GlobalWarming - Terry Crew BUS 120 April 25, 2009 Global...

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Terry Crew BUS 120 April 25, 2009 Global Warming
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The term "Global Warming" refers to the rising temperature incurred by the Earth at the cause of pollution caused by man, that causes the atmospheric gases to become dissolved, leaving the Earth subject to the harmful rays from the sun and space. The obvious effects of Global Warming are rising sea levels, and a high loss of ice and glacier content near the caps. The challenge of Global Warming is that it is an issue that the present day individual may not see the consequences of. It is a testament of our mortality for future generations to suffer. Greenhouse gases, which were discovered by Joseph Fourier in 1824, are being destroyed by the growing pollution threat. Carbons released by factories and automobiles attack these protective gases, causing the planet to become unprotected from harmful rays (as well as heat). Global dimming is an effect that has been able to combat a small amount of Global Warming. As GW is the loss of protection, Global dimming has been able to assist slightly. Just
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course BUS 120 taught by Professor Archer during the Spring '11 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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GlobalWarming - Terry Crew BUS 120 April 25, 2009 Global...

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