I've no idea how to start this question, please take a look. I just pick some of the data from the table. Thanks very much. Daily cycle in the surface energy balance The surface energy balance states that Q¤ = QH + QE + QG where QH is sensible heat, QE is latent heat and QG is ground heat flux. I'm required to a) give a brief interpretation1 b) compute these 24 hour totals2 – transfer of sensible heat to the atmosphere in [Jm¡2] – transfer of latent heat to the atmosphere in [Jm¡2] – transfer of water to the atmosphere expressed in [kgm¡2] – equivalent loss of stored soil liquid water expressed in [mmm¡2] (note: the conversion factor is the density of liquid water, i.e. 1000 kgm¡3) Table: Daily cycle in hourly-averaged energy balance components over grassland in Alberta. 1 July 2003. (All fluxes in W m¡2) hour Q¤ QG QH QE 1 -77 -17 -117 23 2 -68 -17 -67 11 . . . . . . . . . . 24 -66 -15 -101 19 etc.