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Climate Change

Teacher: Melissa
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An odorless, colorless, flammable gas; a major constituent of natural gas.
A colorless, odorless, incombustible gas formed during respiration, combustion and organic decomposition, and used in food refrigeration, carbonated beverages, inert atmospheres, fire extinguishers and aerosols.
Long-term pattern of weather that characterizes an area.
Having to do with man, or caused by humans.
The movement of gaseous water (water vapor) from the Earth's surface to the atmosphere.
Anthropogenic aerosol compound containing chlorine, fluorine and carbon that is used in propellants, refrigerants and solvents.
Matter such as dust and soot that is suspended in the air.
The arrangement of the natural and artificial physical features of an area.
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Substance that is released or discharged, usually into the air.
A change in the long-term weather patterns that is characteristic of regions of the world.
Short-term changes in temperature, wind, and/or precipitation in a region.
Gases such as water vapor, carbon dioxide and methane that are relatively transparent to the short wavelength solar radiation that emanates from the sun but that are fairly opaque to the longer wavelength thermal radiation that emanates from the surface of a planet.
A property of ecosystems related to the number of different plant and animal species they contain.
To adjust to changes in environmental variables.
Deposits of organic matter that have been altered over geologic time (since the Earth's formation) and can be burned for energy; for example, coal, crude oil and natural gas.
The responsive adjustment to varying conditions.
Major division of the ecological communities on Earth characterized by the plant and animal life of that region.