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Non-Climatically Factors Causing Weather Changes

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Climate change refers to the oscillations in earth global or regional climate in time interval and defines those changes that fluctuate with mean atmospheric conditions or average weather (common) in timescale intervals which fluctuate between decades to million years. These changes may have been resulted from earth internal processes or forces beyond it (like oscillations in sun light intensity) or in recent times due to activities related to the man-made climatically changes. Especially in recent application in the subject of environment policy, the expression of; climate change; often refers to the current changes in new climate. The subject of climate change and its possible effects on different social and educational sections has been raised as one of the human technological challenges. Recent studies show that radiations forces due to greenhouse gases are the main factors for global warming. Greenhouse gases also have an important role in understanding earth climate history. Based on these studies greenhouse effect which produces heat due to trapping of heat by greenhouse gases has a key role in adjusting earth temperature, This article has investigated the non-climatically factors causing weather changes



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