Estimating mean monthly incident solar radiation on horizontal and inclined slopes from mean monthly temperatures extremes.

@article{Coops2000EstimatingMM,
  title={Estimating mean monthly incident solar radiation on horizontal and inclined slopes from mean monthly temperatures extremes.},
  author={Nicholas C. Coops and Richard H. Waring and John B. Moncrieff},
  journal={International journal of biometeorology},
  year={2000},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={204-11}
}
Although satellite-borne sensors are now available to estimate cloud cover and incoming short-wave radiation across the Earth's surface, the study of climatic variation and its impact on terrestrial and marine ecosystems involves historical analyses of data from networks of weather stations that only record extremes in temperatures and precipitation on a daily basis. Similarly, when projections are made with global atmospheric circulation models, the spatial resolution of predicted radiation is… CONTINUE READING

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