L03_9_Sept_Systems_Diagrams_and_Formation_Age_Earth

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Unformatted text preview: rface Temperature dependent variable 12 Consider an ini;al daisy coverage shown by the green dot. At this low coverage, the albedo response (red line) will drive temperatures higher independent variable Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature dependent variable 13 Consider an ini;al daisy coverage shown by the green dot. At this low coverage, the albedo response (red line) will drive temperatures higher independent variable Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature dependent variable 14 Consider an ini;al daisy coverage shown by the green dot. At this low coverage, the albedo response (red line) will drive temperatures higher independent variable Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature dependent variable 15 Now the albedo response (red line) will drive temperatures lower independent variable Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature dependent variable 16 independent variable Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature dependent variable 17 stable equilibrium point Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature 18 stable equilibrium point Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature 19 stable equilibrium point Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature 20 stable equilibrium point Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature 21 stable equilibrium point Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature 22 stable equilibrium point Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature 23 stable equilibrium point Daisy Cov...
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