- University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Atmospheric And Oceanic Sciences
- Atmospheric And Oceanic Sciences 100
Last Modified: 2011-07-05
Related Textbooks:(WCS) Introduction to Weather and Climate
in other words, because of the greenhouse effect, and its ability to keep out some infra red.
its atmosphere is 800 times more massive than the earth's.
95% of venus is CO2
sort of counterintuitive.
through the angle of incidence, and the length of the day
length of day is identical everywhere on earth at these days
35 of the 50 states have had their record high temperatures in the last 3 weeks of the solstice.
occurs in the summer solstice june 21 and in the winter solstice
70% of locations experience this
minimal incoming solar radiation at every location in the northern hemisphere occurs at this date.
temperature will continue to fall until it reaches radiative equilibrium.
low latitudes get a surplus of energy
The new water vapor is then transported by the winds to higher latitudes where it can condense back into the liquid phase.
transports warm aire poleward and polar air equatorward.
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