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contaminación Proceso por el cual se introduce sustancias dañinas al algua, aire, tierra.
calentamiento Proceso de cambio climatico que incrementa la temperatura
global Palabra que significa que afecta a todo el mundo.
Oxigeno Gas que ayuda a realizar la combustión de sustancias.
nitrógeno Otro gas presente en la atmosfera.
dioxido de carbono Gas invernadero que se produce en la combustión, alimento para vegetales.
atmósfera Parte de la Tierra que regula la temperatura, nos protege de radiación solar, etc.
calórica Energía que genera calor, por ejemplo a traves de la combustión.
Ciclo del carbono Los seres vivos y la industria emiten CO2 y las plantas y otros elementos lo absorben.
Combustión La mezcla de un combustible con el oxigeno.
Acida tipo de lluvia que provoca serios daños al ambiente
Gas combustible fósil que utilizamos para cocinar
Nivel del mar El calentamiento globla provocará inundaciones debido al incremente del...
Invernadero efecto que mantiene la temperatura de la Tierra a un nivel adecuado.
Kyoto Ciudad japonesa donde se firmaron compromisos para reducir las emisiones de gases invernadero en 1997.
Exosfera Parte superior de la atmosfera terrestre a 500 km de la superficie.
Estratosfera Area de la atmosfera ubicada a 15km de altura.
Nitrógeno, oxígeno, dióxido de carbono, vapor de agua y ozono. Gases que contiene la atmósfera
La temperatura y el clima La atmosfera regula:
Revolución industrial En el siglo XIX se empiezan a utilizar máquinas en gran escala este suceso se conoce como:
lluvia acida El monóxido de carbono y los óxidos de nitrógeno y azufre, se disuelven en el vapor de agua y lo contaminan creando...
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