It works as follows; -
Earths atmosphere acts like a greenhouse, warming our planet just like an ordinary greenhouse in the garden warms the air inside its glass walls. Instead of glass, the gases in the atmosphere let in solar energy in the form of short-wave, infra-red radiation, yet prevents the re-radiated long-wave radiation out.
This report will strive to explain in a little more detail the specifics of "The greenhouse Effect" and outline issues occurring as a result.
This illustration shows how the glass in a normal Greenhouse acts in much the same way as gases in the air.
The Earth's atmosphere, defined as a blanket of gases enveloping the planet held by the gravitational force of the earth, stretches for 560 kilometres from the surface of Earth and like the planet itself, consists of several different layers. Without the atmosphere, the greenhouse gas
The lowest level of the atmosphere - the troposphere- is approximately 14.5 kilometres high from the surface of the earth. Within this layer of our atmosphere, undergo many chemical and physical changes, many of which help determine and is responsible for Earths weather and temperature.
Within the troposphere layer, the important and complex process known as "The Greenhouse Effect" takes place.
Our life takes place in the troposphere, which reaches from the Earth's surface to the top of...