Greenhouse Consequences?

Answer The greenhouse effect refers to an excessive amount of greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide, accumulating in the Earth's atmosphere and preventing the heat emitted by objects warmed by the s... Read More »

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The Consequences of Enhanced Greenhouse Effects?

Greenhouse gases, including water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide, retain heat in the Earth's atmosphere, producing the greenhouse effect. The greenhouse effect maintains temperatu... Read More »

Greenhouse growers often add carbon dioxide to the air in the greenhouse What is the advantage of doing this?

All plants need carbon dioxide to complete photosynthesis. Mammals take in oxygen and breath out CO2. It is the exact opposite for plants. The stomata on the plants act as lungs for the CO2 to ente... Read More »

Why is a greenhouse called a greenhouse?

because the plants growing inside are green. It is designed to help things grow.

Is NO2 a Greenhouse Gas?

NO2, also known as nitrogen dioxide, is an indirect greenhouse gas. Nitrogen oxides consist of one nitrogen atom in association with any amount of oxygen atoms. These molecules combine with substan... Read More »