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The Greenhouse Effect
Green House Effect: When the Earth's  atmosphere traps the sun's radiation. This is the result of such gases as water vapor, carbon dioxide and methane. Climate Change (Global Warming): is a  process by which the Earths' atmosphere is changing over a period of time. Some of the causes are; to the build up of green house gases, the Earths orbit, variations in solar activity, plate tectonics, volcanoes, deforestation and lastly human activity.
Climate  is
the prevailing weather conditions (winds, temperature, air pressure, humidity, rain, sunshine, and cloudiness) of a region or the earth over a long period of time i.e. decades, centuries and longer periods of time. Weather on the other hand is the condition of a region or Earth over a short period of time such as days or weeks.
Geography Global Warmin Climate Change Science Weather Glossary
Geography Climate Change Science Weather Glossary
Online Books
Global warming: a very short introduction Atmospheric pollution: history, science, & regulation
Environmental Chemistry World Atlas of Atmospheric Pollution
Online Resources
Dept of Energy Bad Greenhouse National Geographic Society
Earth Guide PhysicalGeography.net Wikipedia Greenhouse Gas
BBC News Scholarly Articles Wikipedia Greenhouse Effect
A Student Guide to Greenhouse Affects Greenhouse Gases, Climate Change, &  Energy