[Answer] The greenhouse effect occurs when?

Answer: gases accumulate in the atmosphere and act as a glass roof
The greenhouse effect occurs when?

The anti-greenhouse effect is a mechanism similar and symmetrical to the greenhouse effect: in the greenhouse effect the atmosphere lets radiation in while not letting thermal radiation out thus warming the body surface; in the anti-greenhouse effect the atmosphere keeps radiation out while letting thermal radiation out which lowers the equilibrium surface temperature. Such an effect has been proposed for Saturn’s moon Titan.

The greenhouse effect is caused by greenhouse gases; the most important greenhouse gases in Earth’s atmosphere are: water vapor carbon dioxide(CO 2) and methane. When there is more greenhouse gas in the air the air holds more heat. This is why more greenhouse gases cause climate change and global warming. The greenhouse effect is natural.

The Greenhouse Effect – science.howstuffworks.com

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greenhouse effect | atmospheric science | Britannica.com

A runaway greenhouse effect occurs when a planet’s atmosphere contains greenhouse gas in an amount sufficient to block thermal radiation from the planet preventing the planet from cooling and from having liquid water on its surface. A runaway version of the greenhouse effect can be defined by a limit on a planet’s outgoing longwave radiation…

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