7.2 Greenhouse Gases Radiative Forcing Effect

IB Environmental Systems & Societies: 7.2 Greenhouse Gases Radiative Forcing Effect

Greenhouse gases have a positive radiative forcing effect on atmospheric temperature. Radiative forcing is the difference between the incoming solar radiation and the amount of energy radiated back. We can investigate the impact of different greenhouse gases on changes in temperature following radiation. This experiment is full or errors but is good material for making students think about the topic and practicing their...


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