climatic classification

climatic classification

[klī′mad·ik ‚klas·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(climatology)
The division of the earth's climates into a system of contiguous regions, each one of which is defined by relative homogeneity of the climate elements.
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4 mm) (FUNCEME, 2015; IPECE, 2015), under Equatorial Savanna climate with dry summer (As), according to the climatic classification of Koppen-Geiger (Kottek et al.
8 mm) (FUNCEME, 2015; IPECE, 2015), under Equatorial Savana climate with dry summer (As) according to the climatic classification of Koppen-Geiger (Kottek et al.
Krajina in 1949 (Meidinger and Pojar, 1991:52), whereas Alberta introduced its initial climatic classification in 1981 (Strong, 1992) and was followed shortly thereafter by other Prairie Provinces.
Water balance and climatic classification of the state of Tabasco, Mexico
Filters work at nominal current with atmospheric temperatures up to 50[degrees]C, and their climatic classification (HMF) guarantees the correct components functioning up to 100[degrees]C.
Other topics include the atmosphere, the global water balance, climatic classification, climate impacts, and anthropogenic climatic changes.