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Temperature Variation and Apparent Thermal Diffusivity at Lilla Albo, Uppsala, Sweden

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Department of Earth Science, Uppsala University, 753 12 Uppsala, SWEDEN

Int. Res. J. Environment Sci., Volume 2, Issue (11), Pages 65-71, November,22 (2013)


The surface temperature of the earth differs from place to place. These variations are also influenced by the cloud cover. Using the three months sampled temperature data the variations in temperature of Lilla Albo have been studied. This analysis is carried out to determine Apparent Thermal Diffusivity and Zero Curtain Effect which gives an idea and clear understanding about boundary layer interaction with the atmosphere and osmotic potential variation induced by freeze-thaw events at the soil surfaces.


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