Global Warming Primer – Part 1

Since we are on the brink of major changes in our clean air laws related to Global Warming, I’d like to provide some brief descriptions of the science behind climate change. Part 1 is the definition of greenhouse gas (from the U.S. EPA web site):
Any gas that absorbs infra-red radiation in the atmosphere. Greenhouse gases include water vapor, carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), halogenated fluorocarbons (HCFCs) , ozone (O3), perfluorinated carbons (PFCs), and hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).

Check back periodically for entries in this series (Global Warming Primer, Parts 2 through ??). Contributions and comments are welcome.

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3 Responses to Global Warming Primer – Part 1

  1. artidharkoul says:

    Great content and very scientific, suggestion is you can also explain global warming by small models to explain to common people.

    More easy the content and less technical, people will find it more intersting…All the best and happy blogging

  2. stephen says:

    global warming is an excuse, it is bs. mother earth is doing nothing more than going threw a cycle that she has been doing for 100s of million yrs. th ones responsable for starting this global warming crap- get over heads out of your @$$>$ and help teach the importance of taking care of our plant and the resourses that she has to offer and what they can do for us if and when used properly. damn people this planet has been going thru these changes way before we arrived to over poppulate her. pls stop dictating bs to the public.

  3. Tom says:

    Try this web site for a good overview of the evidence regarding human impacts on climate change –