Surface Temperature

Some articles on temperatures, temperature, surface temperature, surface, surface temperatures:

Proxy (climate) - Boreholes
... Borehole temperatures are used as temperature proxies ... Since heat transfer through the ground is slow, temperature measurements at a series of different depths down the borehole, adjusted for the effect of rising heat from inside the Earth, can be "inverted" (a ... because there are multiple possible surface temperature reconstructions that can produce the same borehole temperature profile ...
Loop Current - Effect On Hurricanes - Process
... For this reason, a major focus of hurricane research has been sea surface temperature prior to a storm ... However, recent studies have revealed that surface temperature is less important in hurricane deepening than the depth of the ocean mixed layer ... the 26°C isotherm depth (and oceanic heat content) than the sea surface temperature ...
Gliese 581 C - Habitability and Climate - Effective Temperatures
... of our Sun, it is possible to calculate Gliese 581 c's effective temperature a.k.a ... black body temperature ... (note this probably differs from its surface temperature) ...
Time-domain Thermoreflectance - Modeling Materials
... The surface temperature of a single layer (p(r) Gaussian distribution factor of pump beam, P(k) Hankel transform of p(r), Θ(r) The distribution of temperature oscillations at the surface (Inv ... (6) and (7), we can calculate the changes of temperature of a layered structure ...
Life On Titan - Surface Temperature - Future Temperature
... years from now, as the Sun becomes a red giant, surface temperatures could rise to ~200 K (−70 °C), high enough for stable oceans of water/ammonia mixture to exist on the surface ... lessening the anti-greenhouse effect on the surface and enabling the greenhouse created by atmospheric methane to play a far greater role ...

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