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HOW DOES THIS BALANCE BETWEEN INSOLATION AND OUTGOING LONGWAVE RADIATION MANIFEST ITSELF GLOBALLY?. Meridional Radiation Balance and Transfer. Annual Radiation. 0°. 90°. Latitude. Insolation. Annual Radiation. Insolation. 0°. 90°. Latitude. Insolation. Outgoing. Outgoing.

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HOW DOES THIS BALANCE BETWEEN INSOLATION AND OUTGOING LONGWAVE RADIATION MANIFEST ITSELF GLOBALLY?

Meridional Radiation Balance and Transfer


Annual Radiation

90°

Latitude


Insolation

Annual Radiation

Insolation

90°

Latitude


Insolation

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Insolation

90°

Latitude


Insolation

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Insolation

90°

Latitude


Insolation

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Deficit

Insolation

90°

Latitude


Insolation = Outgoing

Balance equals zero

Insolation

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


Insolation

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


Insolation

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Maximum Poleward

Energy Transfer

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

90°

~35°

Latitude


50% Surface Area

50% Surface Area

Insolation

Transfer

Surplus

Outgoing

Outgoing

Annual Radiation

Annual Poleward Transfer

Deficit

Insolation

Poleward Energy

Transfer

90°

~35°

Latitude


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