Lab 4.pdf - Jocelyn Spencer Lab 4 Growth Switch=0 Solar Scenario=0 a With no growth or solar insolation the temperature between 2000 and 2250 is

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Jocelyn Spencer Lab 4 Growth Switch=0 Solar Scenario=0 a) With no growth or solar insolation, the temperature between 2000 and 2250 is constant at 17.27 . b) Both the black and white daisies have an area of 200 sq. ft. c) The solar insolation is constant at 1,229 W/M sq. d) The daisy world planet did not change because there was no radiation absorbed by the planet to store the heat. Growth Switch=0 Solar Scenario=1 a) Planet Temp=21.28 b) Both the black and white daisies have an area of 200 sq. ft c) Solar insolation is constant at 1328 W/M sq. until 2050; then rises linearly to 1404 W/M sq until it reaches 2200; and then remains constant. d) The daisy world changed because there has been solar insolation. Growth Switch=1 Solar Scenario=1

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Unformatted text preview: a) Planet Temp=20.01 ℃ b) The growth rate of the black daisies area has a steady increase until it reaches 2015 and the temp drops .01. As the temp continues to drop, the area of the black daisies decease. c) Solar insolation is constant at 1328 W/M sq. until 2050; then rises linearly to 1404 W/M sq until it reaches 2200; and then remains constant. d) The daisy world changed because as the temperature decreases, the amount of black daisies decreased and thus less solar insolation. e) Look at the graph added later f) Faint young paradox describes the phenomena of the S un's outgoing energy increasing over time, but the Earth's temperature remaining fairly constant. This is depicted on the charts created for E)...
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