maritime climate

maritime climate

[′mar·ə‚tīm ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
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It has a definite maritime climate and an abundance of seafood.
However, according to researchers Britain may be the most red-headed part of the world simply because it gets more cloud than Scandinavia because of its maritime climate.
The LED Lantern (degree of protection, materials) must be designed for use in maritime climate.
The fruit is from the San Julian vineyard just 19 miles from the Pacific in the Limari Valley and it's this maritime climate that cools the fruit in the evening, slowly ripening it and giving concentration and finesse.
The hemlock woolly adelgid, found in Virginia in the early 1950s, came from Osaka, Japan, a maritime climate, and was not accustomed to New England winter temperatures, the professor of environmental conservation said.
With its maritime climate and granite soil, Albarino grapes produce a wine that is the epitome of summer: citrus, apple, and melon flavors combined with a zesty minerality.
Normally, Hull has a temperate maritime climate with the Gulf Stream making it a mild region.
The combination of a warm maritime climate, cooled by the Indian Ocean, gravely loamy soil and good early rain ensures that WA continues to produce Premium quality wines.
Also spanning some 475 km of latitude, their location between 50-55[degrees] N--at the boundary between the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea--places them in the middle of an exceptionally dynamic zone of cyclogenesis, an area dominated for much of the year by "the Aleutian Low" resulting in a cool, wet, maritime climate frequented by major storms.
The tree species Ginko biloba and Acer platanoides 'Royal Red' were chosen for their quality and contrast in colour and the ability to withstand the maritime climate.
The other great fundamental that doesn't change is the location of the British Isles - our position in the far eastern Atlantic shores, which dictates a temperate, maritime climate of changeable winds.
A prime consideration in using the JUHD UHF was its stainless steel construction required for certain sites to withstand the tropical maritime climate which is assaulted by northeastern monsoons from November to April and by south-western monsoons from May to October.

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