Science communication is important in today's technologically advanced society. A good part of the adult community is not science saavy and lacks the background to make sense of rapidly changing technology.
My blog attempts to help by publishing articles of general interest in an easy to read and understand format without using mathematics.
I also give free lectures in community events - you can arrange these by writing to me.
Climate Cahnge - The Atmosphere and the Greenhouse Effect
Two most important actors in determining climate change are the atmosphere and the oceans. The atmosphere and the seas interact to determine the circulation patterns which are responsible for spreading the energy from the Sun, mainly received in the equatorial regions, throughout the earth's surface. In this talk, I shall look at the constitution of the atmosphere with some introductory slides to explain general properties of atmospheric gases and particulates.