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Earth’s Energy Balance

Earth’s Energy Balance

Earth’s Energy Balance. We are Sun Powered. Earth is warmed by the sun Exception: geothermal energy The Sun adds 342 Watts of energy per square meter of earth every year Energy from the sun radiates through space as electromagnetic waves. Image source: science. NASA.gov.

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Image Interpretation for Weather Analysis

Image Interpretation for Weather Analysis

Image Interpretation for Weather Analysis. Part 2 3 November 2009 Dr. Steve Decker. Improvement Example. Registration GOES-12 vs. GOES-13 Battery power. Severe Thunderstorm Detection. Severe thunderstorms often have notable overshooting tops Vis: Shadow effects IR: “Enhanced-V” signature

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Image Interpretation for Weather Analysis

Image Interpretation for Weather Analysis

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Image Interpretation for Weather Analysis

Image Interpretation for Weather Analysis

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Image Interpretation for Weather Analysis

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Image Interpretation for Weather Analysis

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Image Interpretation for Weather Analysis

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Using IMAGE Data for  Space Weather

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Using IMAGE Data for Space Weather

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