Selasa, 05 Maret 2013

Environmental damage

Environmental damage will indirectly have an impact on global climate change. Where global climate change will clearly affect the pattern of human life, and of course negatively. That in fact climate change is caused by the so-called greenhouse gases as a result of the greenhouse effect that occurs because of damage to the atmosphere. The atmosphere should be able to withstand and protect life on earth from solar radiation attacks and reduce the extreme temperature difference in day and night, damage or changes in the structure of the constituent gases and gas-gas experience thinning. Beam of sunlight that reaches the earth after partially absorbed, others should be reflected back, that will cause gas to accumulate solar radiation that would result in what is called the greenhouse effect (due to natural events is similar to the incident in a greenhouse) gases that hot-containing gas are retained and remain in the (under) the atmosphere to the earth warm. So in fact the greenhouse effect is a natural and harmless. Because, if there is no greenhouse effect as the temperature of the earth is very cold, there is a mention of the earth's temperature 30 degrees lower than today.
However, due to various human activities, especially industrialization and transport, causing the greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere continue to rise. As a result, there was a change in the composition of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere due to the destruction order of atmospheric gases that make the results of the solar radiation is not balanced composition. Damage to the balance of the gas that is causing climate change on Earth. This then leads to the radiation that is reflected back by the earth's surface into space constrained, causing the accumulation of heat in the atmosphere.
As a result, the average temperature of the earth increases. This event is called global warming. Increasing the average temperature of the earth surface cause changes in other climate elements, such as rising ocean temperatures, increased evaporation in the air, and the changing patterns of rainfall and air pressure that ultimately alter the world's climate patterns. This event became known as climate change.

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