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Effects of Greenhouse Gases on Climate Change

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Queensland and NSW Laboratory provides different environmental consultancy service. The Earth has become warm over the past century and that much of the observed warming has been due to increases in the release of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The most significant of these greenhouse gases is carbon dioxide.

Most of the climate change that is likely to be observed over the next few decades will result from greenhouse gases already present in the atmosphere. It is unlikely that greenhouse gases will be stabilised in the atmosphere for several decades and therefore, climate patterns will continue to change.

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