L03_9_Sept_Systems_Diagrams_and_Formation_Age_Earth

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Unformatted text preview: (through albedo) Surface Temperature hot cold low Daisy Coverage high 6 Daisy influence on temperature (through albedo) Surface Temperature hot cold low Daisy Coverage high 7 Daisy influence on temperature (through albedo) hot Surface Temperature dependent variable Note that the dependent variable is conven;onally plofed on the ver;cal axis, as done here. However, in order to compare with the graph showing the influence of daisies on temperature via the albedo effect, we will have to swap axes cold low Daisy Coverage high independent variable 8 Daisy influence on temperature (through albedo) Swapped axes independent variable Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature dependent variable 9 Temperature influence on the growth of daisies Swapped axes independent variable Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature dependent variable 10 Combined growth effect and albedo effect independent variable Daisy Coverage high low cold hot Surface Temperature dependent variable 11 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 Su...
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