The population density on a region, and how it can effect the local weather of a region and its impact on global climate change.
- The higher the population density in a city, the more the number of houses to be lit
- The more the number of gas stoves used
- The more gas stoves, means more heat is released in environment
- Small stoves each releasing some amount of heat daily can make a big amount of heat accumulation in local environment
- Heat in environment trapped in the region can causes change in atmospheric pressure
- Change in local atmospheric pressures can change the change in atmospheric pressures in nearby region
- This change of low and high pressures can have cascading effect to distant places.
- Hence one needs to compute the heat generated per stove and multiply with the density of population
- Even — the chimney on gas top produces hot air to absorb all heat and release it in atmosphere.
- Have you calculated how many chimneys are in heavy density areas and how much can total heat, carbon dioxide is added to local environments?
- All this can change the dynamics of local weather, having cascading effect on global environments, just like waves
- Further, for non heavy density areas, use of wood, cow dung dried for cooking can produce local weather changes.
- This accounts for climate change in the regions as well
- And why no one is not computing these things ?
- Population density have many other things and impacts which can be computed in same way.
- The use of hot water.
- The use of non-green energy sources.
- To even over consumption of river water in region.
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