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Asked in Plate Tectonics
What is the temperature of the earths lithosphere in degrees Fahrenheit?
The depth and temperature of the base of the lithosphere is somewhat in question, but a majority would place the temperature at around 600 degrees C. On the surface of the lithosphere the temperature can dip to around -89 degrees C. 6704 Fahrenheit ...
Asked in Science
What units would be used to measure the surface temperature of a plane?
Surface temperature is the temperature of a body at a particular location. Factors that affects this temperature are altitude, and environmental temperature. The surface temperature declines or goes up as the plane changes altitude. ...
Which planet would you expect has the lowest surface temperature Uranus Saturn or Neptune?
The lowest surface temperature is Jupiter.
Asked in Waves Vibrations and Oscillations
The period of oscillation of a pendulum of constant length at the earths surface is T.its period inside a mine would be?
When you go down below the surface of the Earth, the gravity will initially INCREASE. This is because Earth's density is not uniform - there is more mass concentrated closer to the center, than in the case of a sphere of uniform density. If Earth were a sphere of uniform density, the gravity would get less, once you go below the surface - because some of Earth's material would pull you upward.In any case, if you go further down, eventually the...
Suppose Earth's atmosphere had no greenhouse gases Then Earth's average surface temperature would be?
Then Earth's average surface temperature would be well below freezing.
Asked in Environmental Issues
How does a forest affect temperature?
The influence of a forest on temperature. The forest can lower the surface temperature on the surface during the season. The cool surface temperature allows for the growth of some vegetation that would not grow in the unprotected heat of the sun. ...