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low pressure belt and the temperate low pressure zone. Though both are low pressure systems, their weather and heat transfer processes are very different. Their diversion can be viewed under The equatorial zones are distinguished by a hot and wet climate all year round, yet the temperate zones are typified by less stable areas. The temperature difference between the equator and the poles generates a circulation system which redistributes heat from low latitudes to high latitudes. The rising and...

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WHAT IS CLIMATE

 WHAT IS CLIMATE? Have you ever wondered why one area of the world is a desert, another a grassland, and another a rainforest? Why are there different forests and deserts, and why are there different types of life in each area? It is because of Climate. Climate is the characteristic condition of the atmosphere near the earth's surface at a certain place on earth. It is the long-term weather of that area (for at least 30 years). This includes the region's general pattern of weather conditions...

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climate change

Topic: Climate Change Question: What are the factors that affect climate change? Causes of climate change The earth's climate is dynamic and always changing through a natural cycle. What the world is more worried about is that the changes that are occurring today have been speeded up because of man's activities. These changes are being studied by scientists all over the world who are finding evidence from tree rings, pollen samples, ice cores, and sea sediments. The causes of climate change can...

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Weather and Climate

Weather and Climate Neil Frederick S. Calderon, RMT Weather and Climate Describe the physical conditions of the atmosphere in a particular area Weather: short period Climate: long-term pattern of weather Affect human activities and ecosystem distribution Weather and Climate Weather is the day-to-day condition of Earth's atmosphere at a particular time and place. Climate refers to the average year-after-year conditions of temperature and precipitation in a particular region. Both climate and weather...

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Climate Change

Climate change Climate change is a significant and lasting change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns over periods ranging from decades to millions of years. It may be a change in average weather conditions, or in the distribution of weather around the average conditions (i.e., more or fewer extreme weather events). Climate change is caused by factors that include oceanic processes (such as oceanic circulation), variations in solar radiation received by Earth, plate tectonics and...

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Climate Change

Climate Change in Developing Countries Over the past decade, human activity has started to cause an increased rate of negative change to our climate. Although climate change is a worldwide problem no one will feel the impact as harshly as third world countries such many parts of Africa, Asia, and South America. These countries are estimated to be hit the hardest by climate change even though they did the least to cause it. Developing countries have been struggling over the past few years on their...

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Egypt's Climate

The climate in Egypt is generally moderate; it is mostly hot or warm during the day, and cool at night. In the coastal regions, daytime average temperatures range between a minimum 140C in winter and maximum 300C in summer. In deserts the temperatures vary considerably, especially in summer; when they may range from 7°C at night, to 52 °C during the day. While the winter temperatures in deserts do not fluctuate so wildly, they can be as low as 0 °C at night, and as high as 18 °C during the day. Egypt...

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Climate Change

Natalie Sesco English 1 Uri Hertz May 17, 2012 Environmental Issues Everyone talks about climate change and how the Earth is slowly deteriorating, but no one seems to have specific examples. In Linnea Saukko’s “How to Poison the Earth,” she does use specific examples of what is causing climate change. She uses satire with a hint of sarcasm in her essay. She gives the reader specific examples of how to poison the Earth, but not really wanting to poison the Earth...

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Tundra Climate

TUNDRA CLIMATE The tundra biome is characterized by extremely cold temperatures and treeless, frozen landscapes. There are two types of tundra, the arctic tundra and the alpine tundra . ARCTIC TUNDRA The arctic tundra is located in the extreme northern hemisphere around the North Pole. This area experiences low amounts of precipitation and extremely cold temperatures for most of the year. The arctic tundra typically receives less than 10 inches of precipitation per year (mostly in the form of...

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Effects of climate change

With Focus on the British Isles how in 50 years time will climate change effect plant productivity and biodiversity. http://www.pnas.org/content/104/50/19686.full Plant productivity is expected to be strongly affected by climate change within the next 50 years. Lobell et al. (2011) showed that climate trends since 1980 were large enough in many countries to offset a significant proportion of the potential increases in average crop yields due to technological advances, CO2 fertilization and other...

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