Friday, September 6, 2013

How the Climate of Ohio is Being Effected by Humans

Climate of Ohio (1901-2010)


Below you will see two graph of the temperatures of Ohio from 1901-2010. One graph is the average temperature in April and the other in December. Although these graphs only show 110 years, you can see a steady rise in temperature, especially in April, but also in December. This steady rise in temperature could be due to several things, such as anthropogenic causes (coal burning).


In this pie chart you can see the amount of dangerous gases produced from global green house emissions.

The use of fossil fuels results in large amounts of Carbon Dioxide emissions which causes rises in temperature on land and on sea.

Carbon Dioxide is released in almost everything that humans rely on. This is apparent in the pie chart below. 

-Alex, Jordan, Marley

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