climatic zone


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climatic zone

[klī′mad·ik ‚zōn]
(climatology)
A belt of the earth's surface within which the climate is generally homogeneous in some respect; an elemental region of a simple climatic classification.
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He says that the habitat of the first people, the Persians, the fourth climatic zone, was known as the best zone in ancient and medieval times.
There seemed to be a slight correlation between percent reductions m ceiling heat flows and the geographical location of the buildings for the referenced experiments, most of which were carried out in DOE Climatic Zones 2 and 4.
This farm is in the Coastal Warm Temperate area of climatic Zone 6 (Thackway and Cresswell 1992) with an average annual rainfall of 719 mm.
Specific solutions for improving crop per drop will vary by location and climatic zone over time, however.
The aircraft are designed for flights up to 5,500km in any climatic zone, day and night, in easy and complex meteorological conditions; the cruising speed is 850km/h.
The vehicle must be able to 1) operate in all seasons and weather conditions day in common in Polish climatic zone 2) driving on roads hard and groundwater,3) storage in the open air,4) The automatic washing in the washing brush,5) repair service and repair stations3.
At Pennington, we provide high quality grass seed varieties for nearly every climatic zone and soil condition.
The property lies at elevations up to 2000 meters above sea level within the upper temperate climatic zone.
Raw materials are sourced from every climatic zone in the world and stored in extensive warehouse facilities to insure a steady supply.
Farmers will get 2 messages pertaining to all agricultural and allied categories, 1 message on agriculture-related to agro climatic zone and 1 on bank products (like banking operations, schemes, loan disbursement and crop insurance).
They allowed us to generate Table 5, which lists the two top providers for each climatic zone of interest.