SCI 207 WEEK 4 LABORATORY

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The effect of Greenhouse GasesSCI 2071.Identify natural and human-made causes of climate change visible in the computer simulation. According to the computer model, how have sources of heat-trapping pollution changed from 1750 to today? How does the simulation predict they will change by 2050?In the computer simulation livestock and the environment, that is organisms in the environment that contribute to methanogeneis contribute to natural causes of climate change. Human-made causes, well there are just so many to identify and list everyone, but everything we as humans do has an effect on how much greenhouse gas is produced and how it effects the climate. According to the computer model heat trapping pollution has increased as humanity has increased in size, its industrial and commercial uses, how we live and commute, etc. The model shows that heat trapping pollution will only get worse as we reach the year 2050.2.According to the computer model and your readings, which source(s) of heat-trapping pollution contribute the most to climate change? Explain. According to the computer model and our readings n2o or Nitrous Oxide contributes the most to heat

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