macroclimate

(from the article `climate`) ...schemes are intended for global- or continental-scale application and define regions that are major subdivisions of continents hundreds to ...
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Macroclimate

30-year weather patterns that are independent of soils or topography (state and regional level). Example: Average spring and fall frost-dates.
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macroclimate

A term used to describe the climate of a large area, such as a entire wine-producing region. Related terms include mesoclimate and microclimate. The macroclimate has an obvious effect on the grapes.
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macroclimate

macroclimate The general climate over a broad area of the earth's surface, as distinguished from mesoclimate or microclimate.
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macroclimate

See below climate,
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macroclimate

The general climate of a relatively large area.
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Macroclimate

The overall climate of a particular region.
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