moist climate

moist climate

[′mȯist ′klīm·ət]
(climatology)
In C.W. Thornthwaite's climatic classification, any type of climate in which the seasonal water surplus counteracts seasonal water deficiency; thus it has a moisture index greater than zero.
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Moist climate, coral reefs, sharks, Port Blair, convict-barracks, Rutland Island, cottonwoods--Ah, here we are.
These early mild to moderate symptoms of nose and skin are fairly common in low moist climate, although not dangerous but quite disturbing and hamper daily life routine.
The steep, rugged mountains, warm, moist climate, and variety of plant and animal life are typical of this natural region.
Without any natural predators, and with the warm moist climate conditions in the Southeast, kudzu appears to have gone wild over the countryside, engulfing thousands of acres of trees, shrubs, buildings or just about anything in its path.
In moist climate zones, it is cost effective in both 2A and 3A, but not climate zone 1A.
Blastomycosis is a fungal infection which is caused by Blastomyces dermatitidis and is especially endemic in areas of the United States with a moist climate, i.
A moist climate, deep forests and dense network of water streams help the spread of the disease.
In moist climate, mildew grows as purplish or white powder above the surfaces of leaves or in dry conditions of weather, simply white spots is seenon the plant parts.
Dr John Good gives a talk on Gardening in a Moist Climate to Abergele Garden Society, 7.
One hypothesis is that a subspecies of Treponema from the warm, moist climate of the tropical New World mutated into the venereal subspecies to survive in the cooler and relatively more hygienic European environment.
This is an important vegetable of winter season and requires a cool and moist climate.
With the position of the jet stream determining whether we get our normal mild and moist climate or the severe cold that we are experiencing now, nobody can forecast when we will experience these severe weather events.