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How the Greenhouse Effect Causes Global Warming

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Over the past century, scientists have discovered an unprecedented rise of temperatures both on the land and in the sea. Evidently, the continued soaring of the Earth’s temperatures is said to result from over reliance on fossil fuel, a nonrenewable energy source to power industrial operations (DiMento and Doughman 68). As a result, greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide find their way to the atmosphere as industrial waste. The untimely discharge of these gases into the atmosphere is proven to cause irreparable damage to the ozone consequently compromising its capacity to shield the earth from harmful radiation. Ultimately, greenhouse emissions directly cause global warming by damaging the ozone.

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Climatology Climate forcing agents Physical geography Climate change Greenhouse gas Ozone Global warming Greenhouse effect
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Evidently, the continued soaring of the Earth’s temperatures is said to result from over reliance on fossil fuel, a nonrenewable energy source to power industrial operations (DiMento and Doughman 68). As a result, greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide find their way to the atmosphere as industrial waste. The untimely discharge of these gases into the atmosphere is proven to cause irreparable damage to the ozone consequently compromising its capacity to shield the earth from harmful radiation. Ultimately, greenhouse emissions directly cause global warming by damaging the ozone. Selected human activities such as plant operation, powering machinery, and manufacturing have heightened the demand for fossil fuel energy to extract and generate powe...
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