The following descriptions of a 24-hour cycle of the flows of radiant energy in November 1974 were written as follow-up assignments to a class exercise measuring these energy flows at the Field Station (Meteorology 511 - Dynamic Meteorology I: Radiation). All the flows of short-wave (or solar) radiation (wave length less than 3 micrometers) and long-wave radiation (wave lengths 3 to 50 micrometers) were measured, and their interrelations calculated.
Levenson, J. and P.E. Matthiae. 1975. Cold air drainage: a field experiment. Field Station Bulletin 8(2): 20-26.