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Insolation at top of earths atmosphere.


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Initial post: 9 Jun 2012 14:17:52 BDT
Ceilidh says:
In Supercontinent on, I think its page 66, the text states that the energy received at the top of the earths atmosphere is " a fairly constant 343 watts per square meter " I dont think thats correct, is it?
I have the idea that the yearly average insolation is about 1370 watts per square meter.
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