Global Warming

TheGlobalWarming an infographic by Seungho Yang 0.61 Trend in global average surface temperature 15.68 0.4 Sun 15.48 0.2 15.28 15.08 -0.2- 1458 Atmospheric CO, Level 04 320 parton 1468 alamulau l ulaulauulauluulmulumnt go 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 Souce Schoolafervimentaladences dimaticrenarchunit, Univesit of Eant Angle. Norwich. Unted Kingdom. 190. however, Earth re-emits radiation, which becomes trapped by greenhouse gases approx. 69% of approx. 31% of solar radiation is reflected back into space solar radiation is absorbed main components of greenhouse gases include carbon-dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, CFC-12, HCFC-22, perfluoromethane and sulphur hexa-flouride US, the greatest contributor of greenhouse effect, producing 30.3% of the total carbon-dioxide emission Sources: Anioconvenient Truth: United Nations Environment Programme University of Oregon

Global Warming

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The Global Warming debate continues and this infographic explores looks at some of the facts. The earth’s surface temperature, the greenhouse effect, and solar radiation is where it all begins.


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