Posted by TimLa on April 2, 2005, 8:28 am
Uh, I hate to point this out, but it's not HIS data. See:
And how about the bit (I think) you clipped out here:
4.5 what? Fast food outlets per km2? Without some context, I have no idea
what the issue is.
I notice the 'theoretically speaking' bit here - it's all 'theoretically
speaking' until you build one...
I don't get it. I looked and looked - what's your point?
Posted by nicksanspam on April 2, 2005, 11:04 am
Agreed, altho there are more precise theories.
Water boils at 212...
Posted by nickanspam on April 2, 2005, 10:58 am
Perhaps the NRCC has remeasured long-term Edmonton weather averages.
What numbers do you have for the average temp and horizontal and
south insolation in January, and where did you find them?
Posted by Cosmopolite on April 4, 2005, 12:41 am
Average daily for Dec.= -11.3 deg c
Average daily for Jan.= -13.5 deg c
Average yearly = 2.4 deg c
Hours of bright sunshine for Dec. = 83.3
Hours of bright sunshine for Jan. = 97.1
Percent of possible daylight hours ( of bright sunshine )
Dec. = 35.3 %; Jan. = 38.5 %
Frost depth to 6 feet
Days of windchill < -20 deg. c; Dec. = 16.5 Jan. = 19.8
< -30 deg. c; Dec. = 7.8 Jan. = 10.6
< -40 deg. c; Dec. = 2.1 Jan. = 4
Systems have to be funtional in the real local environment.
Numbers are for Edmonton International Airport .
I live nearby.
Posted by DJ on April 4, 2005, 12:54 am
I was out that way a few weeks ago, during that warm spell. Interesting
that Edmonton International Airport is nowhere near Edmonton ;-).