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394). 4) Note that the energy emission given by these equations is the radiant flux (rate of flow of radiation) (Js-1=W) from unit area (m2) of a plane surface into the overlying hemisphere. The flux per unit area of a quantity is termed its flux density (Wm-2). Further, irradiance is the radiant flux density incident on a surface whereas emittance is the radiant flux density emitted by a surface. The effect of temperature change on the wavelength composition of the emitted radiation is embodied in Wien’s Displacement Law.

The ratio of the extraterrestrial input to these amounts defines the atmospheric reflectivity, absorptivity and transmissivity (␣a, ␨a and ␺a). 6) and of cloud and other aerosols. 6 demonstrates that the Atmosphere is not a very good absorber of short-wave radiation (0·15-3·0 µm). e. 5) the Atmosphere is relatively transparent. Even the absorption by liquid water drops in cloud is relatively small. The portion of the incoming solar radiation that is reflected and scattered, together with that multiply-reflected between the surface and the atmosphere (back-scattered), gives diffuse short-wave radiation (D).

64), and it condenses as a cloud droplet, or ice crystal. Under favourable conditions the cloud droplets or crystals may grow to a size where they can no longer be held in suspension and they fall to the Earth as precipitation (p). Near the surface water may also be deposited by direct condensation or sublimation as dew, hoar frost, and rime, or be impacted as fog-drip. 13). e. the net change in runoff over a distance). This term may have a positive or negative sign. It is positive if more water leaves than arrives as is normally the case on sloping land.

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