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hw q's on 4-5 - Andrew Vile Hw Ch 4 1,7,8,10,11 CT 2 Ch 5...

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Andrew Vile Hw Ch 4: 1,7,8,10,11 CT 2 Ch 5: 1,2,5,7,8,9,10 CT 1,2 October 24, 2007 Ch 4 1) Earths circulatory systems work to maintain the planet in a thermal and chemical balance (p 56) 7) Earth experiences different seasons throughout the year because of its changing distance from the sun and the earths tilt. The poles receive the most seasonal variability because depending on the earth’s time of year the earths tilt can either be facing the sun or facing away from the sun. The hemisphere that faces the sun receives much more solar energy and the one that faces away therefore determines the seasons. 8) An ocean surface rapidly transfers heat downward by turbulent mixing and into the atmosphere above by convection. Land surface rapidly looses heat to the atmosphere by convection but transfers heat downward slowly by conduction. The reason land and sea have different thermal responses is because they have different thermal properties. Water has a high thermal conductivity where as land dose not. 10) Latent Heat refers to the energy stored inside the water molecule in the form
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