The planet(s) through solar radiation and the retention of a small portion of this heat through atmospheric gases.
The greenhouse effect is caused by the warming of the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, mostly water vapor and carbon dioxide. This is a natural effect that has gone on for millions of years.
The enhanced greenhouse effect, what we are experiencing now, is caused by the warming of the extra greenhouse gases that man is adding to the atmosphere, largely by burning fossil fuels, and by deforestation.
Global warming is caused by the enhanced greenhouse effect.
No. That's what global warming is caused by.
Global warming is caused by the greenhouse effect. To some extent, ozone depletion is the result of global warming.
Global Warming... Global Warming is caused by Carbon Dioxide being trapped in the Earth's atmosphere. AKA the greenhouse effect.
The dangerous type caused by the enhanced greenhouse effect.
Global warming in the atmosphere is the heat caused by the greenhouse effect. Carbon dioxide, methane and other greenhouse gases produced by industrial factories are the main causes of greenhouse effects.
The Greenhouse Effect.
The normal greenhouse effect keeps the earth warm enough for life. The accelerated greenhouse effect is the cause of global warming.
The greenhouse effect is the way the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere hold in the sun's heat and keep the earth warm. The earth's carbon cycle has been keeping this balanced for millions of years.The enhanced greenhouse effect (or accelerated greenhouse effect) is the warming effect caused by all the extragreenhouse gases put into the atmosphere in the past 200 years by burning fossil fuels. This carbon had been safely stored underground for millions of years.Global warming is the warming of the earth because of this enhanced greenhouse effect.
Yes they do share the same effect. Global warming is caused by greenhouse gases. These greenhouse gases block the temperature to troposphere. Thus heat cannot escape to Stratosphere.No
Water vapour is not considered to be one of the human-caused greenhouse gases contributing to global warming (through the enhanced greenhouse effect). But it IS a greenhouse gas contributing to the normal warming of the earth through the natural greenhouse effect. It does this through the earth's water cycle.