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Thermal Energy from the Sun

Thermal Energy from the Sun

Thermal Energy from the Sun. A. Energy from the Sun. 1. Energy from the sun reaches the Earth through the process of radiation. 2. Radiation is the transfer of energy. 3. Not all of the sun’s energy reaches the Earth’s surface. B. What happens to the sun’s energy when it reaches Earth?.

By jaden
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Classical Studies 202 Ancient Roman Society Lecture # 10

Classical Studies 202 Ancient Roman Society Lecture # 10

Classical Studies 202 Ancient Roman Society Lecture # 10 -TAKE UP TEST #2- -MYSTERY RELIGIONS- -CHRISTIANITY- -BREAK- -IMPERIAL ART & ARCHITECTURE- -LIFE AT ROME- -FINANCE- MYSTERY CULT RELIGIONS Traditional State religions & Imperial cult too impersonal to satisfy needs of the individual

By sherlock_clovis
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5 Days in Vienna

5 Days in Vienna

5 Days in Vienna. s presentation drafted by students of the 2BK, 3AK and 3BK (2006/07). about Vienna. capital city of Austria population: 1.7 mio. located in the north-east of Austria close to the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary area: 414,90 km 2 divided in 23 districts.

By Donna
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Weather Patterns and Severe Storms Chapter 19

Weather Patterns and Severe Storms Chapter 19

Weather Patterns and Severe Storms Chapter 19. Air masses . Characteristics Large body of air 1600 km (1000 mi.) or more across Perhaps several kilometers thick Similar temperature at any given altitude Similar moisture at any given altitude

By Angelica
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Topography (Climate)

Topography (Climate)

Topography (Climate). Regional: 100’s of kilometers Chinook winds Mountain waves and resulting clouds Mesoscale: 1 to 10’s of kilometers Mountain-valley system of winds Local Scale: meters to kms. Flow over mountains and through mountain passes. why is it sometimes very windy:

By Olivia
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Just in Time Teaching Physical Science 100

Just in Time Teaching Physical Science 100

Just in Time Teaching Physical Science 100. Steve Turley July, 2003. Objectives. Engage students in lecture material before class Focus class time on areas where students could use the most help Help students identify areas where they need help

By Jims
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Chapter 16 Heat Transfer

Chapter 16 Heat Transfer

Chapter 16 Heat Transfer. Heat Transfer. Heat always flows from high temperature objects to low temperature objects. Heat flow stops when temperatures equal. Various ways by which heat may flow. Heat flows from child into air. 75º. 98º. 32º. Heat flows from child and air into

By jaden
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Human Impact on the Biosphere Chapter 50

Human Impact on the Biosphere Chapter 50

Human Impact on the Biosphere Chapter 50. Pollutants are substances with which ecosystems have no prior evolutionary experience and therefore cannot deal with them. Carbon oxides CO, CO 2 Sulfur oxides SO 2 , SO 3 Nitrogen oxides NO, NO 2 , N 2 O

By betty_james
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Passive Cooling Techniques

Passive Cooling Techniques

Passive Cooling Techniques. PASSIVE COOLING. Passive cooling systems are least expensive means of cooling a home which maximizes the efficiency of the building envelope without any use of mechanical devices.

By Rita
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Meteorology of Windstorms

Meteorology of Windstorms

Meteorology of Windstorms. Wind loading and structural response Lecture 1 Dr. J.D. Holmes. Meteorology of windstorms. Types of storms producing extreme winds : . extra-tropical depressions (gales) synoptic scale 40-60° latitude. tropical cyclones (hurricanes, typhoons)

By libitha
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Snow to Liquid Ratio : Climatology and Forecast Methodologies

Snow to Liquid Ratio : Climatology and Forecast Methodologies

Snow to Liquid Ratio : Climatology and Forecast Methodologies. Martin A. Baxter Cooperative Institute for Precipitation Systems Saint Louis University Dept. of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. LSX WFO Winter Weather Workshop 7 November 2005.

By Olivia
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Isentropic Analysis

Isentropic Analysis

Isentropic Analysis. James T. Moore Cooperative Institute for Precipitation Systems Saint Louis University COMET COMAP Course May-June 2002. Now entering a no pressure zone!. Thetaburgers Served hot and juicy at the Isentropic Café! Boomerang Grille Norman, OK.

By liam
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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE. Chapter 13 Atmosphere and Climate Change 13.1 Climate and Climate Change. 13.1 Climate and Climate Change Objectives. Explain the difference between weather and climate. Identify four factors that determine climate.

By orien
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HURRICANES

HURRICANES

HURRICANES. The Atmosphere's Largest Event. Presented by: Catherine Charnawskas & Margaret Milligan July 31, 2004 SCE 6103. Storm Types. Tropical Storm Tropical cyclone with 39 to 74 mph winds Forms over a tropical ocean Center of the storm is warmer than surrounding air

By tracey
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The Rain Shadow

The Rain Shadow

The Rain Shadow. Our Learning Target: Describe the rain shadow effect and how it influences vegetation in Washington State. Weather vs. Climate. What is the difference between weather and climate? “Climate is what you expect; weather is what you get.”

By gilda
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The Mysterious Malady: INTRODUCTION

The Mysterious Malady: INTRODUCTION

The Mysterious Malady: INTRODUCTION.

By Samuel
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FBE03: Building Construction & Science

FBE03: Building Construction & Science

FBE03: Building Construction & Science. Lecture 6 Building Ventilation. Introduction to passive ventilation. Most decisions affecting the energy use of a building happen during schematic design. basic form and siting of a building determines most of its efficiency potential

By Leo
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The Biosphere

The Biosphere

Biology Ch. 15. The Biosphere. 15.1 Life in the Earth System. The biosphere is the part of the Earth where life exists. The biota is the collection of living things that live in the biosphere. There are 3 additional Earth systems: Hydrosphere: water, ice, and water vapor

By kaida
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Heat and Cold Related Injuries

Heat and Cold Related Injuries

Heat and Cold Related Injuries. Prevention and First Aid. Heat Related Difficulties. Heat Cramps Least severe of the three types of heat related difficulties Painful muscle spasms Usually occur in the legs and abdomen. Heat Related Difficulties. Heat Cramps

By torn
(357 views)

Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 6e

Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 6e

Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 6e. Chapter 17 – Sound Waves. The speed of sound in air is a function of . wavelength frequency temperature amplitude.

By roscoe
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