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Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
Insolation quiz review
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  • 1. Insolation Quiz ReviewStudy: Insolation Study Guide and Solstices & Equinoxes Packets
  • 2. What’s the Difference in terms of absorbing solar radiation?• Black shingles will absorb more  Light shingles will be cooler
  • 3. How does energy from the sun get to Earth?• Electromagentic Waves
  • 4. Ultraviolet vs. InfraredShort, but strong Long & WeakWaves Waves
  • 5. Convection• Caused by density differences
  • 6. Good absorbers are good radiators of energy• Solar panels heat up quickly, but cool off fast
  • 7. Conduction• Not too smart• Those molecules are going to collide
  • 8. 1st Day of Summer in Northern Hemisphere
  • 9. Why is it warmer at the equator then the Poles?
  • 10. Short waves in, but long waves get trapped
  • 11. Angle of Insolation and Seasons NYS• A= Summer• B= Fall/ A= 71.5 Degrees Spring B= 48 Degrees• C=Winter C = 24.5 Degrees
  • 12. Equinox
  • 13. Altitude of Sun June 21st Estimate Latitude 60 degrees N latitude will have about a 30 degree Angle of insolation 23.5 degrees N latitude will have direct or a 90 degree42 degrees N latitude Angle of insolationwill have about a 70 degreeangle of insolation
  • 14. Seasons March 21st Dec 21stJune 21st Sept 21st

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