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The Greenhouse Effect (how it works) The sun's rays travel into the atmosphere. Land, water and plants soak up most of the solar radiation. Lots of energy is sent back out but it is trapped by the greenhouse gases. The heat can't get out so the Earth warms up.
Methane (blank)
How does the greenhouse effect work? The sun's rays travel into the atmosphere. Land, water and plants soak up most of the solar radiation. Lots of energy is sent back out but it is trapped by the greenhouse gases. The heat can't get out so the Earth warms up.
Carbon Dioxide (blank)
Nitrous Oxide (blank)
The Greenhouse Effect (blank)
Climate changes (blank)
Ways that humans contribute to an increase in the greenhouse effect buring fossil fuels, deforestation, forest fires, raising livestock, coal mining, filling landfills, nitrogen based fertilizers, car exhaust, and disposing of waste in sewage treatment plants
Global Warming (blank)
Created by: hhall