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5B: Incoming Solar Radiation and Sea Surface Temperature Started: June 27, 2009 2:28 PM Questions: 35     1. 5B-1  (Points: 1)      According to the curves you have drawn, the average daily solar radiation varies the least over the period of a  year at the _______________ location. a. equatorial b. middle latitude c. polar   Save Answer     2. 5B-2  (Points: 1)      The average daily solar radiation varies the most over a period of a year at the ___________ location. a. equatorial b. middle latitude c. polar   Save Answer     3. 5B-3 
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(Points: 1)      The graph shows that over the period of a year the msot intense daily solar radiation received anywhere on  Earth occurs at the ________________ location. a. equatorial b. middle latitude c. polar   Save Answer     4. 5B-4  (Points: 1)      The most intense daily solar radiation occurs at this location during the month of __________. 1.    Save Answer     5. 5B-5  (Points: 1)      The primary reason why more daily sunlight is received during this month at this locationis because the  ______________ than at other latitudes. a. maximum altitude of the sun is higher b. length of the daily period of daylight is longer   Save Answer  
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  6. 5B-6  (Points: 1)      The graph shows an approximately four-month period during which darkness is continuous (sun always  below the horizon) at the ______________ location. a. equatorial b. middle latitude c. polar   Save Answer     7. 5B-7  (Points: 1)      This comparison demonstrates that as latitude increases, the annual range of daily solar radiation  ___________. a. increases b. decreases   Save Answer     8. 5B-8  (Points: 1)      Based on the variations of solar radiation with latitude at the three locations, it can be inferred that the  differences in surface temperatures between summer and winter generally __________ as the latitude of the  location increases.
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a. increase b. decrease   Save Answer     9. 5B-9 
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course GEO 1080 taught by Professor Bartlett during the Spring '11 term at Utah Valley University.

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