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in vs of (The increase of/in atmospheric greenhouse...) #1 (permalink) Thu Oct 22, 2009 12:13 pm   in vs of (The increase of/in atmospheric greenhouse...)
 

Which preposition is correct in this sentence:

the increase in atmospheric greenhouse gases due to human activity.
The increase of atmospheric greenhouse gases due to human activity.
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in vs of (The increase of/in atmospheric greenhouse...) #2 (permalink) Thu Oct 22, 2009 14:55 pm   in vs of (The increase of/in atmospheric greenhouse...)
 

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