Albedo2 - Type: True or False Your answer(s): False...

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Assessment Score Correctly Answered: 9.00 out of a possible 10.00 (90.0%) Assessment Time: 9 minutes Question 1: The Earth is tilted at a_______ degree angle on its axis. Type: Multiple Choice Your answer(s): •23.5 Question 2: There is more heating per unit area of the earth’s surface at the higher latitudes than at the lower latitudes. Type: True or False Your answer(s): •False Question 3: Albedo is a ratio of what? Type: Multiple Choice Your answer(s): •Reflected radiation/Incident radiation Question 4: How do the ocean currents redistribute the Sun’s unequal heating of the Earth? Type: Multiple Choice Your answer(s): •carry warmer water from the equator towards the poles and colder water from the poles towards the equator. Question 5: A calorie is the amount of heat energy required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of freshwater to one degree Fahrenheit.
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Unformatted text preview: Type: True or False Your answer(s): False Question 6: Which of the following is NOT a piece of equipment you will use in lab? Type: Multiple Choice Your answer(s): turbidity tube Question 7: The quantitative loss of light with depth in seawater is not linear. Type: True or False Your answer(s): True Question 8: The measurement of water clarity depends on the quality of vision of the person making the measurement. Type: True or False Your answer(s): True Question 9: Is the albedo the same everywhere in the world? Type: Multiple Choice Your answer(s): No, the albedo varies depending on the surface material Question 10: The ratio of reflected radiation divided by the incoming radiation is called: Type: Multiple Choice Your answer(s): albedo...
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2012 for the course OCNG 252 taught by Professor Alexander during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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