Energetická výměna mezi zemským povrchem a atmosférou v závislosti na meteorologických podmínkách bez ohledu na obsah CO2

Translated title of the contribution: Energy exchange between the earth’s surface and the atmosphere depending on meteorological conditions regardless of CO2 concentration

Vladimír Jirka, Petra Hesslerová, Hanna Huryna, Jan Pokorný

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Abstract

Carbon dioxide is attributed a major role in drying the landscape by raising the temperature of the atmosphere; this increased temperature then causes faster evaporation. It has been mentioned in the media as well as scientific publications how the atmosphere radiates towards the Earth due to the increased greenhouse effect. Summer temperature extremes are related to the increased greenhouse effect of the atmosphere. Science is focused on tracking the sources of greenhouse gases and how they are sequestered, i.e. bound and reduced within the atmosphere. Energy fluxes, incident and reflected solar (shortwave) radiation and heat flux (longwave radiation) between the Earth’s surface, atmosphere and radiometer, are a measure of the greenhouse effect. The data were recorded as a part of continuous measurement at the Domanín site near Třebon, on clear and cloudy days around the summer and winter solstice and on several other days during the growing season. The fundamental role of water vapour and clouds in the energy balance of the Earth’s surface is demonstrated on the examples of the basic components of solar energy measured with the standard net-radiometer Kipp&Zonen CNR1; i.e. incident solar radiation and heat radiation towards the sky at the constant CO2 concentration in the atmosphere.

Translated title of the contributionEnergy exchange between the earth’s surface and the atmosphere depending on meteorological conditions regardless of CO2 concentration
Original languageCzech
Pages (from-to)234-239
Number of pages6
JournalVytapeni, Vetrani, Instalace
Volume30
Issue number5
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2021
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Greenhouse effect
  • Net radiometer
  • Radiation fluxes
  • Temperature

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