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terrestrial radiation Long-wave electromagnetic radiation (wavelengths 4–100 μm, with a peak at 10 μm) from the Earth's surface and atmosphere. See also ATMOSPHERIC ‘WINDOW’; GREENHOUSE EFFECT; RADIATION BUDGET; and RADIATION NIGHT.

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terrestrial radiation

terrestrial radiation Long-wave electromagnetic radiation (wavelengths 4–100 μm, with a peak at 10 μm) from the Earth's surface and atmosphere.

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