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GLOBAL WARMING CE/AE/EnSci 524B QUANTIFYING GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE Are humans the culprit? ? = Temperatures over the last 1000 years Temperature change in North America Water precipitation in North America Heat balance factors in the atmosphere
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Worldwide WARMING CE/AE/EnSci 524B QUANTIFYING GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

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Are people the guilty party? ? =

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Temperatures in the course of the most recent 1000 years

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Temperature change in North America

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Water precipitation in North America

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Heat parity elements in the air Source: National Resources Defense Council

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The Greenhouse Effect

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Heat parity over Earth

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Blackbody radiation Both the Sun and Earth transmit radiation as an element of temperature, as indicated by the Stefan-Boltzmann Law (got from Plack’s Law): E = σ AT 4

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The electromagnetic range Progressively more warmth is discharged at higher temperatures and wavelengths get to be shorter with higher temperatures

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Maximum force at a temperature

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Earth and sun based radiation Calculate the force transmitted by Earth and top wavelength for Sun and Earth

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Solar Spectrum

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The genuine sun oriented range

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Screening by the air

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Vibration vitality granted to CO 2 particles – discharged as infrared http://www.ucar.edu/learn/pictures/carbon.gif

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Global patterns in real nursery gasses

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The most critical nursery gas - water

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Climate change sways

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SOURCES OF GREENHOUSE Gasses

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Sources of nursery gasses

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Methane Quantities Released by Different Sources in Tg

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Anthropogenic Methane Sources

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Anthropogenic Methane Sources

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions By Gas (1997)

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US Greenhouse Gas Emissions/capita &/$ GDP

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Sources of Gas (1997)

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US ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY ENERGY SOURCE

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US ENERGY CONSUMPTION (Quadrillion BTU)

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CO 2 EMISSIONS From FOSSIL FUEL COMBUSTION

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END USE SECTOR EMISSIONS OF CO 2 FROM FOSSIL FUEL

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SOURCES OF CH 4 (flatulates and burps)

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SOURCES OF N 2 O

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SOURCES OF HFCs, PCFs and SF 6

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Quiz http://yosemite.epa.gov/paddle/globalwarming.nsf/content/impacts.html

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