How are ozone and greenhouse gas alike?
Ozone and greenhouse gases have a very big similarity. Ozone is actually a greenhouse gas and has a very large greenhouse effect.
Ozone is a greenhouse gas. However there is little connection between the greenhouse effect and the ozone layer.
Ozone is also a greenhouse gas by nature. The only difference being that greenhouse gases do not absorb UV rays.
Greenhouse gases cause greenhouse effect. Ozone is a greenhouse gas.
Yes, ozone is a greenhouse gas. Any gas with three or more atoms in their molecule are greenhouse gases.
It doesn't. Ozone is a greenhouse gas.
Ozone is poisonous. It is a greenhouse gas.
Ozone is poisonous. It is a greenhouse gas.
No, it does not. The ozone layer is a greenhouse gas its self and so cant be damaged by greenhouse gases
Carbon dioxide depletes ozone. Other greenhouse gases also deplete ozone.
Ozone is also a greenhouse gas. But it also absorbs UV rays.
Ozone *is* a greenhouse gas. Some ozone is found in all layers of the atmosphere, but it does reach its peak cocentration in the lower stratosphere. Note that the glass of a greenhouse is not down next to the plants...
The ozone is a greenhouse gas itself. It can block heat at ground level. The ozone as a pollutant can cause stratospheric ozone depletion.
CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) destroy ozone.
no, but Ozone is
It results in greenhouse effect. It is because ozone is a greenhouse gas.
Ozone is a green house gas. But other greenhouse gases do not absorb UV rays.
Ozone is itself a greenhouse gas. It also traps heat inside it and acts as a greenhouse gas. However the amount of greenhouse effect that ozone causes is very less than the other gases which include water vapor, carbon-dioxide, methane, nitrous oxides and CFCs. However, the ozone layer has very little connection with the greenhouse effect.
The temperature increases in the troposphere. It is because of greenhouse gas, ozone.
Ozone is a greenhouse gas in nature too. It is a gas which absorbs heat when at lower levels.
The greenhouse gases are damaging the ozone layer. They can cause ozone depletion.
Lower ozone is bad. It is a greenhouse gas.
Yes, it does. It is a greenhouse gas and destroys the ozone.
The ozone present in troposphere is a pollutanat. It is also a greenhouse gas.
Yes, it is making. Ozone is itself a greenhouse gas.
Yes, ozone is a greenhouse gas. It acts like a pollutant at the surface level of the earth.
Carbon dixoide is the major gas. It depletes the ozone.
Ozone is a greenhouse gas at lower altitudes. It absorbs heat at the ground level.
Landfills often release a gas, methane, which is a greenhouse gas. It has little to do with the ozone layer.
Increase in amount of ozone will increase the temperature of the atmosphere. As Ozone is a greenhouse gas.
Ozone is a greenhouse gas. Increase in amount of ozone will increase the temperature of the atmosphere.
The ozone in the troposphere is not good as it acts as a greenhouse gas. This ozone increases the global warming.
Ozone layer does not allow UV to pass through which kill the greenhouse gas absorbing plankton. This avoids the greenhouse effect.
Ozone acts as a greenhouse gas too. It traps the heat emitted from the sun and does not allow it to exit.
Ozone is a greenhouse gas. It absorbs radiation and increases the temperature.
Methane is a greenhouse gas. It depletes ozone by causing global warming.
Ozone is characterized as bad in the troposphere. It is a pollutant and a greenhouse gas.
Absolutely! The depletion of ozone in the Antarctic is why science experts claim that the ice is not melting in the area. Ozone, any virtually all gases with three or more atoms is a greenhouse gas.
The ozone layer is believed to have issues with CFC's. Water vapor, the most common greenhouse gas, also affects the levels of ozone in our atmosphere. The issue of greenhouse gases though, is not normally connected to the concept of ozone depletion.
Carbon dioxide as we know is a greenhouse gas. It causes greenhouse effect. That effect causes depletion of ozone.
Greenhouse gases affect the ozone layer by decreasing it's temperature. Low temperature ozone depletes much faster.
Ozone at ground level is a pollutant. It is a greenhouse gas.
Carbon monoxide is a greenhouse gas. It can cause ozone depletion.
Carbon dioxide, water, and ozone are all known greenhouse gases.
There are both good and bad ozone on earth. The bad ozone is the ground ozone as it acts as a polluntant and a greenhouse gas.
A greenhouse gas is basically a gas that absorbs the sun's energy. They warm the the atmosphere of the Earth. The main greenhouse gases are CO2 (carbon dioxide), water vapor, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone. There are more greenhouse gases than this.
The depletion is caused by greenhouse gas. They are released as exhaust.
The methane in cattle's intestinal gas is greenhouse gas and could contribute to global climate change not ozone depletion.
Yes it does. It is a greenhouse gas.
Ozone at ground level is a problem. It acts as s greenhouse gas.