rd. Our Living Earth and the atmosphere The Earth’s atmosphere has changed substantially over our planet’/on the sunburn you receive if you are lying out for an hour on the beaches of Antarctica or Brazil? Ozone can be destroyed by synthetic CFC pollutants, such as freon What are they and how are they different? The Greenhouse Effect Global Warming Ozone Depletion 0/0 Cross-Tab Label The greenhouse effect /


Unit 7 Section 1 Climate and Climate change pg. 351 – 358 and 616 – 617 about graphic organizers. Due: Next class Section 2 The Ozone Shield pg. 359 -

7 Section 1 Climate and Climate change pg. 351 – 358 and 616 – 617 about graphic organizers. Due: Next class Section 2 The Ozone Shield pg. 359 - 362 Due: The class after that. Section 3 Global Warming pg. 363 – 369 Due: Three classes from now. We will go over major topics in class/sunlight. The number of hours of daylight is greatest in the summer. Therefore, the amount of time available for the sun to heat the Earth becomes greater. During summer in the Northern Hemisphere, the Southern Hemisphere tilts /


1. Objective (READ) SWBAT explain how GPS works. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION) 3. Warm-up (ANSWER) A.What is GIS? B. What would.

step 1, step 2, step 3 - directions are in parentheses Warm-up Page DateQuestion of the Day Warm-up 9/1How does GPS work? 1. GIS – a /H 1. Create 1 pie graph using the demographics we collected about the class –Calculate the correct percentages and try to create accurate pie graphs –Label/for fun 1.Hotel 2. 3. 4. 1.Visit friends 2. 3. 4. Crisis! Your celebrity friend has only one day to spend with you. What tool could you use to ensure that you do everything on your list in one day? READ ONLY 7. GPS  Global/


Warm Up 1.What is a supervolcano? 2.What does sulfur do in the atmosphere? How does it effect climate? Time’s Up!

is showing you. For example: Container temperature/Warm Up 1.List the 5 “Things we know” that we discussed in class/7.Carbon dioxide levels and global temperatures seem to be related. Conclusions? Is climate change happening? Could aspects of climate change be naturally caused? Could aspects of climate change be anthropogenic (caused by human activity)? Could it be both? Frequently asked questions!! Is the sun causing climate change? Is the ozone hole causing climate change? Is there a pause in global warming/


C: INIT 1/25/2016 BY DANIEL R. BARNES REM ITERATE DAILY SUBROUTINE FOR DAY = 1 to 183 DOBUSINESS(DATE,COURSE) NEXT DAY Semester 2, 2015-2016.

carbon dioxide when they burn, so CO 2 levels rise as trees burn. CO 2 is a greenhouse gas, so more CO 2 should cause global warming. Also, when trees are alive, they remove CO 2 from the air, but dead trees don’t photosynthesize. Chemistry Tuesday 3/8/2016 HOMEWORK: /of land to grow them. Chemistry Thursday 4/7/2016 HOMEWORK: Once again, do as much of the POST-LAB as you can. (As soon as we’ve done as much in class as we can, the due date for the lab will be the next day.) WARM-UP: Look up “actual yield” and /


The Case Study Method for the Assessment of Student Learning: Using Scientific Reasoning and Deep Geological Time to Predict Future Environmental Impacts.

about basic science Lunar phases (Schoon & Boone 1998) Reasons for seasonal change (DeLaughter & Stein 1998) Global warming is due to destruction of Ozone layer Beyond IUB, across / Cognitive Process Understand > Apply > Analyze Learning Opportunities Readings 3 - Lectures Class activities 2 Labs Homework #2 Case-Study in final exam According to Anderson/by students at secondary and post-secondary level." International Journal of Science Education 26(7): 845-857. Sources Libarkin, J. C., J. P. Kurdziel, et /


Student Awareness on Global Warming Tina Tsantakis Education 702.22 Fall 2008.

today’s world are spending much more time indoors than outdoors. When students are in class, usually they are not learning about the environment. When the children are at home, /for the earth. Oluk, S., & Ozalp, I. (2007). The teaching of global environmental problems according to the constructivist approach: As a focal point of the problem and the availability of concept cartoons. Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice, (7)2, 881-896. Literature Review There are many factors effecting global warming/


Ways to Improving Writing Skill

most like their children’s school to make, 24 percent of parents selected smaller class size. Having gotten a large bonus, the smiling, contented sales representative worked harder / honors, and to acknowledge the sacrifice that somebody has made is at the gravesite. 7. For cancer survivors, the prospect of death is no longer a cerebral awareness but is an/ and government officials, published in Paris last week, warned global warming will continue for centuries, creating a far different planet in 100 years. /


METR112 Global Climate Change Professor Menglin Jin San Jose State University December 1, 2008.

follow decreasing chlorine concentrations!!! What are predictions for the future? 76 MET 112 Global Climate Change What is the connection between ozone depletion and global warming?  No direct connection between these environmental issues.  Global warming produces: –Tropospheric warming & –Stratospheric cooling  However: Global warming may enhance ozone depletion 77 MET 112 Global Climate Change What is the connection between ozone depletion and global warming?  An increase in greenhouse gases traps/


MET 112 Global Climate Change - CLOUDS and CLIMATE Prof. Menglin Susan Jin Department of Meteorology, San Jos State University Outline Clouds Formation.

mp4 –clouds and aerosols 7 MET 112 Global Climate Change Clouds Roles/s surface energy budget different for low clouds compared to high/warm the surface (warming outweighs cooling) Cirrus Altocumulus (possibly cirrocumulus, depending on altitude of the clouds) Stratocumulus Broken stratocumulus Nimbostratus Cumulus humilis (commonly called fair weather cumulus) Cumulus Cumulonimbus Stratus Cirrus Clouds That Look Like Things Explain how the earth’s climate would change as a result of aircraft contrails. Class/


Global Climate Change P. Brian Fisher College of Charleston POLS 405 Class 1: Climate Change Primer.

Class 1: Climate Change Primer Earth’s Limits “Moreover, we are fast approaching many of earth’s limits. Current economic practices that damage the environment, in both developed and underdeveloped nations, cannot be continued without the risk that vital global/days has declined by four to seven days for most of the region. Global Warming, IPCC Findings Eleven of the twelve years/, climate effects will continue for centuries and adaption is needed even if stopped today 7.Irreversible: GCC is irreversible./


MET 112 Global Climate Change - CLOUDS and CLIMATE Prof. Menglin Susan Jin Department of Meteorology, San Jos State University Outline Clouds Formation.

formation change with pollution? 7 MET 112 Global Climate Change Video  /s surface energy budget different for low clouds compared to /warm the surface (warming outweighs cooling) Cirrus Altocumulus (possibly cirrocumulus, depending on altitude of the clouds) Stratocumulus Broken stratocumulus Nimbostratus Cumulus humilis (commonly called fair weather cumulus) Cumulus Cumulonimbus Stratus Cirrus Clouds That Look Like Things Explain how the earth’s climate would change as a result of aircraft contrails. Class/


Class 14b: Global climate change Basics of global warming Potential effects Politics of global warming.

Class 14b: Global climate change Basics of global warming Potential effects Politics of global warming Greenhouse effect Natural warming effect Keeps Earth habitable Greenhouse gases (GHGs) –Let in short wavelengths –Trap long wavelengths What is global warming? Global = worldwide, not universal “Global/ air) Is global warming happening? 1990s: warmest decade of millenium –7 warmest years on record Increase of/100 feet inland Increased salinity in groundwater So what for the oceans? Arctic Ocean ice sheet down 40/


Class 14b: Global climate change Basics of global warming Potential effects Politics of global warming.

Class 14b: Global climate change Basics of global warming Potential effects Politics of global warming Greenhouse effect Natural warming effect Keeps Earth habitable Greenhouse gases (GHGs) –Let in short wavelengths –Trap long wavelengths What is global warming? Global = worldwide, not universal “Global/ air) Is global warming happening? 1990s: warmest decade of millenium –7 warmest years on record Increase of/100 feet inland Increased salinity in groundwater So what for the oceans? Arctic Ocean ice sheet down 40/


April 10 Fossil Fuels April 12 Times Beach Video April 17 Video Discussion Alternative Energy April 19 Global Warming April 24 Your Oral Reports April.

planet (and our moon).planetscapes Let’s focus on the planets out to Jupiter (plus our moon). I’ll discuss this in class! I’m getting many of these nice images from GRID Arendal, an environmental information center in Arendal, Norway. Do you trust Norwegians/Causes Hah! Not in my lifetime. This round of the match will be going on for a long time. Score after the 6 th round: Global Warming Handwringers3½ Boss Frogs in our Bucket1 7. Supporting Evidence I’m running out of time. There’s no way I foresee getting/


Higher Atmosphere Earth’s Heat Budget Global Insolation Global Transfer Of Energy Global Temperatures Inter Tropical Convergence Zone Climate Graph.

the key words in your workbook. Report back to the class to check your answers before writing them in your workbook./ the energy balance shown on the diagram below. Variations In Global Insolation Explain Why deficit in high latitudes (polar areas) and/warms again and so rises giving rain Finally the cool air sinks at the poles having distributed heat from the equator to the poles Atmospheric Circulation Cells Task 7 Now complete the diagram in your workbook showing the three weather cells responsible for/


Class 22 -- The Oceans ATMOSPHERE CIRCULATION AND WINDS Coriolis effect Prevailing winds and vertical circulation Factors modifying these winds -- Differential.

Class 22 -- The Oceans ATMOSPHERE CIRCULATION AND WINDS Coriolis effect Prevailing winds and vertical circulation Factors modifying these winds -- Differential heating of land and sea What drives the global wind patterns? Warm, moist air rising at low latitudes Cold, dry air sinking at higher latitudes Fig. 6-7/large amount- they move for long time periods over long distances. Fig. 6-7 If the earth were NOT rotating, convection cells in the atmosphere would look like this. GLOBAL WIND SYSTEM Major zones /


Arthur Few Professor Emeritus, Research Professor Physics and Astronomy Rice University Global Warming I have been lecturing on this subject to my classes.

Global Warming I have been lecturing on this subject to my classes for 39 years, so this lecture was condensed from my course lectures and updated with the most current information. My point of view is most certainly that of the scientific community - that global warming/ gasses, pollution, land use The modeling is improving IPCC, 1990 IPCC, 1996 IPCC, 2001 38 ppm 23 yrs 1.7 ppm/yr Annual variation in the Northern Hemisphere CO2. Land plants photosynthesis and respiration; peak occurs in NH summer. ~9/


Warm Up #1 (Oct. 6, 2014) Look over Chapter 1 in textbook. Write 3-4 sentences about what you observed in this chapter.

over Chapter 1 in textbook. Write 3-4 sentences about what you observed in this chapter. Warm Up #2 (Oct. 7, 2014) Write 3-5 goals you plan to work towards accomplishing in this class this next 6 weeks. Warm Up #3 (Ch. 1 sec. 2 will help ) 10/8/14 WRITE EVERYTHING!/which I learned as a child-that earth is not ours. It is a treasure we hold in trust for our descendants.” Warm Up #8 questions Do you think these are the only global issues? Do these issues affect you in your daily life? If so, how? If they don’t/


Global Climate Change: by Jim Kelley Separating the Science From the Fiction.

Prize shared with Al Gore? 9/9/2015jim kelley 9/9/2015jim kelley Point #7 Climate Warming Is not all Bad e.g., Every Year 5 Times as Many People Die from/ Amounted to a Couple Of Lectures in the Required Freshman Science Class …He Got a “D” in the Class Ashok Khosla Taught the Course 9/9/2015jim kelley The whole / Bertrand Russell 9/9/2015jim kelley "Only an insignificant fraction of scientists deny the global warming crisis. The time for debate is over. The science is settled." …Al Gore, 1992 Anyone who says/


Observed Climate Change and the Negligible Global Effect of Greenhouse-gas Emissions Limits in the State of Arkansas Robert Ferguson Science & Public Policy.

Arkansas and how global warming has manifest itself to date (greenhouse gases have been building up in the global atmosphere for at least a /global greenhouse gas emissions He calculated that the annual global emissions reduction under the Kyoto Protocol would be 4,697 mmtCO2 by 2050 and 7,924 mmtCO2 by 2100 He calculated that this would result in a total global/ standards applicable to the emission of any air pollutant from any class or classes of new motor vehicles or new motor vehicle engines, which in/


4/12/06Atoms and Stars, Class 131 Atoms and Stars IST 2420 and IST 1990 Class 13 Winter 2006 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw06.

easy, but scientists will eventually come down on the side of experiment 4/12/06Atoms and Stars, Class 139 Experiment 7 Should find V of block  V of displaced water (Archimedes was correct) oCan be large error because/3 out of 2,500 4/12/06Atoms and Stars, Class 1334 Readings: Icecaps and Hurricanes Evidence for Global Warming: Thawing icecaps Coral bleaching Hurricanes Melting glaciers Desertification Rising sea levels 4/12/06Atoms and Stars, Class 1335 DB: That’s not all… Many worldwide resource issues/


First some important preliminary business... GOAL: Enhanced Understanding Of Global Change Science, How It Operates, & What It Means To Me Personally.

45 of Class Notes. Q3 - Assume you have an equal volume of WATER, AIR & SAND. Which will HEAT UP THE FASTEST if the same amount of thermal energy is transferred into the substance? Explanation: The lower the heat capacity, the quicker the response to a transfer of heat into the substance! 1. AIR 2. WATER 3. SAND Q4 – As global warming is occurring/


Thursday Nov 4 th SIT WITH YOUR GROUP TODAY! Wrap up of Topic #13 Natural Climatic Forcing (Volcanoes) then Introduction to TOPIC #14 GLOBAL WARMING &

GROUP TODAY! Wrap up of Topic #13 Natural Climatic Forcing (Volcanoes) then Introduction to TOPIC #14 GLOBAL WARMING & ANTHROPOGENIC FORCING ANNOUNCEMENT: The due date for RQ-7 is NEXT TUESDAY, Nov 9 th It will be posted tomorrow. Don’t FORGET!!! NOTE: your/Exam ( 100 pts) + clicker pts (10 individual 5 group) TOTAL OF 215 PTS LEFT !! CLICKER QUESTION: Q1 In the film shown in class on TUESDAY, what was Willie Nelson promoting?? A – Solar power B – Corn ethanol C – Biodiesel D – Hybrid trucks Wrap up of TOPIC/


Green Efforts Preparing to Participate in the National Teach-In for Global Warming Solutions February 4 th and 5 th, 2009 Kimberly Smith Robert Reavis.

regarding green initiatives, laws, and economics. Incorporating Sustainability  You dont need to be a global warming expert. Just talk for ten minutes about issues surrounding global warming, bringing in your own disciplinary perspective.  Remind students to recycle on campus.  / Music and Sustainable Snacks  6:00 - 7:00 PM Panel Discussion Sustainability Day on Earth Day April 22 nd  Dumpster Dive  Poster Session – students will display their green class projects  More TBD How Can You Participate /


GEOGRAPHY: WORLD CULTURES MR. AARON BBS. DAY ONE OBJECTIVE: COURSE OVERVIEW AND UNDERSTANDING META-COGNITION Warm Up Why are you taking this geography.

Absolute Relative ABSOLUTE LOCATION A specific place on the Earth’s surface Uses a grid system Latitude and longitude A global address RELATIVE LOCATION Where a place is in relation to another place Uses directional words to describe Cardinal and / Due Sunday, September 28 (end of period) Block 7: Due Monday, September 29 (end of period) Homework Collect and bring supplies for filming for next class period. DAY FIFTEEN OBJECTIVE: WHEN DISASTER STRIKES Warm Up What are three new pieces of information that you/


Unit 4 Global warmingPeriod 172 Warming up and reading 1 课件(人教课标选修 6 ) Unit 4 Global Warming.

global warming is good for man. B. we should do nothing about the global warming. C. catastrophes will happen if the globe keeps on warming. D. a lot remains to be found out about the effects of global warming/class. Try to talk in general terms rather than in details. eg: I learnt that the earth is becoming warmer. I learnt that global warming could have terrible effects on the environment. …. Debate A B A : We shall do something about global warming. B : We shall do nothing about global warming/趋向 7. result/


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.

the temperature of Colorado today compared to the temperature of Arizona today? Warm up (1-7-15) How do Humans impact the Earth? Think of 3 examples and/class and writing them down together. You are the expert for your section, so take good notes and look for the important 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/


Warm Up 3/6 Explain the science behind hang gliding. Pass you article summaries to the aisle.

Demos: Wet Head What will happen if we place an index card on a cup of water and flip it over? Warm Up3/7 Use the idea of air pressure to explain why the cola can imploded when placed in a cold bath of water Pass/ ◦ None! Weather Who would like to present yesterday’s weather? Review: Global Winds Diagram Follow along as we review our global winds diagram as a class When we finish, you will turn in your worksheet for a grade Notes: Global Winds and Weather Low Pressure ◦ When hot air rising ◦ Rhymes with snow/


Words study Unit 4 Global warming Word study. compare Compare to/ with Compared to/with many women, she was indeed very fortunate. Compare A with B If.

global warming? Main ideas of each partWriting techniques Introduce a debate over the issue of global warming Raising a question Illustrate how global warming comes about Giving examples, using graphs, explanation List two different attitudes towards global warming/the first time I have been here. 用作形式主语,代替主语从句 7. It is a pity ( a shame //thing ( should ) happen in your class. 这种事竟然发生在你们班上,真是遗憾! It is a pity that /for sb. ) to do sth. important , necessary , natural, easy , safe , common … It is important for/


Atmosphere Water and Air… the two essential elements on which life depends have become global garbage cans.

global climate change (temperature change, changes in pH of ocean, sea level changes, etc.). Atmospheric composition Structure and processes Assignment! Create a chart for/cooler spots in the sun and area around them warms to make up for the difference Less spots = more solar wind = /.stability/frontal_wedging.htm http://apollo.lsc.vsc.edu/classes/met130/notes/chapter6/lift_converge.html http://jobspapa.com/-katelin-mooloolaba-australia.html?sid=10193132&fid=tp-7 http://forums.x-plane.org/?showtopic=63387 http/


Atoms and Stars IST 2420 Class 13, April 20 Winter 2009 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw09.

returned and further heats earth Amount of warming now about 1ºF but projected to rise rapidly oBy 2100, projections = 2.5ºF to 11.5ºF (avg 7ºF) 4/20/09Atoms and Stars, Class 1346 Atmosphere, Climate and Change by /are not climate scientists 4/20/09Atoms and Stars, Class 1352 Readings: Icecaps and Hurricanes Evidence for Global Warming: Thawing icecaps Coral bleaching Hurricanes Melting glaciers Desertification Rising sea levels 4/20/09Atoms and Stars, Class 1353 DB: That’s not all… Intergovernmental Panel /


Global Forum March 2014 Barcelona. Let’s Make A Difference Name of Project: Let’s Make A Difference Educator(s) Mrs. Dalia K. Younis English Language.

Kinect Applying Kinect by the teacher How to use Kinect in the class? Teaching Students helpful Microsoft applications _prepared by the teacher Open Letters online Flyers, questionnaires, posters and badges Evidence of innovative teaching: This project depends on presenting an environmental problem( Global Warming) and open the doors for Ss. to dig in more in it, think, discuss, try, and apply all possible ways/


Www.met.sjsu.edu/~jin METR 112 Global Climate Change Professor Menglin Susan Jin San Jose State University, Dept of Meteorology and Climate Science.

(important!) 1979 2003 The Land and Oceans have both warmed, but… Important point of this slide Although global mean surface has been warming up, for each region the change can be different! (can be no change, warming, or cooling) Class activity: find out your grandpa’s hometown and see /, N 2 O had become nearly as important a greenhouse gas as methane. Their best guess was 0.7°C for N 2 O, and 0.3°C for methane. Wang et al. (1976).Wang et al. (1976) http://www.visionlearning.com/library/module_viewer.php/


The Globalization of Environmentalism AP World History Chapter 24 “Accelerating Global Interaction” (Since 1945)

Concerns with global warming: – Melting glaciers and polar ice caps – Rising sea levels – Thawing permafrost – Extreme hurricanes – Further species extinction Green and Global 1 st wave of environmentalism = in the 1800s in the wake of the industrial revolution – Expressed a need for “scientific / to work for free because the farmers couldn’t afford to pay wages to them and their husbands (Doc 7). The caste system in India was diminishing due to peasants rising to the middle and upper classes from increased /


C: INIT 1/25/2016 BY DANIEL R. BARNES REM ITERATE DAILY SUBROUTINE FOR DAY = 1 to 183 DOBUSINESS(DATE,COURSE) NEXT DAY Semester 2, 2015-2016.

carbon dioxide when they burn, so CO 2 levels rise as trees burn. CO 2 is a greenhouse gas, so more CO 2 should cause global warming. Also, when trees are alive, they remove CO 2 from the air, but dead trees don’t photosynthesize. Chemistry Tuesday 3/8/2016 HOMEWORK: /of land to grow them. Chemistry Thursday 4/7/2016 HOMEWORK: Once again, do as much of the POST-LAB as you can. (As soon as we’ve done as much in class as we can, the due date for the lab will be the next day.) WARM-UP: Look up “actual yield” and /


Global Warming U4 M6 2nd Period of Reading The Earth is Becoming Warmer — But does It Matter?

rise 2. severe storms 3. floods 4. droughts 5. famines 6. the spread of diseases 7. disappearance of species The effects of global warming could be very serious. 1. make plants grow quicker 2. crops will produce more 3. encourage/ 1. student1 is responsible for the first paragraph.  2. student2 is responsible for the second paragraph.  3. student3 is responsible for writing.  4. student4 is responsible for presenting the report for the class. How has it come about Global warming Does it matter? Graph 1/


1 Global Climate Change “Warming of the climate system is unequivocal.” – International Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Report.

radiation is the energy of the sun that we feel as heat.  This is absorbed by carbon dioxide and water in the troposphere. 7 Energy and the Greenhouse Effect Solar Radiation  Of solar energy reaching outer atmosphere: - 25% reflected - 25% absorbed - 50% reaches /  Previous models showed a 5% increase for every 1°C. 40 Evidence for Global Warming Lab 1. We are going to finish your lab in class today - 41 42 El Niño/Southern Oscillation El Niño – A large pool of warm surface water in the Pacific Ocean.  /


Administering Splunk 4.2 Ver Administering Splunk 4.2Operational Intelligence Document usage guidelines Should be used only for enrolled students.

section, for fastest searching and indexing - Hot – most recently indexed events, multiple buckets, read and write, same directory as warm - Warm – next/Lab 176 Administering Splunk 4.2Operational Intelligence Section 7: Forwarding and Receiving 177 Administering Splunk 4./global] repositoryLocation = $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/deploymentApps targetRepositoryLocation = $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps [serverClass:AppsByMachineType] [serverClass:AppsByMachineType:app:win_eventlog] 242 Applies to all server classes Server-class/


From Atoms To Bits Culture, Collaboration and Global Sustainability

the resources of 3 earths if current western technology is extended to all 7 billion occupants. The “Helping Mode” culture could spread rapidly to all /food and shelter, even though global warming is already shrinking our food parcels and space cages. Further up the pyramid there is enormous scope for replacing direct social and physical/ may be intelligent outsiders on the boundary between a westernised playboy ruling class and the traditional cultures in third world countries. Many terrorists have mixed/


Page 122 Page 123 Date: 05.02.13A 05.03.13 B Renaissance Government and Philosophy Notes Warm Up: Unit Tracker for Middle Ages Test -Fill out tracker -What.

Warm Up: Unit Tracker for Middle Ages Test -Fill out tracker -What questions did I miss and need explained? -What topics from the whole year do I need to go back and review? **Test Corrections in AAP or every Morning at 7:15!!** Class Work: 1.Warm/Report Signed!!! **Print Out or Write down Renaissance vocab from my Wiki->complete 7 KIM charts Access Discoveryeducation and Castle Learning to be sure it works! How did global contact create social, cultural, and political change during the Renaissance? Page 124/


Bio & E/E Warm-Up: 8/26/10 FACT: Biology is the study of life.

?: What is the web address for Mr. Mercer’s website? www.wsfcs.k12.nc.us/Domain/861 List 2 items that can be found on the website. (CLASS NOTES, WEB LINKS, WARM-UPS) Bio Warm-Up: 2/1/11 FACT: /for someone without sickle-cell, NA for someone heterozygous for sickle-cell, and AA for someone fully affected by sickle-cell. What is the genotypic ratio for the offspring of a person heterozygous for sickle-cell mating with a person that has sickle-cell disease? E/E Warm-Up #1: 2/7/11 FACT: Cartographers use Global/


Daily Questions: Who or what defines our identity? How does our identity affect the choices we make? Agenda: 1.Warm-up 2.Journal 3.Discussion 4.Reading.

the choices we make? Agenda: 1.Warm-up 2.Journal 3.Discussion 4.Reading 5.Identity Web 6.Contracting 7.Reflection Worksheet # Reflection  JOURNAL: Full-sentences for full-credit  What do you want to work on over the course of the year?  I want to work on…this year.  What goals do you have for global history class?  My goal for global history class is…  What do you hope/


1 MET 112 Global Climate Change Dr. Craig Clements San José State University MET 112 Global Climate Change - Lecture 1.

location for specific timeMean state of a specific region (e.g., continent, ocean, or entire planet) 4 MET 112 Global Climate Change 5 Climate Change?  Climate Change: – Changes in climate of the past, present or future associated with natural or anthropogenic (human) factors  Global Warming: – Warming of the 20 th and 21 st century associated with anthropogenic activities. 6 MET 112 Global Climate Change Units  Our class/


Chapter 10 Global Climate Systems

choices that will greatly reduce our families global warming impact. 1. The car you drive: the most important personal climate decision. When you buy your next car, look for the one with the best fuel economy in its class. Each gallon of gas you use releases/ doing your share to cut back on heat-trapping pollution and youll save money on your electric bills and light bulbs.                       7. Think before you drive. If you own more than one vehicle, use the less fuel-efficient one only when you can/


Unit 13 Global Warming Lesson 1.

warming. (para. 2) Paraphrase: For dozens of years, our factories and cars have discharged billions of tons of greenhouse gases into the Earth’s atmosphere, and correspondingly certain signs of the Earth’s being getting warmer have been detected. Part II (para. 3—7) Enhanced greenhouse effect caused by human activities may induce such undesired climatic changes as global warming/. —David Attenborough Assignment: A Debate Get prepared for a class-wide debate on the following proposition: Which should be/


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