Theoretical overview of atmosphere and its phenomenal change

Atmosphere

Authors

  • Aishwarya Dhara Assistant Professor – PSN College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli

Keywords:

Atmosphere, Ozone Layer, Oxygen Cycle

Abstract

Our atmosphere as we know it has been with us until the dawn of the creation of earth and its components. The atmosphere is the reason earth is able to sustain life on earth as we know it. Earth as a whole is able to change its routine pattern of climate and give a much decided function of seasons and temperature change thus making earth one of the only places in our milky way to be more life friendly than any planets out there. In this article we will see the facts governing our Atmosphere and how in time the composition of our Atmosphere has changed and also see what these changes has brought to the table in a perspective of everyday human condition on our planet and dear mother nature.

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Theoretical overview of atmosphere and its phenomenal change

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Published

2017-12-01

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Aishwarya Dhara, “Theoretical overview of atmosphere and its phenomenal change: Atmosphere”, TEMSJ, vol. 1, no. 3, Dec. 2017.

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