 About 15,200 results  books.google.com 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 Solar energy impinging on the outer
layer of Earth's atmosphere (usually ... an effective temperature of 5777 K,
estimate the diameter of the sun (distance from sun to Earth SES ≃ 1.496 × 1011
m). 

 books.google.com Thus, in this case, for the determination of the effective temperature the solar
constant in Eq. (13.6) must be divided not by 4 but by a value N where 4>N>2.
For the intermediate cases, with the Earth's revolution axis inclined to the ecliptics
, it is ... 

 books.google.com The Bond albedos of the Earth and other major planets in our Solar System are
listed in Goody and Walker (1972) ... Wm_* (2.4) By next applying the Stefan–
Boltzmann law, the planet's blackbody or effective temperature can be
expressed as ... 

 books.google.com Earth as a whole radiates with an effective temperature of 255 K, and therefore,
its flux peaks in the thermal infrared part of the spectrum. This effective
temperature is 30 K colder than the average temperature on the surface, and
quite chilly by ... 

 books.google.com Earth. System. Models. Various models are used to study the climate system and
its natural variability, and to simulate the ... If the atmosphere of Earth absorbs
thermal radiation, its surface temperature is greater than its effective temperature. 

 books.google.com For the Earth, F i $0.09 W m2 can be neglected, Sp1⁄41361 W mÀ2, and Bond
albedo A1⁄40.3. Solving eqn [23] gives equilibrium temperature Teq1⁄4255 K,
which is also the Earth's effective temperature. Clearly, this temperature is not ... 

 books.google.com 4t7 (6,7) We refer to the temperature obtained in this fashion as the effective
temperature of a planet. Example 6.4: Using a value for cr of 5.67 X l08 W rrr2 K
4, and magnitudes of F and A appropriate for Earth, calculate the effective ... 

 books.google.com min., or a value deduced from Rosetti's work 25 cal./min. The lowest value found,
2900 abs., is very near the average temperature of the earth's surface, which may
be taken as 289° abs. As the earth's effective temperature must, if anything, ... 

 books.google.com The effective temperature of ^\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\ the Earth is determined by the equilib"
VVVVVVV\ \s, rium of incoming shortwave solar radiation and outgoing long
wave terrestrial radiation equal to SoTr:. Part of the radiation is reflected directly
back ... 

 books.google.com The lowest value found, 290° abs, is very near the average temperature of the
earth's surface, which may be taken as 289° abs. As the earth's effective
temperature must, if anything, be below this, and cannot differ much from that of
the ideal ... 

 