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2015-12-08T18:23:34+08:00

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Soil absorbs heat faster due to its darker shade compared to that of the water.
 
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Soil absorbs heat faster than water. Soil is dark, rough, and solid, (its molecules are compacted together) which all contribute to the absorption of the radiation. Color is a factor. The typically darker color of land gives it a higher propensity to trapping heat.

Actually, most minerals (what soil and rocks are made from) have a greater thermal conductivity than water. Thus, it heats faster than water.


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