Equatorial Climate


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Equatorial Climate

 

the climate in the zone of the humid forests of the equatorial belt, characterized by mild winds, very small annual temperature fluctuations (24°–28°C at sea level), and abundant precipitation (1,500–5,000 mm a year), which occurs more or less evenly throughout the year.

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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.
The SPLM dominance is visible in this green town, the only part of Jonglei State with equatorial climate and southern Sudan base for wild life -- the future game reserve.
Its equatorial climate is perfect for people, like me, who don't mind a bit of sun but don't want to feel uncomfortable or burn to a crisp.
Colombia offers advantages of equatorial climate, a variety of ideal growing conditions, frontage on two oceans, along with tax incentives and reforestation subsidies.
The study was performed in the Ogooue-Ivindo province of Gabon, a country of Central Africa with an equatorial climate.
All fossil plant assemblages have been recorded in order to understand the environment when Wales enjoyed an equatorial climate 300 million years ago, " he said.
With the warm and muggy equatorial climate waiting just beyond the exhibition doors, there was little incentive for suit-wearing exhibitors to lounge in the tropical air at the recent Hi-Per Fab '94 Exhibition and Technical Symposium in Singapore.
Gabon has an equatorial climate and rainforests cover more than four-fifths of the country.
Ethanol in Brazil is derived from sugar cane, which flourishes in the country's equatorial climate.
Certain equatorial climates in particular are optimal for accelerated tree growth and shortened maturity cycles for tree harvesting.