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Water vapor

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Water vapor, water vapour or aqueous vapor, is the gaseous phase of water. It is one state of water within the hydrosphere. Water vapor can be produced from ...

Explaining how the water vapor greenhouse effect works

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What this argument misses is the fact that water vapor creates what scientists call a 'positive feedback loop' in the atmosphere — making any temperature ...

What causes condensation?

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May 29, 2013 ... Condensation is the formation of liquid drops of water from water vapor. It is the process which creates clouds, and so is necessary for rain and ...

Water Vapor - ThinkGlobalGreen

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The greenhouse properties of water vapor are usually considered as part of a feedback loop ... Watch the video produced by Kimberly Carter Gamble - link.

water vapor | Britannica.com

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solid substance produced by the freezing of water vapour or liquid water. At temperatures below 0 °C (32 °F), water vapour develops into frost at ground level  ...

Water Vapor : Global Maps - NASA Earth Observatory

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The units are given in centimeters, which is the equivalent amount of water that could be produced if all the water vapor in the column were to condense.

Condensation - The Water Cycle, from USGS Water-Science School

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May 2, 2016 ... Condensation is the process by which water vapor in the air is ... These clouds may produce precipitation, which is the primary route for water to ...

ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR - Weather Prediction Education

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Water vapor varies by volume in the atmosphere from a trace to about 4%. ... the ocean water would boil into the atmosphere and produce a very dense steam ...

Water vapor - Redorbit

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Water vapor is formed from either evaporation or heating of liquid water, or from the sublimation of ice. In nature, water vapor is continuously produced by ...

The Water Cycle | Climate Education Modules for K-12

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Aug 9, 2013 ... This includes water vapor produced by plants during transpiration, water from lakes, streams, puddles and soil moisture, direct evaporation of ...

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What is water vapor?

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Nov 27, 2010 ... If you see a cloud, fog, or mist, these are all liquid water, not water vapor. ... creates water vapor) is stronger than its greenhouse warming effect.

It's Water Vapor, Not the CO2 - American Chemical Society

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It's true that water vapor is the largest contributor to the Earth's greenhouse effect. ... water vapor to the atmosphere could produce a negative feedback effect.

The Role of Water Vapor in the Earth's Climate

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Those who want to ignore the direct water vapor role in climate claim falsely that .... Therefore the water vapor produced in a year from burning natural gas is ...