arid climate

arid climate

[′ar·əd ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
Any extremely dry climate.
References in classic literature ?
3] We see nearly the whole of Australia covered by lofty trees, yet that country possesses a far more arid climate.
Then, in the mid-1800s, farmer Clemente Santi cultivated local Sangiovese vines specifically to express Montalcino's warm, arid climate, altitude and variety of soils -- near in distance but far in flavor from Chianti.
Abdul Rahim Architectural Consultants (ARACO), a leading engineering consultant in design and project management in the UAE opines that modern and contemporary construction designs are best suited for the hot and arid climate found in the UAE and across the GCC.
The weather was perfect the following day, albeit hotter because of the arid climate, but I was eager to finally see the Rainbow Mountains.
Pure Harvest Smart Farms, a tech-enabled arid climate agribusiness based in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, has secured historic seed investment of USD $4.
Pure Harvest aims to offer a true and tangible food security solution to the region by overcoming the harsh, arid climate and increasingly scarce fresh water resources in order to grow premium quality local fresh fruits and vegetables all year round.
This methodology can be applied in countries with arid climate.
Keti Bunder, one of the world's largest arid climate mangroves site needs special care in terms of conservation as well as fresh transplantation,' he said.
The bright red and blue striped fragments were preserved thanks to the extremely arid climate of the region, said Dr.
Sindh Forest and Wildlife Department in coordination with International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)-Pakistan, commenced the Spring Plantation Campaign 2017 in Sindh at Keti Bandar, one of the world's largest arid climate mangroves site.
The qanats provide exceptional testimony to cultural traditions and civilizations in desert areas with an arid climate.