The greenhouse gas effect is that process in which infrared radiation emitted from an atmosphere of another planet warms the surface of the other planet to a higher temperature than what it is without the atmosphere. This greenhouse gas effect occurs because greenhouse gases trap heat much better than air does.
In the atmosphere, there are three greenhouse gases, oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide. Ozone is responsible for a part of the greenhouse effect. This type of gas is produced by the reactions of oxygen and ozone that results from ultraviolet light.
This gas can only be produced on earth due to the presence of hydrogen, and the reactions between them. Because of this hydrogen can only exist under certain conditions.
Carbon dioxide is also responsible for some of the greenhouse effects. When you breathe in the air, it contains some amount of carbon dioxide. This carbon dioxide absorbs heat from the sun and gives off infrared radiation. In other words, the infrared radiation absorbed by the air molecules in the air heats up the air molecules. This process produces carbon dioxide.
The other greenhouse gas that is responsible for some of the warming of the earth is methane. Methane is a far more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. The methane is released during the natural decomposition of organic materials and this process gives off about the same amount of infrared radiation as the carbon dioxide. The methane is also the fastest way to move to the surface of the earth, so this gas has the same effect.
The greenhouse gas effect also occurs because the greenhouse gases trap the heat much better than the air does. Because the air cannot hold the amount of heat produced by the greenhouse gases, the Earth can only hold a small amount of heat, whereas the greenhouse gases can hold a large amount of heat and hold onto it for longer periods of time.
The greenhouse gases that are responsible for the greatest heating of the earth, and the warming of the surface of the earth, are methane and carbon dioxide. These are the main greenhouse gases that are responsible for the greenhouse warming effect.
Carbon dioxide and Methane
Carbon dioxide and methane can be removed from the atmosphere through venting from the natural sources or they can be captured by chemical processes. These gases are removed by venting into the atmosphere through venting. When natural sources are used, the chemicals will break down the gas into its component parts, leaving it in its most basic form, carbon dioxide and methane.
The greenhouse gases that are responsible for the warming of the surface of the earth are carbon dioxide, which acts as a greenhouse gas, and methane. The other greenhouse gases are also very much important in the overall warming of the Earth. They are not considered to be greenhouse gases, they are not the primary cause of warming the earth.
One example of this is methane and ozone layer. There have been studies on how the greenhouse gases are acting on the ozone layer of the atmosphere. It has been shown that methane acts to thin out the ozone layer in the upper atmosphere, while at the same time allowing more ultraviolet radiation to enter the Earth’s atmosphere.
This allows more heat to enter the upper atmosphere where the ozone layer is thinner and absorbs more UV rays while reducing the amount of infrared radiation entering the earth. As a result, more heat enters the lower atmosphere and the planet to warm up.
Another example of how greenhouse gases affect the atmosphere is with the amount of water vapour being in the atmosphere. The greenhouse gases are known to be responsible for the water vapour entering the earth.
Since greenhouse gases reduce the amount of humidity, the amount of water vapour entering the atmosphere increases. This causes water vapour condensation, which acts to raise the temperature of the surface of the earth.
Since the greenhouse gases increase the moisture content of the air, they cause evaporation. Which however causes the water vapour to evaporate and condense and form clouds. Cloud cover makes it harder for sunlight to get into the atmosphere, forcing the infrared radiation.