temperate

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temperate

having a climate intermediate between tropical and polar; moderate or mild in temperature
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Each rainforest type found in Victoria will experience raised temperatures and reduced rainfall by 2030 and 2070 compared to current levels; while cool temperate rainforest is found in more regions than any other rainforest type, curiously, it has more restricting climate limitations than other rainforest types.
Pakistan is one of the few countries of the world, where a variety of fruits are grown in cool temperate climate such as apples, pears, plums, cherries, and those grown in the warm temperate climate are apricots, figs, grapes, pomegranates, melons and the rest in the tropical and sub-tropical climate like bananas, mangoes, dates, guava and citrus fruits, which are available throughout the year.
At the same time, many warm temperate species have moved in and colonised the cool temperate Tasmanian region,' he says.
This is especially important as air conditioning becomes more widespread, chewing up energy in the region's often fiercely hot summers: very few Asia-Pacific countries have cool temperate climates.
This is a cool temperate rain forest area, but after 13 years of drought and the horrific Black Saturday bushfires, I am beginning to wonder if we can really still call this area by the same name.
We report here the first record of an arthropod-lichen association in the cool temperate forest of Argentina.
Climate: a cool temperate climate with few extremes.
Blue Shark--a migratory shark of cool temperate waters.