6_05 Lab - 6. Write up your findings in a lab format. Data:...

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Title: 6.05 CLIMATE CHANGE LAB Deniz Gul Elizabeth Angley 02/20/11 Climate Change Objective: Understanding the importance of feedback for determining the severity of global warming. Observe that the response to greenhouse forcing can take many years. Seasonal and hemispheric variations in climate Process of creating line and bar graphs Procedure: 1. Set up 2 experiments 2. Choose 1 independent variable for each experiment 3. Develop a hypothesis for each experiment 4. Run the experiment to find the results 5. Compare your hypothesis to the actual results
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Write up your findings in a lab format. Data: Experiment #1 Independent variable: Greenhouse Forcing Experiment # 2 Independent variable: Rise Time Conclusion: As the Greenhouse forcing decreased in experiment 1, all three dependent variables decreased, and the temperature stayed the same over 100 years. As the rise time increased in experiment 2, all three dependent variables stayed the same, and the temperature decreased over 100 years....
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6_05 Lab - 6. Write up your findings in a lab format. Data:...

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