Tag Archives: geography

in case you missed it…

22 Oct

I’ve been updating this blog pretty much everyday and posts are starting to get pushed onto the next pages so I thought it would be handy to have a weekly recap of my posts (about 2 weeks for this post since it’s the first) from oldest to newest:


i’ve only got 4 minutes to save the world

2 Oct

I’ve got 4 minutes to post this blog.

While doing my Geography homework for my micro-climate class, I learned:

1 Wm-2  = .0864  MJday-1m-2

This proves useful when calculating the daily energy gain/loss through net shortwave, net longwave, and net all wave radiative flux densities. May this prove useful in your everyday lives.

Bam! (Tomorrow’s 1:24 will be better. I promise.)