climate

(Learning Modules / Geography / Weather forecasting) The average condition of weather over a long time.
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climate

(Learning Modules / Geography / Geography of energy) The average condition of weather over a long time.
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Climate

Climate is a measure of the average pattern of variation in temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, wind, precipitation, atmospheric particle count and other meteorological variables in a given region over long periods of time. Climate is different from weather, in that weather only describes the short-term conditions of these variables in a ...
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Climate

The prevalent long term weather conditions in a particular area. Climatic elements include precipitation, temperature, humidity, sunshine and wind
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Climate

• (v. i.) To dwell. • (v. i.) The condition of a place in relation to various phenomena of the atmosphere, as temperature, moisture, etc., especially as they affect animal or vegetable life. • (v. i.) One of thirty regions or zones, parallel to the equator, into which the surface of the earth from the equator to the pole was divided,...
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Climate

(climatic) 1)In the most general sense, the term "climate variability" denotes the inherent characteristic of climate which manifests itself in changes of climate with time. The degree of climate variability can be described by the differences between long-term statistics of meteorological elements calculated for different periods. (In this sense, ...
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climate

(from the article `astrolabe`) ...objects in the sky. The alidade made it possible to use the astrolabe for surveying applications—e.g., determining the height of a mountain. Most ...
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climate

noun the prevailing psychological state; `the climate of opinion`; `the national mood had changed radically since the last election`
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climate

clime noun the weather in some location averaged over some long period of time; `the dank climate of southern Wales`; `plants from a cold clime travel best in winter`
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climate

Click images to enlargeCombination of weather conditions at a particular place over a period of time – usually a minimum of 30 years. A climate classification encompasses the averages, extremes, and frequencies of all meteorological elements such as temperature, atmospheric pressure, precipitation, wind, humidity, an...
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Climate

Cli'mate intransitive verb To dwell. [ Poetic] Shak.
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Climate

Cli'mate noun [ French climat , Latin clima , -atis , from Greek ..., ..., slope, the supposed slope of the earth (from the equator toward the pole), hence a region or zone of the earth, from ... to slope, incline, akin to English lean , intransitive verb See Lean ,
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Climate

A statistical portrait of weather conditions in a specific place over a long period.
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Climate

Average atmospheric conditions of an area. This is controlled by the latitude of the area, which determines how much solar radiation it receives, the distribution of land masses and oceans, the altitude and topography of the area, and the influence of ocean currents. See weather.
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climate

average meteorological conditions in a certain area over a certain period.
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Climate

Average weather of an area, usually averaged over at least 10 years
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Climate

Climate is the average state of the atmosphere with regard to warmth, wind, rain and other variable conditions throughout a long period of time. It is dependant on the interaction of atmospheric conditions, such as wind, cloud, temperature and rainfall and on the surface features of the earth itself, such as the distribution of land and water, moun...
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climate

climate, average condition of the atmosphere near the earth's surface over a long period of time, taking into account temperature, precipitation (see rain), humidity, wind, barometric pressure, and other phenomena.Sections in this article:IntroductionPrimary Influence on ClimateSecondary Influences ...
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climate

conditions of the atmosphere at a particular location over a long period of time; it is the long-term summation of the atmospheric elements (and ... [62 related articles]
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climate

Designation for the totality of all meteorological processes or possible weather conditions including the typical succession as well as the daily and seasonal fluctuations, which are responsible for the average state of the earth's atmosphere at a certain place. The name (Greek climate = curvature) is derived from the curvature of the globe and the...
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Climate

Determined by the daily weather interactions over many years. Characteristics used in determining climate are temperature, precipitation, humidity, sunshine, and cloudiness, wind, and air pressure. Climatologists describe climate in terms of average temperature and precipitation amounts.
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Climate

General pattern of weather conditions for a region over a long period time (at least 30 years).
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Climate

It is the long-term pattern of weather in a region.
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Climate

OFSTED terms this as a composite judgement reflecting attitudes to the school, behaviour (including the incidence of exclusions), personal development and relationships, attendance, provision for PSMSC development and procedures for child protection and f
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Climate

Synthesis of weather conditions in a given area, characterized by long-term statistics (mean values, variances, probabilities of extreme values, etc.) of the meteorological elements in that area. Polar climate (arctic climate) is generally the climate of a geographical polar region, most commonly taken to be a climate which is too cold to support t...
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