With its rich history, culture and equatorial climate
, it takes less than two hours to get to the countries capital Accra from Lagos.
With its equatorial climate
and cheap labour, the industry took off and in 1965 began exporting to the United States.
The nation's equatorial climate
, pro-cannabis government regulations, and talented local population provide the core ingredients to produce high crop yields and quality product for export at a low cost, allowing for significant margin regardless of changing market conditions.
The smaller Atlantic basin means its equatorial climate
is influenced by the monsoons over Africa, North America, and perhaps even Asia (Rodwell and Hoskins 1996; Okumura and Xie 2004; Siongco et al.
She added: "The GCC states, as well as other countries in the Middle East and Africa, have promising opportunities in the field of exploitation of the solar energy given the fact that they enjoy equatorial climate
and sun shining rates of 1,400 to 1,800 hours a year."
The equatorial climate
of Brazil is favorable for insects, weeds, and fungi, which leads to demand for agrochemicals.
The highest percentage of respondents (73.3%) answered that malaria occurred in a moderate climate, 16 patients (7%) indicated an equatorial climate
. Three (8.3%) respondents proposed a circumpolar climate and one person (1.7%) did not know the answer.
Watson, "Characteristics of fading and fade countermeasures on a satellite-Earth link operating in an equatorial climate
, with reference to broadcast applications," IEE Proceedings, vol.
Located in Southeast Asia, Malaysia, with a population of almost 30 million, has an equatorial climate
with temperatures ranging between 22 degrees Celsius and 32 degrees Celsius year-round.
The characteristics of the dry equatorial climate
region are similar to those of the tropical interior.
. Time to go: Sweltering equatorial climate
makes Cuba a great getaway to beat midwinter blues.