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Many scientists believe that the current period of global warming is related to increased levels of A. radon being released from the Earth's soil. B. hydrogen in the outermost layer of the Earth's atmosphere. C. nitrogen in the Earth's atmosphere. D. carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere.
Many scientists believe that the current period of global warming is related to increased levels of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere.
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