The Flow

The flow of latent heat and flow of sensible heat is equally important forms of loss of heat in the continents; 3. Thus, for the Land in its set, the flow of latent heat is responsible for 82% of the liquid radiation and the turbulent exchange of heat is considered as being 18%. In such a way, according to Ayoade, considering the dynamics of distribution of the liquid radiation and the transference of latent and sensible heat, has the following global energy rocking: 1. The values of annual liquid radiation more are raised in the low latitudes and decrease in direction to the polar regions, from the latitude of 25; 2. The values of liquid radiation little more are raised in the oceans of what in the continents, in the same latitudes, mainly because of the biggest absorption of the radiation on the oceans and the lesser amount of radiation that is set free; 3. The values of liquid radiation are well inferior in the barren continental areas of what in the humid continental areas, because of the biggest amount of lost radiation in barren continental areas under relatively clean skies …. the flows of latent heat and sensible heat are distributed in different way on the continental and oceanic surfaces. The flow of latent heat more is raised on the oceanic surfaces and in the low latitudes.

(1986, P. 43) Finally, the solar radiation when happening on the Land perpassa for processes of attenuation still in the atmosphere, when arriving at the terrestrial surface will go to interact directly with the diverse elements that are part of the terrestrial system, however, such interaction takes in consideration the period of the year, the altitude of the Sun, latitude, as well as, the distribution of the liquid and terrestrial surfaces and the aspects of the same ones. The solar radiation does not act with the same intensity in all the portions of the Land, thus, substantially distinct rockings of radiation inside of the system will occur atmosphere-surface and also in regions sub-regions that form the terrestrial surface.

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