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What is the composition of the atmosphere on Earth?
The Earth's atmosphere is composed mainly of nitrogen (about 78%) and oxygen (about 21%). It also contains a small amount of rare gases such ...
The 2003 heat wave figures in Europe
The 2003 heat wave affected all of Europe, but particularly Italy and France. The temperature record had been raised in Spain with up to ...
Maximum temperature of 45 degrees Celsius in Spain
The heat wave hits Spain with the strongest intensity. If in France the maximum temperatures reach up to 38 degrees in the south, sometimes ...
Changes in oxygen levels and consequences
On Earth, only arches (archaeobacteria) and anaerobic bacteria are able to live without oxygen. Otherwise most of the other animals require ...
Composition of the Earth’s atmosphere
The main elements which compose the terrestrial atmosphere, in terms of volume, and their proportion. Dioxygen: Dioxygen is the other ...
Evolution of the Earth atmosphere’s composition
Here is the evolution of the Earth atmosphere’s composition. These are estimates from frill cores in the glaciers of the poles and geological ...
Where does Earth nitrogen come from?
Nitrogen on Earth is a great mystery, in the sense that it is unique in the solar system. Indeed, the isotope of terrestrial nitrogen does not ...
Temperature Records on Earth
The temperature records in terms of cold temperatures reached −128.6 °F at Vostok, Antartica in August 2010. The temperature records in ...
One third of the world’s population will die of heat by 2100
With an average increase of 36 degrees fahrenheit by the end of the century, nearly 30% of the world’s population could be mortally affected ...