Biodome Temperature Levels

Regarding the temperature levels of this biodome, the main thing to know is that, in a temperate climate, if the biodome is left uninsulated, the annual temperature fluctuations within the biodome would be the same as those outside the biodome, because the alloy structure of the upper dome would transfer heat in and out of the biodome very readily. But in the summertime, because heat would accumulate in the biodome from its upper regions on downward, it would take time for indoor heat to reach the level of the people, and in the wintertime, cold would occupy the lower level of the biodome immediately and work its way upward through the biodome atmosphere. In any case, if a biodome was located in a cold climate, the biodome would definitely need to be insulated and heated, and in a hot climate, the biodome would need to be insulated and cooled.