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  • The earth's solar radiation budget is made up of two components: Incoming radiation and outgoing radiation. What is insolation? Simple. Insolation -
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Core Module 7 - Global Warming: Is it Fact or Fiction? Radiation Budget Heat Transfer · Factors Affecting Insolation ·
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  • transfer processes will occur. Radiation's role in the earth's radiation budget was discussed in the last page. When radiation hits an object, two processes
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  • of polar ice will decrease the albedo of the region, which means more radiation is absorbed, further accelerating warming in the area. The quantity and
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Elective 2 - Weather and Climate World Climate Radiation · Factors Affecting Air Pressure · Air Pressure and Winds · Relative
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  • 40 local recurrences in the extremities were outside of the radiation field (geographic miss). By grade, significant difference in local failure for
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  • mediating effect of seawater, so it is very hot in summer. Intense solar radiation creates a high evaporation rate, which reduce soil moisture, hindering
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Elective 2 - Weather and Climate World Climate Radiation · Factors Affecting Air Pressure · Air Pressure and Winds · Relative
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Elective 2 - Weather and Climate World Climate Radiation · Factors Affecting Air Pressure · Air Pressure and Winds · Relative
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Elective 2 - Weather and Climate World Climate Radiation · Factors Affecting Air Pressure · Air Pressure and Winds · Relative
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Core Module 7 - Global Warming: Is it Fact or Fiction? Radiation Budget Heat Transfer · Factors Affecting Insolation ·
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  • This is both because it is located in mid-latitudes with high solar radiation input, and because the lack of cloud cover allows insolation to reach
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Core Module 7 - Global Warming: Is it Fact or Fiction? Radiation Budget Heat Transfer · Factors Affecting Insolation ·
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Elective 2 - Weather and Climate World Climate Radiation · Factors Affecting Air Pressure · Air Pressure and Winds · Relative
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  • well-jointed rock (granite) In daytime, the rock absorbs intense solar radiation and expands. At night, the temperature drops and the rock contracts. Repeated
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Elective 2 - Weather and Climate World Climate Radiation · Factors Affecting Air Pressure · Air Pressure and Winds · Relative
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Core Module 7 - Global Warming: Is it Fact or Fiction? Radiation Budget Heat Transfer · Factors Affecting Insolation ·
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  • angle, the solar radiation will be spread across a large area. If the sun strikes the ground at a right angle, the solar radiation will be most intense
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Elective 2 - Weather and Climate World Climate Radiation · Factors Affecting Air Pressure · Air Pressure and Winds · Relative
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  • v • d • e   HKDSE Geography : Elective 2 - Weather and Climate World Climate Radiation · Factors Affecting Air Pressure · Air Pressure and Winds · Relative
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