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Relative Effectiveness of Greenhouse Gases Some greenhouse gases produce a much greater impact on global warming than others. In scientific jargon, this is known as relative radiative forcing. The following table lists the effectiveness of a number of different gases. CFC s are commonly called Freon . The source of the table is http://www.meteor.iastate.edu/gccourse/forcing/images/image8a.gif , part of a web site on Global Change at Iowa State University. The purpose of the web site, according to the authors, is
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Unformatted text preview: to provide authoritative educational materials on global change. The web site itself is at http://www.meteor.iastate.edu/gccourse/ . This web site provides a wealth of useful information, and any student desiring more information about the topic than the present course has time to provide could usefully consult this site. Questions or comments? mailto:warburto@fau.edu Last updated: August 15, 2006...
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