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== WHO-Definition ==
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== Terms & Synonyms ==
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== Official WHO Definition ==
The gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth (WHO et al. 2003).
The gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth (WHO et al. 2003).
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=== Explanation ===
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== Interpretations and Explanations ==
The dry atmosphere consists almost entirely of nitrogen and oxygen, together with a number of trace gases such as argon, helium and radiatively active greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and ozone. In addition, the atmosphere contains water vapour, clouds, and aerosols (WHO et al. 2003).
The dry atmosphere consists almost entirely of nitrogen and oxygen, together with a number of trace gases such as argon, helium and radiatively active greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and ozone. In addition, the atmosphere contains water vapour, clouds, and aerosols (WHO et al. 2003).
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=== References and Links ===
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== References ==
WHO, WMO and UNEP (2003) [http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/publications/en/index.html Climate change and human health: risks and responses]
WHO, WMO and UNEP (2003) [http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/publications/en/index.html Climate change and human health: risks and responses]
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== See also ==
== See also ==
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== External Resources ==
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Terms & Synonyms

Official WHO Definition

The gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth (WHO et al. 2003).

Other Definitions

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Interpretations and Explanations

The dry atmosphere consists almost entirely of nitrogen and oxygen, together with a number of trace gases such as argon, helium and radiatively active greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and ozone. In addition, the atmosphere contains water vapour, clouds, and aerosols (WHO et al. 2003).

References

WHO, WMO and UNEP (2003) Climate change and human health: risks and responses


WHO Lexicon page (translations and examples)


See also

External Resources

Attachments

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