Carbon dioxide (CO2) that is part of the carbon cycle. Thiscarbon moves through the oceans, land and atmosphere naturally.This CO2 has been keeping the earth comfortably warm …for millionsof years. . Carbon dioxide that comes from the burning of fossil fuels(coal, oil and natural gas) in industry, transport and thegeneration of electricity. This has been hidden underground for 300million years and is contributing to global warming.
Carbon dioxide is the waste product of the process of respiration in plants and animals and it is also released into the atmosphere by active volcanoes. The burning of c…oal and wood
Riding a bicycle is carbon neutral, which means it has no carbon footprint. It does not increase the amount of carbon dioxide in the air. Many other human activities, partic…ularly sports and exercise are carbon neutral. But whenever you turn on some electrical gadget or ride in a fossil fueled vehicle you start increasing the carbon dioxide in the air.
Yes. Cutting down trees will increase carbon dioxide levels.
Carbon dioxide can be added to the air by nature or by people and their activities. Two Natural ways: Decomposition of dead plants and animals Animal/plant respiration Two M…an-made contributions: Burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) Industrial processes (factories)
Carbon dioxide can be added to the air by nature or by people and their activities. Three Natural ways: Forest fires and VolcanoesDecompositionAnimal/plant respiration Three …Man-made contributions: Burning fossil fuelsClearing forests by burningIndustrial processes
Carbon Dioxide, oxygen and nitrogen are examples of 3 gasses that are exchanged in the alveoli in the lungs.
Bushfires burn wood and vegetation, releasing carbon dioxide into the air, but they do not have a long-term effect on total atmospheric carbon dioxide levels. This is because …the new growth that follows the busfire will eventually absorb the same amount of carbon as the trees that were burnt.
kiira says it may get to the stage where it will kill us:)
The increase of carbon dioxide in the air, which has been happening since the start of the Industrial Revolution, is called the enhanced greenhouse effect. Carbon dioxide …(CO 2 ) is a greenhouse gas, the increase in the atmosphere holds more heat. This is the main cause of global warming.
By burning fossil fuels (mainly oil, natural gas and coal)(5%)via the so called Carbon Cycle (oceans and vegetation emit carbon dioxide yet also capture it again (94%) volcan…oes (though their annual emissions are much smaller than those of fossil fuels)(less then 1%)
Forests store carbon, sequestering it from the atmosphere. Deforestation means the timber may be used and eventually converted to carbon dioxide, or left to rot, which also me…ans that it is converted to carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas responsible for global warming. Either way, deforestation contributes to increasing carbon dioxide levels and consequently the global warming process.
It means that there is more carbon dioxide (unbreathable air) gets in to are air
make the water colder
What are two ways that the burning of rainforests leads to an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide?
The burning of rainforests releases carbon dioxide (CO2) intothe atmosphere, as the combustion of anything does. . When the rainforests are destroyed they no longer are able …toremove CO2 from the atmosphere. Both these things lead to an increase in atmospheric carbondioxide..