Green House Effect & Global Warming
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The two main green house gases are water vapour and CO2 which are controlled by the hydrological cycle and CO2, which is controlled by the global carbon cycle. It is found that an increase in 0.5 degree C temperature and 5 to 10 cm rise in sea level over a period of 100 years. This is due to constant increase in concentration of green house gases in the atmosphere by human activities, such as deforestation, industrialization, increased burning of fossil fuel, mining, exhaust from automobiles and other anthropogenic activities.
Impact of Green house effect and global warming:
Due to global warming rise of 1.5degree C temperature can adversely affect the food production; biological activity, increased breeding of pest and diseases.
Some of the harmful effects are listed below.
Measures to control or limit Global Warming
Some of the measures to check Global warming are: