27 November, 2002
Here is a data table of the time when the sun is hitting the ground by Lake Fryxel in the Taylor Valley Antarctica: ../schulzantarctica/gapfractions.html Follow the link below to a table of data that gives the time of direct sunlight to the Lake Fryxel in the Taylor Valley. This is near McMurdo Station in Antarctica. In the previous entry, you have a data table from the Seattle area showing amount of sun daily. Look carefully at this table. What information can you get from looking carefully at the numbers? How are the patterns different? Why are they different? Find a friend with whom you can discuss what you discovered.
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