oceanic climate

(redirected from Sea climate)

oceanic climate

[‚ō·shē′an·ik ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
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If Skegness is proud of its brisk, North Sea climate, then Butlin's is equally proud of its past.
1 / 4 Old Jeddah houses with decorated facades are specially adapted to the hot and humid Red Sea climate. (Samir Saddi, Shutterstock)
Mr Drakeford met scientists from Bangor University and industry representatives to hear about the progress of two cross-border projects aimed at growing both nations' shellfish industries and assessing Irish sea climate change.
With its refreshing sea climate, unique historic architecture and fresh food, Alexandria attracts visitors from all around Egypt, the Gulf and other countries and continents.
The machine also features an energy recovery system, special 'sea climate paint' and cylinder protection, a quick-release coupler with built-in rotator, and a timber spreader.
The ocean liners are mostly used to study sea climate and rare potentials of seas.
Study areaEnvironmental conditions in Turkey are characterized by Black Sea climate, terrestrial climate and Mediterranean climate (Fig.
They may re-consider their statement about the company's ability to deliver good results unless by that they mean concrete skeletons left to crumble in the high temperatures, sand storms, high humidity and sea climate of Bahrain.
Recently, a prospective study over a period of 1 year was conducted in cooperation between a German and an Israeli team, in order to quantify the short-and long-term treatment at the Dead Sea climate on plaque psoriasis (9).