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Lecture 11

EESA Notes Lecture 11

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University of Toronto Scarborough
Environmental Science
Jovan Stefanovic

Lecture 11 Global Climate Change and Human HealthHuman activities sped up the change in climate climate changes which occur naturally are acceptable howeverIn sections of global temperature graphs over periods of years where cold parts are displayed are called glaciations and are very long 100 000 years On the other hand the warmer periods were called interglaciation period which were relatively brief 10 000 to 20 000 yearsThe last ice age was approximately 12 000 years agoThe Earths Natural GreenHouse EffectEnergy from the Sun warms the EarthIs partly responsible for Earths biodiversityEnergy radiates back toward spaceWater vapour clouds CO and other gases are heated and they then radiate the heat in all 2directions either into space or warms the air and the Earths surfaceGreen House GasesExamples of green house gases are water vapour CO CH NO 242 Carbon dioxide levels dramatically increasedCHmeth
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