Session 1: Global Climate System
The Earth's climate mainly revolves around the two common terms such as Weather and climate. Generally, Weather researches exploits the short term events such as the formation, movement and prediction of the common weather results like low pressure and hurricanes while the climate researches concerned with the long term prediction of the atmosphere, which whirls around the queries like Possibilities, frequencies and intensities of the Hurricanes. The climate change and the climatic conditions have impacts on human since we appeared on planet. For example, the glaciation of earth will reduce the human to a tiny population. The climate system involves the three main factors of the atmosphere i.e. the solar radiation, Temperature changes, and the climate variability based on physical and biological conditions. Energy balance is found to be one of the key important factor in understanding climatic system where about 49% of sun’s radiation is absorbed by the earth surface and 20% is absorbed by the atmosphere. This energy in the form of radiation warms the earth in which the warming of earth cause radiating energy back into space.
- Energy Balance
- Earthly Temperature Balance
- Solar Heating of the Planet
- Glaciation and Land Response
- Climate Variability
Energy Balance of the Earth and the Climate system has been considered in terms of the net imbalance between the absorbed shortwave radiation and outgoing long wave radiation at the top of the Atmosphere.
Session 2: Science Behind Climate Change
Climate change, a marvel that basically characterized as the radical change in climate conditions or variety of time in climate conditions for a more extended period due to either by regular or human exercises. The fluctuations in the atmospheric pressure and the response in change of emission of gases recorded by the barometric measurements show the high emission of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxides and halo carbons which are highly emerge by the human activities. The atmospheric properties not only involves the temperature pressure, it also involves the level of sea, condition of the ocean and glaciers.
- · Barometric response
- · Greenhouse gases: Cause of climate change
- · Climate Variables and Space monitoring
- · Effective habituation
- · Climate change and Viability
· Natural Climate Inconstancy
· Non- Linearities
· Radiative Forcing
· Sedimentary content
· Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum
· Incineration and dirty manure
· Industrial progression