inconveint truth lab - Nate Strick GEOSCI 201 Lab: due...

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Nate Strick GEOSCI 201 Lab: due September 19, 2007 Question 1) The earth’s atmosphere is thickening, which will have dramatic and rapid effects of the Earth’s climate. Carbon Dioxide levels in the atmosphere have gone up since Roger Kevelle first started measuring carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in 1958. More carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will cause the temperature to go up. Visible loss of glaciers in Glacier National Park and Mount Kilimanjaro. Scientific trends show steady increase of carbon dioxide and temperature over the last thousand years. Ten of the hottest years on record have occurred in the last fourteen years, 2005 was the hottest. 200 cities and towns set all time high temperature records in 2005, not only single day highs but also stretches of record breaking temperatures. The average temperature of the oceans has increased since the temperature of the ocean was first taken. In 2004, there was a new record for the number of tornadoes in the United States, as well
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course GEOSCI 201 taught by Professor Stixrude during the Spring '06 term at University of Michigan.

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