I suppose you mean why are cities usually hotter than surrounding open country areas? This is due to several effects: buildings absorb more heat from the sun, buildings are usually heated inside, dense road traffic produces heat and in narrow streets this can't easily escape. In summer conditions many buildings have air conditioning. this keeps them cool inside but the heat rejected to the outside can only appear in the general atmosphere in the city.
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Because water retains heat of the day for longer periods. The soil cools down very quickly. Hence, coastal cities are warmer than inland cities.
Florida: Orland Magic and Miami Heat
1) Heat generation. 2) Heat absorbsion by surfaces (mostly roads & roofs).
Furstins can have up to 9 cities.
i can heat up stuff with my hands
Large cities need lots of energy to heat homes and power factories. Coal provided abundant, cheap energy, although it also creates lots of air pollution.
To heat up stuff
as long you dont heat it up very high then it become OVERCOOKED.If you heat it up just the right time its fine.
they go over all the cities and that is what creates it :D
It does heat up. No questions asked. Hands down.
Milk will heat up faster.
they vibrate faster
usually metals or conductors get the heat energy from the heat. the heat transfer the particles in the conductors which causes it to heat up in a faster rate to get it hot.
they soak up the heat
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it depends on the metal. certain metals are resistant to heat while most metals do heat up. Welding is the practice of heating up metal.
Substances that heat up quickly normally have low specific heat capacities.
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1) Mass of the buildings. 2) Heat absorption of paved surfaces vs dirt/grass/trees. 3) The heat generated by the vertiginous population.