Dumbass so you understand:
"Given the present composition of the atmosphere, the contribution to the total heating rate in the troposphere (the portion of the atmosphere of most interest -- it is the region from the surface to basically the top of the active weather zone) is around 5% from carbon dioxide and around 95% from water vapor.
However, in the stratosphere, the contribution is about 80% from carbon dioxide and about 20% from water vapor, although this makes a relatively small contribution to total greenhouse effect.
Naturally, calculations for the total atmosphere yield different results yet again, as does consideration of latitude and season but the net effect in which we are interested is that which can realistically be expected to have significant effect on life at the surface, thus average tropospheric greenhouse at 95:5% water to carbon dioxide and other minor greenhouse gases."
So now dumbass dont try and take a certain section of the atmosphere and then try to say something different. I know your reading skills and would then miss the big picture and take a certain section and say something different that is the mistake ether you do on purpose or are just to dumb and dont understand.
I really should have let you fall into another trap and let you try and say something different but I am getting sick and tried of play with your dumbass.