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Climate - The Grandma Model Prof Dudley Shallcross (Outreach Director) Tim Harrison (School Teacher Fellow) V1.0
The Grandma Climate Model: 1 The Earth The Sun Mean Temperature of the Earth is around 10 o C
The Grandma Climate Model: 2 Earth Sun With clouds and ice Mean Temperature of the Earth ~ - 18 o C [not +16 o C]
Grandma is now very cold What can she do to warm herself up? Kick the dog out of the way? Move closer to the fire? Get a blanket? What can the Earth do?
Absorption in the Atmosphere
The Grandma Climate Model: 3 with blankets Earth Sun With clouds and iceand greenhouse gases Mean temperature of the Earth ~ 16 o C
1. Thanks to Mike Stuart 2008 for the Grandma cartoons: Acknowledgements 2. Bristol ChemLabS Outreach: 3. CHeMneT: The network for mainly chemistry teachers (Free membership).
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