arid climate

arid climate

[′ar·əd ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
Any extremely dry climate.
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Annually, Iran receives almost 413 billion cubic metres of rainfall (rain, snow & hail), 72% of which evaporates because of the arid climate.
Australia also has an arid climate, acidic and salty soil and lack of water resources but has effectively managed these challenges to avoid negative impact on agricultural land and is experienced in managing drought using innovative methods and modern irrigation systems to produce more agro products with the lowest water usage.
This is very important since we live in such an arid climate and our feet can end up feeling soggy and swollen after a long hot day shoved in our shoes.
Innovation in water technologies is helping drive energy efficiency in the region, especially given the mostly hot, arid climate.
The film appears to have been mostly shot in a mountainous region with arid climate.
Sundrop Farms on Sunday announced the launch of its presence in the Middle East region following a successful funding round with global investment firm KKR for the international development of Sundrop's pioneering arid climate agribusiness.
Yong Liu, Chief Operation Officer of JA Solar, commented, "The harsh and arid climate in Pakistan is a great challenge for our solar modules.
This year's exhibition will feature the latest innovations and patented technologies, tailor- made for the Middle East and North Africa's arid climate, making the event an ideal business opportunity for local and regional water authorities and companies.
Given the arid climate in Oman, monitoring and cleaning the panels will be a special area of focus for the partnership.
Planting fruit trees or plants which resist arid climate which is a basic way to fight drought
A dangerously arid climate with no reliable water sources and an ever-shifting terrain, the Empty Quarter in the Arabian Peninsula is one of the most treacherous terrains man and machine could face.
Cattle herding allowed nomads to create livelihoods in an increasingly unpredictable and challenging environment, characterized by an arid climate and scarce resources.