Climate Change

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Some people you know say they don't believe that the climate is changing. Respond in favor of the climate changing due to human causes.

Write a 800- to 1200-word response including:

  • How scientists learn about past global temperatures and climates.
  • The greenhouse effect.
  • Greenhouse gases and their role in current climate change.
  • One piece of data scientists offer to show that the climate is changing globally (see this NASA website: http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/ ).
  • Expected impacts of climate change in your area (this EPA website is very helpful: www3.epa.gov/climatechange/impacts/).

Format all work according to APA guidelines. A minimum of 2 APA references is needed. The area of change specifically is the NJ/NY metro area.

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School: UCLA

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Introduction
To understand atmosphere and make showed future desires, we need to perceive how and
why atmosphere has changed all through Earth history. Earth's atmosphere has encountered a
pack of changes in the midst of the 4.6 billion years of Earth history. For the flow week, we will
focus on how analysts comprehend how atmosphere has changed through time. Past atmospheres
can be assembled into three time traverses according to the sorts of data that are used to replicate
atmosphere conditions.
1. The Instrumental Records "Time" - The period (the previous 140 years around when we
have generally exact, quantitative, direct measures of climate, for example, temperature,
precipitation, and wind speeds.
2. The Historical Records "Time" - Accounts of climate and climate traverse just about the
whole time of recorded mankind's history. Verifiable records incorporate composed records of
dry spells, surges, particularly subzero winters, abnormally hot summers, and tempests and also
timing and nature of harvests and timing of regular changes. Such records do not have the
numerical exactness of cutting edge instrumental records, yet traverse an any longer timeframe.
Authentic records cover with the time period of the "Instrumental Records Era".
3. The Prehistoric "Period" of Paleoclimatology - likewise covers with the two more
advanced "times", while plumbing the profundities of the geologic history of Earth. Different
sorts of information furnish paleo-climatologists with data about the climates of old times. These
sorts of information are called intermediaries. Tree rings, ice centers from Greenland and
Antarctica, dregs from the bottoms of lakes and oceans, and numerous other common

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intermediary records of climatic conditions help us sort out the tale of Earth's climates before the
season of recorded mankind's history.
Types of Paleoclimate Proxies
Two components are utilized to portray sorts of paleoclimate intermediary information:
the range of the record and the determination of the record.


The range of an intermediary record lets us know how far back in time the record permits
us to peer



Resolution portrays the level of subtle element of an intermediary record.
To expand these records, paleo-climatolog...

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