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The Greenhouse effects Marie Claudio-Cintron Mei Shen Chem 360 124 Burrill 06 March 2017 1
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News 2 Homework #4 has been posted, due next Monday before class starts (March 13th) 3 PM
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Kind reminder 3 Exam 1 answer key and grading rubrics have been posted in Compass 2G. Please check your exams and let us know if you have any questions on or before March 13th.
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Goals for Today 4 Introduction Mechanism of the greenhouse effect Green house effect (pros and cons)
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Greenhouse/Global Warming 5 Average global air T is expected to increase by several degrees as a result of the buildup of CO2 and other greenhouse gases.
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Global average temperature trend 6 Burning of: fossil fuels forest climate change extreme weather rising sea levels Acidity of oceans increases
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Keeling curve 7 The ongoing change in c of CO2 in Earth's Atmosphere since 1958 First instrument to measure CO2 First significant evidence of rapidly increasing CO2
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Future predictions 8 Question
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Question 20-1 9 Keeling curve has been used to describe the concentration of Which of the followings?
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