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Question about temperature timeline graphs02-07-2016 05:57
Chara
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Please explain to me the meaning of vertical values
of temp graphs covering diffrent time spans.

Why begin from bottom of diagram with higher values
for lower temps - for instance -32. And with lower values
for higher medium temps f.i. -28. Degrees Celsius.
02-07-2016 07:45
Into the Night
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Chara wrote:
Please explain to me the meaning of vertical values
of temp graphs covering diffrent time spans.

Why begin from bottom of diagram with higher values
for lower temps - for instance -32. And with lower values
for higher medium temps f.i. -28. Degrees Celsius.


Perhaps if you would link to or copy the graph here, that question could be answered.

As a guess, it sounds like you are looking at negative temperatures. Since you seem to be using Celsius, that would mean temperatures lower than the point fresh water freezes.


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02-07-2016 13:56
spot
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If you want help with your homework this is the place to come if you want to fail.
02-07-2016 21:58
Into the Night
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spot wrote:
If you want help with your homework this is the place to come if you want to fail.


Or at least to see some example like you that claims everyone else is wrong and not even say why.


The Parrot Killer
03-07-2016 19:47
IBdaMann
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spot wrote:
If you want help with your homework this is the place to come if you want to fail.

At some point I bet you get tired of being a loser. There is no Olympic event for it and there's no trophy to be won.


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03-07-2016 22:42
Chara
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Now I know: I did not read instructions properly.
Tempratures in graph are for Ice cores.
Not global temps.
Graphs for ice cores of course are
colder at the bottom of diagram, -32.5 degs Celsius.
And warmer at the top, -28.5 degs Celsius.




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