Tag: global warming

Estimation of Atmospheric IR Absorption

We describe a method to numerically integrate the atmospheric absorption of infrared photons owing to carbon dioxide and water vapour in this paper. We also look into how water evaporation affects climate sensitivity. We give a prediction of a temperature increase of slightly under a fifth of a degree...
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Qualifying Earth’s Nature to be Able to Face the Latest Developments of the Climate Changes| Chapter 1 | Current Advances in Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences Vol.2

The effects of global warming on climate change are numerous. Melting world’s glaciers, desertification, and high-powered hurricanes are three of these consequences that have a severe impact on civilization and life on Earth. Melting world’s glaciers guides world’s sea level to extreme levels, threatening sinking of wide important areas...
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A Brief Study on Energy: The Link between GDP and Emissions

With more and more evidence validating the climate change hypothesis, the global energy-environment problem is unfolding. The accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is inextricably related to economic output, as measured by GDP. We show the exact correlations between GDP, energy consumption, and greenhouse gas emissions for the...
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Environmental Estrogen Equating with Aborted Blood, Contraceptive Menstrual Blood Contamination Depleting Ozone has Resulted in Global Hypoxia, Global Warming, and Global Recession

New age contraception and abortion [20th, 21st centuries] saw the emergence of new age global environmental threats such as global hypoxia, global warming, global recession, the disappearance of birds, fish, islands, tsunamis, tornadoes, cyclones, and earth quakes. ‘Estrogen-like particles are on the rise in the air, waters, and have...
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Recent Advancement on Climate Resilient Millets for Food and Nutrition Security: Time to Promote for All Seasons

Millets are climate-resilient crops that can adapt to a wide range of environmental conditions, needing less irrigation and providing greater growth and productivity in low-nutrient input conditions with little reliance on artificial fertilisers and a reduced vulnerability to environmental stresses. Millets, which are nutritionally superior, are also limited to...
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Evaluating the Effects of Synthesis Methods on the Catalytic Activity of Platinum and Osmium Supported on Titania for Carbon Monoxide Oxidation

Titania (Pt / TiO2, Os / TiO2) catalyst materials assisted by platinum and osmium were synthesised by solid solid (SSI), sol-gel (SGI) and incipient wetness impregnation (IWI) techniques. X-ray diffraction (XRD), SEM, Raman spectroscopy, surface area analysis (BET), and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy were used to characterise the catalysts....
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