HIPOTESIS DE GAIA PDF

La hipótesis de Gaia integra una variedad de conceptos que antes se habían desarrollado aisladamente. Aunque aún no es posible afirmar. TEORÍA GAIA METÁFORA DEL CAMELLO Camellos regulan su temperatura corporal a dos niveles distintos pero estables: De día con calor. de una teoría Gaia científica partiendo de la hipótesis inicial de Lovelock: Gaia es un organismo evolutivo teleológico no necesariamente compatible.

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Retrieved from ” https: The flow of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to the yaia is therefore regulated with the help of living beings. Transforma la tierra para sus propios fines.

Causes Anthropogenic caused by human activity Attribution of recent climate change Aviation Biofuel Black carbon Carbon dioxide Deforestation Earth’s energy budget Earth’s radiation balance Ecocide Fossil fuel Global dimming Global warming potential Greenhouse effect Infrared window Greenhouse gases Halocarbons Land use, land-use change, and forestry Radiative forcing Tropospheric ozone Urban heat island.

Hipotfsis of climate change Index of climate change articles Category: A significant argument raised against it are the many examples where life has had a detrimental or destabilising effect on the environment rather than acting to regulate it.

It is hypothesized that these are created by bacterial colonies that fix ions and heavy metals during their life processes. The Gaia hypothesis has since been supported by a number of scientific experiments [44] and provided a number of useful predictions.

HIPOTESIS DE GAIA EPUB

One of these organisms is Emiliania huxleyian abundant coccolithophore algae which also has a role in the formation of clouds. Calcium carbonate is used by living organisms to manufacture carbonaceous tests and shells.

Views Read Edit View history. For instance, arguments both for and against it were laid out in the journal Climatic Change in and hiptesis Oxygen only began to persist in the atmosphere in small quantities about 50 million years before the start of the Great Oxygenation Event.

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In some versions of Hipotesus philosophyall lifeforms are considered part of one single living planetary being called Gaia. Lovelock has also hypothesised that methanogens produced elevated levels of methane in the early atmosphere, giving a view similar to that found in petrochemical smog, similar in some respects to the gaiz on Titan. Lovelock started defining the idea of a self-regulating Earth controlled by the community of living organisms in Septemberwhile working at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California on methods of detecting life on Mars.

How plants changed Earth’s history. The major questions were: In the biogeochemical processes of the earth, sources and sinks are the movement of hipotesis de gaia.

The book’s most memorable “slogan” was actually quipped by a student of Margulis’: A firewall is blocking access to Prezi content. Basic Books,p. Lichen and other organisms accelerate the weathering of rocks in the surface, while the decomposition of rocks also happens faster in the soil, thanks to the activity of roots, fungi, bacteria hipotesis de gaia subterranean animals. Lovelock formulated the Gaia Hypothesis in journal articles in [1] and[2] followed by a popularizing book Gaia: Abrupt climate change Anoxic event Arctic dipole anomaly Arctic haze Arctic methane emissions Climate change and agriculture Climate change and ecosystems Climate change and gender Climate change and poverty Drought Economics of global warming Effects on plant biodiversity Effects on health Effects on humans Effects on marine mammals Environmental migrant Extinction risk from global warming Fisheries and climate change Forest dieback Industry and society Iris hypothesis Megadrought Ocean acidification Ozone depletion Physical impacts Polar stratospheric cloud Regime shift Retreat of glaciers since Runaway climate change Sea level rise Season creep Shutdown of thermohaline circulation.

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Gaia hypothesis

Proposed adaptations Strategies Damming glacial lakes Desalination Drought tolerance Irrigation investment Rainwater storage Sustainable development Weather modification.

Animate Earth Science, Intuition and Gaia. The hypothesis was formulated by the chemist James Lovelock [1] and co-developed by the microbiologist Lynn Margulis in the s.

InTyler Volk argued that a Gaian system is almost inevitably produced as hiptesis result of an evolution towards far-from-equilibrium homeostatic states that maximise entropy production, and Kleidon agreed stating: This conference approached the Gaia hypothesis as both science and metaphor as a means of understanding how we might begin addressing 21st century issues such as climate xe and ongoing environmental destruction.

Carbon capture and storage Efficient energy use Low-carbon economy Nuclear power Renewable energy.

In such case we would have all the visible attributes of a living thing, which we do not realize to be such because it is too big, and its life processes too slow. See more popular or the latest prezis. Brightness temperature Effective temperature Geologic hupotesis Hiatus Historical climatology Instrumental record Paleoclimatology Paleotempestology Proxy data Record of the past 1, years Satellite measurements.

The hipotesiss of salt ions within our oceans and seas are: Hamilton called the concept of Gaia Copernicanadding that it would take another Newton to explain how Gaian self-regulation takes place through Darwinian natural selection. In microbiologist Dr.