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The changing length of daylight throughout the year is the result of the Earth being tilted If the Earth stood straight up and down, we would have 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night all year round and everywhere on Earth. However, with the Earth's tilt, in the Northern Hemisphere, in the summer, the Arctic is tipped so far toward the sun that from March 20th to September 22nd the sun never stops shining there. Yet even though the Arctic gets almost constant sunlight for six months of the year, it still is not as hot as places nearer the equator.
This is because the sun does not shine on the Arctic directly overhead, but at an angle. This might make it seem like the hottest place in the Northern Hemisphere would be where the sun hits directly on June 21st, but it really takes several weeks to warm the Earth. So it is well into July before we feel the warmest temperatures.
As with the seasons, even though the most direct, intense sunlight is at noon, the day often reaches its warmest temperature sometime early in the afternoon. Again, the Earth is a sphere tilted on its axis an imaginary line around which the Earth spins rotates. As the Earth goes around the sun revolves , the part that is closer to the sun gets more sunlight and experiences summer.
The part further from the sun is in winter. Because of the Earth's tilt , when the Northern Hemisphere is in summer, the Southern hemisphere is in winter. Temperate and Polar regions have four different seasons that rotate throughout every year — spring, summer, fall autumn and winter. Download Hi-Res Color Diagram. When you research information you must cite the reference.
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The part further from the sun is in winter. Because of the Earth's tilt, when the Northern Hemisphere is in summer, the Southern hemisphere is in winter. Temperate and Polar regions have four different. Welcome to Changing Seasons FCU. Here for what But as a member of Changing Seasons Federal Credit Union, you've got another constant: us. We're here.
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Free eBook. Seasons of Change Overview Every time a change occurs in your life, you embark on a transition journey illustrated here with the seasons. Seasons of Change Spiral If we see change as a naturally occurring event - much like the change of seasons - then we can embrace change as a gift and an invitation to improve and enhance our lives.
To grow through life's inevitable ups and downs, we must move through each season in turn. Fall: Time of Sensing a Shift You are likely to be in Fall if you are getting news of changes or you are worrying while you wait for news. Acknowledging that changes are happening in your life Getting the support you need to make it through Creating a safe refuge where you can weather out the storms ahead At the same time, do what you can to avoid these detours: Denying the changes that are occurring in your life Jumping at the first option that shows up Being a lone ranger and trying to do it all alone.
Early Winter: A Time of Retreating and Reflecting You are likely to be in Early Winter if you are feeling tired, feeling confused about all or part of your life, or trying to avoid social events. While you are in Early Winter, focus your attention on:. Renewing yourself Creating quiet time for yourself Reflecting on your situation, your desires, and your ideal At the same time, do what you can to avoid these detours: Staying so busy you can't focus inward Starting something new so you won't have to feel the chaos within Forcing yourself to be happy when you aren't.
During your Winter Solstice time, focus your attention on:.
Turning things upside down to look at your life from new perspectives Drawing a line in the sand and saying "enough is enough" Telling a new story about your past to find new doors to the future At the same time, do what you can to avoid these detours: Avoiding your quiet time Being in a toxic environment Being wedded to one solution.