Table of Contents
- 1 How does temperature vary from place to place?
- 2 What causes different temperatures at different places on Earth?
- 3 Where do Temperatures vary the most?
- 4 What factors affects temperature?
- 5 What causes outdoor temperature to fluctuate?
- 6 What are the controls of temperature?
- 7 Why is there a difference in the temperature between the place which are near and far from the sea?
- 8 What factors affect body temperature?
How does temperature vary from place to place?
Answer: the temperature may vary from one place to another because of their location on map/globe. If they are near equator they may have hot and humid type of climate and if they goes more toward poles the place is not as hot as compared to the equator one.
What causes different temperatures at different places on Earth?
Weather on Earth is caused by heat from the sun and movement of the air. All weather happens in the lower layer of Earth’s atmosphere, which is a layer of gases surrounding Earth. The sun’s heat warms the air in this layer to different temperature levels in different places.
What are the factors that control the temperature from place to place and time to time?
The factors affecting climate are latitude, altitude, land and water distribution, distance from the sea, distance from the sun, prevailing winds and ocean currents, surface covering the land, volcanism, solar constant sunspots, wind direction and nature of mountain chains, mountain barriers.
Where do Temperatures vary the most?
Diurnal temperature variations are greatest very near Earth’s surface. The Tibetan and Andean Plateaus present one of the largest differences in daily temperature on the planet. High desert regions typically have the greatest diurnal-temperature variations, while low-lying humid areas typically have the least.
What factors affects temperature?
The factors that affect the temperature in a specific area are:
- the latitude. height above sea level. distance from the sea. ocean currents.
- height above sea level. distance from the sea. ocean currents. prevailing winds.
- distance from the sea. ocean currents. prevailing winds.
- ocean currents. prevailing winds.
- prevailing winds.
What causes temperature differences between daytime and nighttime?
As the Earth moves around the Sun it rotates on its axis, so we have day and night. The side of the Earth facing the Sun is bathed in light and heat (daytime). The side of the Earth facing away from the Sun, out towards space, is darker and colder (nighttime).
What causes outdoor temperature to fluctuate?
The solar radiation absorbed on external building surfaces increases the wall surface temperature, thus leading to a change in the heat conducted through the component. In low-wind conditions, free convective flows drift up the warm external wall surface.
What are the controls of temperature?
The controls of temperature are:
- Latitude (angle of Sun) – Chapter 2.
- Differential heating of land and water (they heat up/cool down differently)
- Ocean Currents.
- Geographic position.
- Cloud cover & albedo.
What factors affect the days temperature?
day of the year: duration of day (and thus insolation) is important for daily temperature range. The longer sun shines, the more solar radiation is absorbed by surface and the higher temperatures you get.
Why is there a difference in the temperature between the place which are near and far from the sea?
Places distance from the Sea affects the temperature of the place. The difference is created because water absorbs the heat and holds it for a longer time. The places near the sea have a moderate temperature than the places away from it. The air around the sea area is more humid and moisture than the other hot place.
What factors affect body temperature?
Age. One of the most elementary factors that influence normal body temperature is age.
What is a fluctuating temperature?
Temperature and velocity fluctuations appear when connecting unstable sources to the network, that is, waste heat or solar heat. This behavior is not possible to capture with a steady-state approach, and a dynamic one must be used (Gabrielaitiene, 2011). Velocity fluctuations increase the probability of turbulences.