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Description

Laurent Bopp links the greenhouse gases emissions with the climate evolution. He highlights the existence of - positive or negative - feedbacks in the earth system, which are able to amplify or to reduce some sorts of impacts. He brings several examples.

État

  • Labellisé

Langues

  • Anglais
  • Non français

Types

  • Grain audiovisuel
Greenhouse gases: description, sources and radiative effects
Greenhouse gases: description, sources and radiative effects
Carbon cycle: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Carbon cycle: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Absorption of carbon by terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
Absorption of carbon by terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
The methane cycle
The methane cycle
Nitrous oxide: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Nitrous oxide: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Other greenhouse gases: the ozone and halogenated compounds
Other greenhouse gases: the ozone and halogenated compounds
Big cities and greenhouse gases: present and future
Big cities and greenhouse gases: present and future
Greenhouse gases: description, sources and radiative effects
Greenhouse gases: description, sources and radiative effects
Carbon cycle: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Carbon cycle: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Absorption of carbon by terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
Absorption of carbon by terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
The methane cycle
The methane cycle
Nitrous oxide: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Nitrous oxide: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Other greenhouse gases: the ozone and halogenated compounds
Other greenhouse gases: the ozone and halogenated compounds
Big cities and greenhouse gases: present and future
Big cities and greenhouse gases: present and future

Contributeurs

Laurent Bopp

CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique