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Timothy W. Lyons, Christopher T. Reinhard & Noah J. Planavsky (2014). "Atmospheric oxygenation three billion years ago". Nature. 506 (7488): 307–15. Bibcode: 2014Natur.506..307L. doi: 10.1038/nature13068. PMID 24553238. S2CID 4443958. Reflections Physical and Moral, Upon the Various and Numerous Uncommon Phenomena in the Air, Water, or Earth, Which Have Happened from the Earthquake a Member of Parliament in Town to His 1 Main article: Absorption (electromagnetic radiation) Rough plot of Earth's atmospheric transmittance (or opacity) to various wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation, including visible light.
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Joe Buchdahl. "Atmosphere, Climate & Environment Information Programme". Ace.mmu.ac.uk. Archived from the original on 2010-07-01 . Retrieved 2012-04-18.Saw this in London and was bowled over - so pleased it's now in Birmingham so we can see it again and again.
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Mayor of London, Ken Livingston, opens the Earth from the Air exhibition, talking with Photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand and Exhibition Director Chris Bridge.IPCC (2021). "Summary for Policymakers" (PDF). IPCC AR6 WG1. pp.4–5. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2021-08-11 . Retrieved 2021-11-20. a b Anne Marie Helmenstine, PhD (June 16, 2018). "The 4 Most Abundant Gases in Earth's Atmosphere".
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Before this time, any oxygen produced by photosynthesis was consumed by the oxidation of reduced materials, notably iron. Free oxygen molecules did not start to accumulate in the atmosphere until the rate of production of oxygen began to exceed the availability of reducing materials that removed oxygen. This point signifies a shift from a reducing atmosphere to an oxidizing atmosphere. O 2 showed major variations until reaching a steady state of more than 15% by the end of the Precambrian.  The following time span from 539 million years ago to the present day is the Phanerozoic Eon, during the earliest period of which, the Cambrian, oxygen-requiring metazoan life forms began to appear. That leaves approximately 1%, which is made up of atoms of unreactive argon, and molecules of carbon dioxide. The greenhouse effect is directly related to this absorption and emission effect. Some gases in the atmosphere absorb and emit infrared radiation, but do not interact with sunlight in the visible spectrum. Common examples of these are CO 2 and H 2O.Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Control Run" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-05-28.