Insolation Factors

Unit 4: The Sun & Insolation
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify texture, color, time of day, and atmospheric particles as factors that affect the intensity of insolation

Big Idea: Dark-colored and fought surface objects absorb the most insolation, while light-colored and smooth surfaces are better at reflecting insolation. This (and a few other minor variables) affect how much insolation an area receives

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