dry season


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dry season

[′drī ‚sēz·ən]
(climatology)
In certain types of climate, an annually recurring period of one or more months during which precipitation is at a minimum for the region.
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Released as a hardback last year, Dry Season was described as "an unflinching debut novel that explores one man's search for redemption in the badlands of South America".
Result of these time series analysis show that rainy season temperature is higher than dry season temperature by 0.
gambiae in Madunguni did not however necessarily increase the infectivity rates in the dry season.
There were significant differences among nesting sites in the wet and the dry season, i.
Nasa's Terra and Aqua satellites make daily observations over the huge Amazon forests and the research team investigated why previous satellite images seemed to show the forests became greener during the dry season June to October.
This seems like a rather silly place to spend the dry season, but since we've already worked out elephants and bakers are about the same thing, this shouldn't come as much of a surprise.
New leaves spring out; there's a flush of green growth and the greening continues as the dry season progresses.
In the dry season, under cloudless skies for months, the unrelenting sun beats down in an unvarying crush of heat and light.
The elephant bandits only strike in Thailand's Khan-Nag Rue-In wildlife sanctuary when food is scarce in the dry season.
This paper contributes to our understanding of dry season sediment transport dynamics by investigating detailed dry season suspended sediment concentration and short-term sedimentation rates for a typical subtropical Australian micro-tidal estuary using direct field measurement data.
Following up an earlier study, they compared the impact of fires on vine mortality when applied during the early (Aug-Sep) and late (Oct-Nov) dry season in both riparian and subriparian habitats near Charters Towers, Queensland.