climatic zone


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climatic zone

[klī′mad·ik ‚zōn]
(climatology)
A belt of the earth's surface within which the climate is generally homogeneous in some respect; an elemental region of a simple climatic classification.
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Mycoplasma putrefaciens significance of difference between proportions (percent) across different climatic zones of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
He also divides it longitudinally into eastern and western regions situated in the extreme north on the basis of the seven climatic zones corresponding to the seven signs of the Zodiac.
Finding the work potential in specific climatic zone and in specific time (month of the year) we can optimize plan / schedule of gas pipeline projects as shown in Figure 4.
Half of this energy is consumed in buildings as they require more energy per square meter compared to countries in similar climatic zones. This is due to simple deficiencies such as bad insulation, obsolete heating systems and inadequate lighting.
Criss-crossing the sandy Gobi desert in China, high mountains, deep valleys and four different climatic zones, Geely challenged the impossible with the courage to dare through its unrivalled quality.
Under global climate change, the Earth's climatic zones will shift toward the poles.
These climatic zones are defined by the intensity of heat delivered to Earth's surface by the sun.
Various climatic zones are sustainable for growing a variety of fruits and vegetables.
The researchers evaluated the relationship of climatic factors in the spread of dengue in different climatic zones in the country through the states of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Kerala.