The earth revolves around sun, in an year earth moves from bottom of sun equitorial plan to top and comes back to the same position at the end of the year….that's why sun rises different times in a year..however on 21–23 march and 21–23 sept earth will be at the sun equitorial plan, it is called equinox ( it means equal day and equal night).
Jun 29, 2016 · As belowground respiration typically varies by less than 10% between daytime and night-time at this site 20, the large discrepancy between daytime and night-time ecosystem respiration in the first ...
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Jun 08, 2017 · In more arid areas, there's less latent heat during the day (so heats up quicker), less LW down at night (due to less water vapor) (so cools down quicker), and so larger fluctuations overall. The opposite is true of maritime regions. On cloudy days, there's less solar radiation, but more LW down. Daytime warms less, but nighttime cools less.
The 5 Scientific Benefits of Nighttime and Early Morning Running Home Blog / News The 5 Scientific Benefits of Nighttime and Early Morning Running Given our hectic lifestyles and the struggle to balance work, family and exercise we often times find the only time to exercise is before the sun rises and after the sun sets.
Apr 14, 2014 · It’s a time of growth. In the summer, temperatures get to the hottest they will be all year. Sometimes they get so high they cause droughts. Some areas receive more rainfall and some receive less. In the areas with less rain and droughts, fires and heat waves may become a problem. Summer is a great time for swimming and going on vacation.
Aug 09, 2016 · Overall, genotype ranks for the contribution of night relative to daytime water losses (E n /E d) were mostly conserved regardless of conditions (Fig. 1K). Compared with controlled conditions, outdoor daytime evaporative demand and light were particularly high ( SI Appendix , Table S3 ), resulting in a general decrease in E n /E d ( Fig. 1 K ).
Dec 08, 2016 · We use mid-sleep times here, the method can however be applied to any variable collected as a time series (e.g., body temperature, reaction times or melatonin levels).