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Green house effect is Options The increase in temperature due to excessive solar energy entering the earth due to ozone hole. The increase in temperature due to excessive burning of fuel for
the generation of power. The gases like methane, carbon oxide absorbing the radiated infra rays from earth and decreasing the out flow of heat energy from earth s atmosphere thereby increasing the temperature. A house covered from outside to insulate and protect the temperature of the room.
Green house effect is The gases like methane, carbon oxide absorbing the radiated infra rays from earth and decreasing the out flow of heat energy from earth’s atmosphere thereby increasing the temperature.
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Green house effect is The gases like methane, carbon oxide absorbing the radiated infra rays from earth and decreasing the out flow of heat energy from earth’s atmosphere thereby increasing the temperature.

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