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CO2 Warner Flower, Austin Brown, Jareck Jozwiak Did you ever wonder? 9/29/2012
Carbon Dioxide One Carbon Two oxygen atom Primary greenhouse gas Odorless gas CO 2
Daily Use Soda Wine Making Food Air Rifles
CO 2 In The Atmosphere Lasts 50-200 years In the atmosphere C0 2 Pollution in 2012
CO 2 In The Air More Carbon gas adding to the natural carbon cycle Carbon dioxide traps heat Causing Global warming
Reducing Carbon Dioxide Emissions RECYCLE Become energy efficient EPA Energy Star program
Fuel Efficient Cars Reduce Carbon dioxide emissions Tax Incentives Up to $7,500
Dangers? Abnormally high concentrations Asphyxiation Co2 poisoning
CO2 Poisoning Hypercapnia Sweating, Dizziness unconsciousness
Sources http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/ghgemission s/gases/co2.html http://environmentalchemistry.com/yogi/environ mental/200611CO2globalwarming.html http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/envi ronment/global-warming/pollution-overview/ http://co2now.org/current-co2/co2-now/
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Human Impact on Air Resources
Hello, I am air. I am mainly composed of Nitrogen (N2), Oxygen (O2) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2). Help me to drag the components of air into the correct place.
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Say it to yourself 10 times…
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4.4 Climate Change.
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Chris Cardillo L Period. Human activity has increased the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. We are a big part of global warming. With.
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ECOSYSTEM RECYCLING Material Cycles. As energy & matter move through ecosystem matter must be recycle and reused Types of Cycle 1. Carbon & Oxygen Cycles.
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