arid zone


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arid zone

[′ar·əd ‚zōn]
(climatology)
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2005) reported an average of 62 dust storms each year from 1960 to 2002 in Australia, most of which remain within the arid zone and only the largest reach the coast.
Arid zone agriculture researchers of Pakistan provided the certified quality seeds which have resistance against pest and diseases and suggest those fodder verities/cultivars which have highly drought tolerance.
Among the topics are tectonic frameworks, desert soils, the distinctiveness and diversity of arid zone river systems, desert dune processes and dynamics, and future climate change and arid zone geomorphology.
It makes significant theoretical and methodological contributions to the Australian arid zone archaeological studies.
Based at the Crisalis Incubator at Aberystwyth's Science Park, it has spun out of the Centre for Arid Zone Studies at University of Wales, Bangor.
The company has 'spun out' of the centre for arid zone studies at University of Wales Bangor.
The new biome would be an arid zone featuring plants which flourish in dry conditions, she said.
We live in the only arid zone on Earth where everybody must have a lawn - with its exhaustive daily demand for water.
He bases his model of arid zone Islam upon the fundamental differences between traditional and modern Islamic society, which stem mainly from nationalism and the centralization of the contemporary state.
The new edition of Arid Zone Geomorphology aims to encapsulate the advances that have been made in recent years in the investigation and explanation of landforms and geomorphological processes in drylands.
95 million for the up gradation of arid zone research institute to level of AZRC and establishment of new adaptive research cum demonstration institute at Seakach, Wana South Waziristan, North Waziristan Agency (FATA) Tank and Matora, Laki Marwat.