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Our Atmosphere The Greenhouse Effect
The Sun The Sun provides the Earth with continuous heat and light
The Atmosphere A layer of air which surrounds the Earth
The Greenhouse Effect Stabilizes the Earth’s temperature
Side ASide B EARTH Atmosphere Gas Reflection, Refraction and Absorption in greenhouse gases
Is there something happening in the atmosphere that leads to climate change?
Carbon Dioxide Rise in the Atmosphere
So if the amount of greenhouse gases keeps increasing in our atmosphere then what could happen?
Global Temperature Change
MODULE #1: Climate Change & Global Warming
Chapter 16: Weather Factors
2.1 Energy in the Atmosphere
Heat Transfer, Greenhouse Effect, Ozone Layer Notes
Global Climate Change Video Eric Angat Teacher. 1. What makes the surface of Earth warmer compared to other planets? 2. What would be the temperature.
Solar Radiation and the Greenhouse Effect Earth Science Ms. Kurtzweil.
16-1 Energy in Earth’s Atmosphere. (pages 542–545) 1
Earth’s Energy Budget Lesson Plan 2 – Day 2. Bell Work: We know that if the Sun kept inputting energy and it didn't go anywhere, then we would eventually.
The “Greenhouse Effect”
Earth’s Weather and Climate
Chapter 2: Weather Factors
Global Warming Layal Al-Meslemani. What is Global Warming? Global Warming is basically when the temperature rises (heats up). This happens when greenhouse.
GLOBAL WARMING D. Crowley, GLOBAL WARMING To know what causes global warming, and how this can affect the global climate.
10:23 AM Sanders 7.9 Greenhouse Effect Unit 7: Water Cycle and Climate.
Greenhouse Gas Effect And Global Warming. What is a greenhouse? A greenhouse is made of glass Has a glass roof and walls It traps the suns energy.
1 THE CARBON CYCLE AND GLOBAL WARMING. 2 CARBON CYCLE Movement of carbon between the atmosphere, oceans, biosphere, and geosphere Movement of carbon between.
Aim: How is the earth's atmosphere similar to a greenhouse?
The Air Around You. How long will the candle burn? Remember the activity we did yesterday? Any comments? Or reflections?
The Greenhouse Effect A large majority of the insolation that is radiated back into the atmosphere gets absorbed by greenhouse gases. A large majority.
Why do we care about the Keeling Curve? Lesson 1 Activity 3 1.
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