What is the effect of global warming in brunei?
Global warming is caused by the enhanced greenhouse effect.
Global warming is caused by the greenhouse effect. To some extent, ozone depletion is the result of global warming.
the green house effect is caused by global warming.
The enhanced greenhouse effect in our atmosphere is believed to be causing global warming.
No, chlorine has no effect on Global Warming.
They are not really the cause of global warming.
Yes. Global warming does affect the bioshpere.
No. The two are not the same. The natural greenhouse effect keeps the planet warm. The enhanced greenhouse effect causes global warming. Global warming causes climate change.
the green house effect called global warming,and the global warming is increasing day-by-day.
Global warming, but the two terms are not the same. The natural greenhouse effect keeps the planet warm. The enhanced greenhouse effect causes global warming. Global warming causes climate change.
Global warming is the cause of climate change. Climate change is the result of global warming.
Effect of global warming seems to be uppermost
No, Global warming has no effect on volcanoes. It's the other way round. Volcanoes can increase global warming slightly if the emit carbon dioxide. And they can reduce global warming for a while if their dust and ash block out and reflect the sun's rays.
Tides are the result of gravitational forces between the Earth and moon. Global warming would little effect on tidal patterns although sea levels can be affected by global warming.
Global warming refers to the rise in the global temperature due to the Greenhouse Effect. Global warming effects Antarctica's marine life by raising the temperature of the water, so that a lot of the fish are dying.
No the warming is only a warming of the atmosphere.
Greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide and methane, mostly) cause global warming by increasing their levels in the atmosphere. This turns the benign greenhouse effect into an accelerated greenhouse effect which is causing global warming.
No. The green house effect happens as a natural phenomenon, but excess of it is causing global warming on the Earth. Global warming can be caused by solar radiation, solar flares and the reduction of the magnetosphere.
The effects on global warming on the bioshere are snow everywhere and cold days... we might even freeze to death... global warming is so COLD.
yes, increases in greenhouse gasses are the dominant cause of global warming.
"Climate Change" and "Global Warming" are not the same, though related. Global Warming causes Climate Change. With Global Warming we understand the warming of the earth's global temperature. That warming has in turn an effect on the earth's global climate and on more localized climates (like the climate of England or Western US).
Global Warming... Global Warming is caused by Carbon Dioxide being trapped in the Earth's atmosphere. AKA the greenhouse effect.
natural disasters such as volcanic activity and bushfires augment the effect of global warming.
Global warming causes greenhouse effect. It then causes ozone depletion.
Global warming refers to gradual increase of the overall temperature of the atmosphere of the earth because of the greenhouse effect.
Global warming is the increase of greenhouse gases. It causes various problems including ozone depletion.
yes. It can.
It will be bad
Global warming does not alter the natural greenhouse effect. Man alters the natural greenhouse effect by deforestation and by burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas). This increases the levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, causing an enhanced (or accelerated) greenhouse effect which is causing global warming.
Due to Global Warming, Industries can be caused and the ( Air Pollution ) will spread everywhere. It can even effect people, animals, houses etc.,
Global warming or climate change. Not exactly. The greenhouse effect is a natural effect that has kept the earth warm enough for life for millions of years. Global warming is the result of the enhanced (or accelerated) greenhouse effect.
Global Warming will effect climate change in the Atmosphere. Increased rainfall will increase erosion in the Lithosphere.
The invention of the steam train had a lot of affect on Global Warming. This is because it creats pollution
Global warming causes hole in ozone layer. It is an effect of ozone depletion.
Global warming is melting the ice caps causing the sea level to rise.
Global warming has no effect on volcanoes. It's the other way round. Volcanoes can increase global warming slightly if the emit carbon dioxide. And they can reduce global warming for a while if their dust and ash block out and reflect the sun's rays.
There are no natural causes of global warming. What is natural is the greenhouse effect. The earth's carbon cycle and water cycle have supported a greenhouse effect in the atmosphere, which has kept the planet warm for as long as life has existed. This is natural, but it is not the global warming that is concerning the world.
Technology relies largely on electricity. Until technology can produce quick, clean, cheap renewable energy, then it will continue to have a bad effect on global warming.
The greenhouse effect is the trapping of heat by certain gases that have been identified as helping retain heat on our planet. The runaway greenhouse effect is causing global warming.
because glodal warming is bad
It is not. They are not both the same, in fact, they are cause and effect. Global warming is the warming of the earth. This warming is causing climate change.
No. That's what global warming is caused by.
Global Warming and Heat
the effect are unkwon
they will die
If it is in their habitat.
Yes street colours do effect global warming. A freshly painted street colour consists of some chemical compounds which go of in the atmosphere effecting global warming.
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