climatic factor

climatic factor

[klī′mad·ik ′fak·tər]
(climatology)
Climatic control, but regarded as including more local influences; thus city smoke and the extent of the builtup metropolitan area are climatic factors, but not climatic controls.
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The pioneer wind erosion scientists Chepil et al (1962) developed a formula to calculate a wind erosion climatic factor for the Wind Erosion Equation (WEQ) (Woodruff and Siddoway 1965).
To estimate the contribution of the climatic factor in pedogenesis it is rational to attract the characteristics that define "soil climate" and also bioclimatic factors that influence the soil forming process via biota.
The most important climatic factor in this case has been the rise in minimum temperatures observed in Australia in recent decades.
The growing stages in plants are related to climatic factor such as flowering and germination due to precipitation.
One can generally conclude that major climatic factor is variation in temperature together with high wind.
And then find out how to apply principles of sustainable architecture for the region through the study of the influence of climatic factor for the environment mountain (temperature, wind movement, solar radiation), as well as natural factors of the area (topograghy, water bodies, vegetation cover) on a set of samples taken from the area the study (a school, a police station, the center of the protection of forests, boothes, restaurant, houses) where the research adopted a special form derived from the potential of the region in order to analyze the samples selected (table 1) .
As a rule, the geographical distribution of species is determined not by a single climatic factor but by a complex of factors (Laivins and Melecis, 2003).
As a result of average temperature increasing by 1.9degC in late summer in the study area over the last 35 years, this has become the most important climatic factor affecting the local golden plover population.
In Subarctic regions of Eurasia, precipitation appears to be the most important climatic factor affecting small grain production.
The anopheline larval density also increases showing that the climatic factor during this time may be favourable for larval breeding and development.
bifolia subpopulation dynamics the fluctuation changes were often observed concerning the number, density, spatial pattern, which were often caused by the climatic factors. The mechanisms of population stability in terms of the of the gradient factor (humidity, light, etc.) existence one should include the ability of the population to occupy favorable microsites for its existence, the conditions of which are determined by the climatic factor, abiotic environment and interspecific relationship dynamics.
The climatic factor will also have certain influence," Vasil Simov concluded.