Microclimate

The climate of a very small or restricted area, especially when this differs from the climate of the surrounding area.
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Microclimate

1. Localized climate conditions within an urban area or neighborhood. 2. The climate around a tree or shrub or a stand of trees.
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Microclimate

A local climate that differs from the main climate around it.
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Microclimate

A physical area with a set of conditions different from those surrounding the area.
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microclimate

A set of climate characteristics unique to a specific vineyard or region.
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Microclimate

A small area with a different climate than the surrounding area
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microclimate

any climatic condition in a relatively small area, within a few metres or less above and below the Earth`s surface and within canopies of vegetation. ... [6 related articles]
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microclimate

Climate of a small area, such as a woodland, lake, or even a hedgerow. Significant differences can exist between the climates of two neighbouring areas – for example, a town is usually warmer than the surrounding countryside (forming a heat island), and a woodland cooler, darker, and less windy than an area of open land. Microclimates play a s......
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Microclimate

Environmental conditions around a plant- from 2 feet down in the soil to 3 - 4 times the height of the plant. Example: Plants shading one another.
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microclimate

See below climate,
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microclimate

The climate (i.e. temperature, humidity, air movements, etc.) of a restricted area or space, e.g. of a cave or on a lesser scale of the space beneath stones in a cave. (See microhabitat).
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microclimate

The climate of a small or restricted area, or of the immediate surroundings of an organism or object of interest, esp. where this differs from the climate generally.
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microclimate

The climate of a very small area. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Microclimate

The climate of a very small or restricted area, especially when this differs from the climate of the surrounding area.
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Microclimate

The climate within an area which may differ from the general surrounding area usually due to influences such as windbreaks, hills, structures or dips in the terrain
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microclimate

The climatic condition experienced in the immediate vicinity of the grape bunch. The microclimate is primarily a function of the amount of shading provided by the grape vine canopy as this affects the temperature, light intensity and humidity experienced by the bunch.
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Microclimate

the local climate of a small site or habitat.
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Microclimate

The local climate of specific place or habitat, as influenced by landscape features.
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microclimate

The local climate of specific place or habitat, as influenced by landscape features.
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Microclimate

The local climate of specific place or habitat, as influenced by landscape features.
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Microclimate

The localized climate in a specific, small area as opposed to the overall climate of the larger, surrounding region. A microclimate can be very small, as to encompass a single vine, or cover a whole vineyard of several acres or more. Microclimates can be caused by slope of the land, soil type and colour, fog, exposure, wind and possibly many other ...
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Microclimate

The localized climate in a specific, small area as opposed to the overall climate of the larger, surrounding region. A microclimate can be very small, as to encompass a single vine, or cover a whole vineyard of several acres or more. Microclimates can be caused by slope of the land, soil type and color, fog, exposure, wind and many other factors.
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Microclimate

The localized climate in a specific, small area as opposed to the overall climate of the larger, surrounding region. A microclimate can be very small, as to encompass a single vine, or cover a whole vineyard of several acres or more. Microclimates can be caused by slope of the land, soil type and color, fog, exposure, wind and possibly many other f...
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Microclimate

The small scale climate of a site, affected by site geography, site topography, vegetation, and proximity to bodies of water, etc., which may very slightly from the prevalent regional climatic conditions.
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Microclimate

The specific environmental conditions of your garden site.
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