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GLOBAL WARMING (n)

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  1. GLOBAL WARMING(n)

  2. LECTURE OUTLINE(N)

  3. What is(hv) global warming(n)?

  4. Carbon Dioxide (CO2) (n) Fossil fuels(n) (coal, oil, natural gas) How Global Warming(n) Works(v)

  5. Example of the Greenhouse Effect(n) The Sun’s(n) energy passes(v) through the car’s windshield(n). This energy (heat) is trapped(v) inside the car and cannot pass(v) back through the windshield(n), causing(v) the inside(n) of the car(n) to warm up(v).

  6. Effects of Global Warming Increased(adj)Temperature(n) Rising(v) Sea Level(n) Habitat(n) Damage(v) and Species(n) Affected(v) Changes(v) in(prep) Water Supply(n)

  7. What’s the(art.) proof(n) that global warming(n) is taking(v) place?

  8. 2004 1914 Portage Glacier(n) • Alaska

  9. Colorado River(n) • Arizona June 2002 Dec 2003

  10. Why is global(n) warming happening(v)?

  11. Burning(v) of Fossil Fuels(n) Pollution from coal, natural gas, and oil Pollution(n) from coal(n), natural gas(n), and oil(n) Pollution from coal, natural gas, and oil

  12. When did global warming(n) start(v)?

  13. Global Atmospheric Concentration(n) of CO2(n)

  14. How is(hv) global warming(n) measured(v)?

  15. CO2 Concentrations Temperature (Northern Hemisphere) 1000 Years of CO2 and Global Warming Degree Celsius Increase Parts Per Million 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 Year Year

  16. Global Warming:Shifting(v) Gears(n)

  17. What’s being done(v) now to reduce(v) our(pn) emissions(n)? Wind Power(n) Solar Power(n) Fuel-Efficiency(n)

  18. What can you(pn) do to help(av) solve(v) the(art) problem(n)?