How do light and temperature effect life?
They effect ocean life. Temperature effects salinity, oxygen and new generation, body temperature of animals (2 degrees can stress some fishes to death) P.H. value effects lifes of plants and animals, under currents of the oceans
Life cannot exist on Venus because Venus is too hot for life to exist. Most of the gas on Venus is made up of Co2, and this causes a greenhouse effect that is really extreme. The clouds in Venus atmosphere reflect most of the Sun's light, so that isn't the reason Venus is so hot. Venus is so hot because of the greenhouse effect, which absorbs the Sun's light. The sun light that is trapped…
If the earth didnt have a greenhouse effect, then the earth would freeze because it wouldnt trap sunlight. greenhouse effect is beneficial for maintaining the temperature of earths atmosphere in such a way that life is possible on it without green house effect the atmospheric conditions would be too cold for life.
The atmosphere. The ozone layer absorbs UV radiation, and atmosphere also controls temperature through the greenhouse effect, which allows the earth's temperature to be suitable for life. If there was no greenhouse effect then the earths average temperature would be -14oC instead of the actual 15oC.
Temperature has no effect on light. Intense gravity has the ability to bend the path of light slightly. The effect is so small that it was undetected until less than 100 years ago. It was predicted in theory, a sensitive experiment was set up to look for it, and the effect was observed as a slight bending of a distant star's light that passed close to the sun on its way to earth.
well there are a few things... the ozone will be completely depleted and we will all burn from the sun getting through or... the greenhouse gases we cause will effect the temperature and cause it to increase so much to temperature will be to high for human life to survive..... cause and effect my friend cause and effect.
It is related to the black-body effect, where an object appears black (it absorbs the full visible spectrum of light) at room temperature but it starts emitting visible light when its temperature is rising (the coal is burning). The hotter the lump of coal, the more the light you see will be toward UV, unless the coal is consumed.
Natural global warming keeps the Earth at a livable temperature for most earthly life. Without a natural greenhouse effect, the temperature of the Earth would be about zero -0Â°C (-18oF) instead of its present 14Â°C (57Â°F) In this regard it is "effective". Enhance global warming due to man's influence is increasing the temperature beyond the natural levels, No standards or comparison for it being "effective" are available. The gases causing the enhanced green house impact…
No; the effect of temperature is rather small, insignificant for most purposes. No; the effect of temperature is rather small, insignificant for most purposes. No; the effect of temperature is rather small, insignificant for most purposes. No; the effect of temperature is rather small, insignificant for most purposes.
Depending on where were talking about and what type of light. The sun will obviously have a greater effect than a lamp of some sort but yes light creates heat atleast to a certain extent that's why days are normal temperature some times but when u turn off the lights and it starts to get dark the air becomes cooler.