Global Warming Factors

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Weather is a day-to-day change in the atmospheric condition such as temperatures and humidity. The climate is the observed weather for an extended period hence it identifiable with specific locations. The climate system is made of the elements such as biosphere (living organisms), cryosphere (ice sheets, oceans, and atmosphere) and geosphere (rocks, soils, and sediments).All these factors influence the changes in the movement of heat on the environment, which leads to climate change. The oceans and lakes absorb carbon (IV) oxide, and the atmosphere is where the different gasses mix. Global climate change is the change in the typical pattern of the climates already established in various environment zones, for instances increase in the length of dry seasons. Global warming is the one principle factor of climate change. Global warming is the upsurge in the temperatures of the earth due to trapping of heat in the atmosphere. That said global warming seems to jeopardize almost everything from the extinction of …show more content…
Generally, the sun emits energy is a form of shortwaves which hits the earth and bounce back as long waves. The greenhouse gasses forms a layer on the atmospheres, which traps energy, reflect by the earth. The trapped energy elevates the earth temperatures. Carbon (IV) oxide which is the leading greenhouse gas results from burning of fossils fuels such as kerosene, tar, petrol, diesel to mention but a few. It is the goal of every individual to own a car hence increases the number of vehicles consequently leads to increase in the burning of fossils fuel which produces carbon (IV) oxide (Lallanilla, 2015). Moreover, electricity companies rely on burning of fossil fuels to produces electricity. Notably, the demand for electricity has spiked up this in return has resulted in the electricity companies producing more carbon (IV) oxide from burning of

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