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Radiation balance of ridge-till systems in Alaska

Maria Jolanta Schwarzer

Radiation balance of ridge-till systems in Alaska

by Maria Jolanta Schwarzer

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soil solarization -- Alaska.,
  • Solar radiation -- Alaska.,
  • Solar radiation -- Measurement.

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    Statementby Maria Jolanta Schwarzer.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 54 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16805428M

    GLACIERS AND CLIMATE OF THE UPPER SUSITNA BASIN, ALASKA; SUPPORTING DATA Andrew K. Bliss1,2, Regine Hock2, Gabriel J. Wolken3, Erin N. Whorton3,4, Caroline Aubry-Wake2,5, Juliana Braun2,6, Alessio Gusmeroli7, William D. Harrison2, Andrew Hoffman2, Anna K. Liljedahl8, and Jing Zhang9 ABSTRACT As part of a study for a proposed hydropower fa cility, the authors conducted . Alaska Radiation Oncology Specialists, Inc is a Medical Group that has only one practice medical office located in Anchorage AK. There are 4 health care providers, specializing in Radiation Oncology, being reported as members of the medical group.

      In North America, components of the radiation balance decrease poleward (− W m −2 °lat −1), whereas the poleward rate of decrease of temperature (i.e., between the latitudes of 50°–65°: −1°C °lat −1) and precipitation lessens (i.e., between the latitudes of 50°–65°: −22 mm °lat −1) (Rouse, ). Large annual. Temperature change is an indicator that solar radiation has been absorbed by a surface. As air is heated by surfaces or solar radiation, it triggers convection currents, sometimes called thermals. Other absorbed solar radiation is emitted from surfaces as infrared radiation and then eventually moves back out into space via the atmosphere.

    Radiation budget refers to the difference between the absorbed solar radiation and the net infrared radiation. The radiation budget takes into account the sum of all radiation, transferred in all directions, through the Earth's atmosphere and to and from space. The radiation budget (or radiation balance) controls the Earth's temperature and. acquire radiation data.” Based on this evaluation, the NTTF made Recommendation Study the efficacy of real-time radiation monitoring1 onsite and within the EPZs [emergency planning zones] (including consideration of AC [alternating current] independence .


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