Why the name greenhouse?
Almost everything you grow in a greenhouse is 'green'.
Martha Greenhouse's birth name is Martha Miriam Greenhouse.
The purpose of greenhouse gases is to maintain temperature. It is where it got its name.
two greenhouse gases are carbon dioxide and methane
CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) destroy ozone.
Kind of guessing, but I think its called the Greenhouse Effect.
The word greenhouse is a common noun. A proper noun is a word for a specific person, place, thing, or a title. The name Gordon Greenhouse or the business Griffin Greenhouse in Knoxville TN are proper nouns.
The greenhouse effect is the natural process by which greenhouse gases keep the earth's temperature at a comfortable level suitable for human existence. The enhanced greenhouse effect is the increase in greenhouse gases that is leading to global warming. The term "enhanced greenhouse effect" is also referred to as the "anthropogenic greenhouse effect" and is the idea that humans may have an effect on global climate. It is also referred to as the "runaway greenhouse… Read More
A greenhouse, or a glasshouse in a garden keeps the air inside warmer. Gardeners use greenhouses to grow fruit etc in cold climates. It gives its name to the greenhouse effect because greenhouse gases retain the sun's heat and keep the earth warm.
The Greenhouse Frog received its name because it prefers to live in areas of moisture like greenhouses and gardens.
There really is no other term for the effect of greenhouse gases besides the greenhouse effect. Other associated terms for what the effects cause include: Global Warming Global Climate Change Climate Change Greenhouse Gas Effect
There are many gases which contribute to the greenhouse effect. Some have a more potent effect than others. The following are considered to be greenhouse gases; the number after the name indicates the equivalent greenhouse gas effect compared to the carbon dioxide effect (the principal man-made greenhouse gas): Water vapor Carbon dioxide
Co2 CH4 tetrachlorofluro carbon CFCs (sulfur hexafluoride, HFCs, and PFCs) nitrous oxide Water Vapor is still the primary greenhouse gas making up over 75% of the greenhouse effect.
What is the chemical name of a greenhouse gas that contains carbon and oxygen A Carbon Dioxide B Nitrogen Dioxide C Sulfur Oxide D Laughing Gas?
The chemical name of a greenhouse gas that contains carbon and oxygen is carbon dioxide.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Eleutherodactylus planirostris.
What is the scientific name or taxonomic classification of the Insect Species the Greenhouse Whitefly?
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Trialeurodes vaporariorum.
Someone named stanley something. I don't know his last name
The answer is Kyoto protocol.
carbon dioxide co2
The following five are greenhouse gases, the number after the name indicates the equivalent greenhouse gas effect compared to carbon dioxide (the principal man-made greenhouse gas): Carbon dioxide (CO2) = 1 Methane (CH4) = 21 Nitrous oxide (N2O) = 298 Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) = 22,200 Chlorinated fluorocarbons (CFCs) = 1000 to 9000
What is the name of the treaty in which individual countries agree to reduce greenhouse gas emissions?
The Kyoto Protocol.
What is the name of the effect that causes the warming of the atmosphere because of trapped heat from the sun?
The Greenhouse Effect.
Carbon di oxide, methane, CFC to name a few
The greenhouse effect is the name for runaway plant growth because if nitrogen fixation.
The warming of the earth due to increased levels of carbon dioxide is called the Greenhouse effect. Global warming is a result of the greenhouse effect.
Greenhouse effect is based on a Greenhouse
The greenhouse gases contribute to the greenhouse effect. Greenhouse gases are inescapable.
Greenhouse gases cause greenhouse effect. Ozone is a greenhouse gas.
Carbon dioxide and methane are both greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gases hold the earth's heat in the greenhouse effect. Too much of these gases is causing global warming. Carbon dioxide (CO2) and Methane (CH4) are transparent to visible light energy but somewhat opaque to thermal or infrared radiation or energy. They allow light energy in but block the out going radiation somewhat, precisely the way glass in a greenhouse does. Hence the name greenhouse gases.
They are called "greenhouse gases" because, like the glass of a greenhouse, they capture heat energy being re-radiated (as infrared rays) from the Earth.
What is the name for the principle explaining how thermal energy is trapped near the surface of the earth?
it's the greenhouse effect
What was the name of the plant that Harry Potter caught professor slughorn was taking clippings from in the greenhouse?
The greenhouse effect is started when the greenhouse gases are combined.
that depends on the temperature outside the greenhouse and the size of the greenhouse ect..
The greenhouse effect is the natural way that the Earth keeps warm. Too many extra greenhouse gases turn the greenhouse effect into an enhanced greenhouse effect. The enhanced, or accelerated, greenhouse effect is causing global warming.
Carbons Dioxide, usually abbreviated as CO2. Other greenhouse gasses are water vapor, nitrous oxide, methane and ozone. But CO2 is the most common one. CO2
Water vapor. It accounts for almost all of the green house effect, over 70%. CO2 accounts for 5%. A: The main greenhouse gas as far as global warming is concerned is carbon dioxide.
Oxygen is not a greenhouse gas. It deceases the greenhouse gases.
The name given to gases that trap heat and cause global warming is Greenhouse gases.
I am not 100% sure but i think it is called "Greenhouse gases"
What is the name of the international protocol that calls for nations to cut their emissions of greenhouse gasses?
I think it's the Kyoto protocol.
Greenhouse gasses are the cause of Global Warming.
CH4 is a compound with the name "methane". It is also is a greenhouse gas.
Leo Kottkey's fourth album was named "Greenhouse." It was released in 1972.
A greenhouse gas is a gas in the atmosphere that takes in and releases radiation. The greenhouse effect is more of a process in which radiation is emitted in different directions after being absorbed by greenhouse gases.
there are various greenhouse gases in earth atmosphere. the most common of them all is CO2 and methane. these gases lock up the heat energy came from the solar radiation and increases the temperature of the earth atmosphere.
What is the greenhouse effect? There are two meanings of the term "greenhouse effect". There is a "natural" greenhouse effect that keeps the Earth's climate warm and habitable. There is also the "man-made" greenhouse effect, which is the enhancement of Earth's natural greenhouse effect by the addition of greenhouse gases from the burning of fossil fuels (mainly petroleum, coal, and natural gas).
What is the causes of greenhouse?