L03_9_Sept_Systems_Diagrams_and_Formation_Age_Earth

A p2 unstable b p1 stable 29 two systems diagrams

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Unformatted text preview: erage high low cold hot Surface Temperature 24 stable equilibrium point Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature 25 stable equilibrium point Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature 26 stable equilibrium point Daisy Coverage high unstable equilibrium point low cold hot Surface Temperature Synonyms: Tipping point Breaking point Climate catastrophe 27 Two systems diagrams describe two parts of the system stable equilibrium point high Daisy Coverage > P1 unstable equilibrium point P2 low cold hot Surface Temperature 28 Two systems diagrams describe two parts of the system stable equilibrium point high Daisy Coverage > P1 unstable equilibrium point P2 low cold hot Surface Temperature Clicker Ques;on: Which is a ‘posi;ve feedback’ system? A.  >P2 (unstable) B.  P1 (stable) 29 Two systems diagrams describe two parts of the system stable equilibrium point high Daisy Coverage > P1 Clicker Ques;on: What happens if temperature is below the growth requirement for daisies? A)  Temperatures increase, but daisies do not grow (because they are all dead) P2 low cold hot Surface Temperature B)  Temperatures decrease, and daisies do not grow (it is too col...
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