I performed my own experiment, with one roof of one box painted white, another black and a third covered with plants. Temperatures were recorded inside of the boxes every 30 minutes. How could Stefan's radiation law be used with the temperatures to reflect the white box having cooler temperatures then the black box? I am trying to use Pnet = [tex]\sigma[/tex]Ae(T4 - TO4) ; where P is power, [tex]\sigma[/tex]is the Stefan-Boltzmann constant (5.6696 x 10 W/m2∙K4), A is surface area, e is the emissivity of the object, T is temperature of the object, and TO is the surrounding temperature. Any suggestions on how to use Stefan's radiation law to support/explain my data?