Radiation and Climate

Unit 6: Unit 7: Earth's Atmosphere
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: Student will be able to explain how solar radiation interacts with gases in the atmosphere to impact earth's climate as demonstrated by taking notes, performing computer activities, and watching videos.

Big Idea: The sun emits radiation which interacts with greenhouse gases to impact earth's climate.

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Science, Chemistry, Climate Change, climate, atmosphere (Science), carbon cycle, solar radiation, greenhouse gases, Gases, radiation, Gas Laws, boyle's law, Charles' Law
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