Polar amplification - Definition, glossary, details

Polar amplification refers to greater change in climatic condition near the poles compared to the rest of the areas in the globe due to increased concentration of greenhouse gases. This is caused by a combination of many things – increase in atmospheric water vapour, increase in transport of heat from lower latitudes and changes in cloud cover.

Other Terms

Pre-Combustion Carbon Capture Post combustion carbon capture Pyrolysis
Pelletizing Physical Absorption Physical Adsorption
Pulverized Coal Combustion Point Source Physical trapping
Particulate matter Permit

Power Plant CCS - Glossary

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