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17 February, 03:47

How does the greenhouse effect work?

Greenhouse gases directly warm oceans and cause dramatic weather.

Greenhouse gases absorb the sun's energy, slowing or preventing heat from escaping into space.

Oceans absorb greenhouse gases, which cause the earth's temperature to rise.

Greenhouse gases reflect the sun's energy causing it to warm the earth.

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  1. 17 February, 05:11
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    The answer should be B.

    The greenhouse effect is when the sun gives us the heat and since global warming is putting too much carbon dioxide into our atmosphere the heat won't be able to leave the atmosphere. Or at least most of it wont be able to leave.

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