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Sci. Name___________________ Soils/Env. 414 Quiz 4 1. (10) Define for the following using equations or words: Mar. 12, 1997 damping depth____________________________________________________________ emissivity________________________________________________________________ short-wave radiation_______________________________________________________ Stefan-Boltzmann...

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Sci. Name___________________ Soils/Env. 414 Quiz 4 1. (10) Define for the following using equations or words: Mar. 12, 1997 damping depth____________________________________________________________ emissivity________________________________________________________________ short-wave radiation_______________________________________________________ Stefan-Boltzmann law______________________________________________________ absorptivity______________________________________________________________ long-wave radiation________________________________________________________ infra-red radiation_________________________________________________________ transmissivity_____________________________________________________________ thermal diffusivity_________________________________________________________ radiation____________________________________________________________ PAR 2. (5) If the diurnal damping depth for a soil profile is 12 cm and the temperature at the soil surface varies from a minimum of 5C at night to 35C during the day, how large are the diurnal temperature variations at 30 cm depth?. 3. (5) If your quantum sensor registers 850 mol m-2 s-1 of PAR, outdoors, during the day, what is the PAR energy flux density (W/m2), and the total solar en...

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