In this lab, we are texting the amount of CO2 with different kinds of feedback
and feedbacks refers to water vapor, ice albedo and some other combination
feedbacks. Moreover, we work on the calculation to figure out whether it is a
Energy Consumption Rates across the USA and the World
a) How does the height of each prism on the map represent the oil consumption of each
country, according to the text in the post?
You can tell by looking at height
b) What country consumes oil
This lab is an investigation about the temperature change over time. By doing
task1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, there is more information discovered in the excel data. In task 2, e
creates charts to compare annual temperature of winter and summ
Change from _ to _
320 to 640
320 to 160
The surface temperature increase as the concentration of CO2 increase
The surface temperature will increase as the top of atmosphere solar intensity
1. List three factors that you think might affect the amount of UV radiation
reaching a specific location on Earth.
Factors that might affect the amount of UV radiation reaching a
specific location on Earth are clouds, buildings, trees and
Earth science 104
In lab two, we are going out side of build to measure the current temperature and
relevant humility. After we collected the data, we compare the difference of the spots
where we do our measurements. More over, throughout c
1) How does elevation affect air temperature?
Elevation affects air temperature because when you go to a high elevation, the
pressure of air decrease, and the air will expand which cause cooler temperature.
2) How does elevation affect relative humidity?
The equator is the line on the earths surface that is halfway between:
The north and south pole,
Weather refers to;
The exact atate of the atmosphere at a certain time
When the temperature increase by1 celsius degree, how much does it increase in
Massive flying wind turbine is a new technology of collecting wind in certain
elevation instead of thrilling for the fuels. As mentioned in the article, the power of wind
gets stronger as the elevation increase. At extreme elevations, ranging between 20,0
April 24, 2013
Lab 8, part 2
North Dakota is fourth in terms of per capita rate of total energy consumption in 2011.
North Dokata is the high per capita rate of energy use because of their cold weather,
low energy price, and industrial production.