lecture 10 - Atmosphere Layers RADIATION OZONE LAYER HEAT...

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Atmosphere Layers RADIATION OZONE LAYER HEAT BUDGET Radiation doses at various altitudes and latitudes, in millrem per hour. Air travelers are exposed to cosmic radiation from stars and the sun. on the ground people are exposed to radiation from rocks and minerals. There is more radiation doses the higher you go in altitude. People in NJ are exposed to less radiation than people living in the west (hillier) area. 1. (a) - GAS, easily compressed, is much denser at bottom. 1 (o) – Not easily compressed, density changes only slightly with depth. 2 (a) – no distinct upper boundary 2 (o) – sharply defined upper boundary 3 (a) – Lower level (troposphere) is most active. 3 (o) – Upper level is most active 4 (a) – rapid movement 4 (o) – slow movement 4 The reason why the best time to swim in the jersey shore is in September is because waters specific heat takes a long time to change. “but this is the u s, so that’s what we do”
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ENVIRONMEN 0000 taught by Professor Faculty during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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