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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rainfall and temperature affect productivity of major agricultural crops (wheat, rice, maize, sugarcane and cotton) across the agro climatic zones in Pakistan.
In order to maintain the climatic zone specific stability; the storage, handling, the length of time between manufacture, and usage are important parameters which need to be monitored critically.
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They enjoyed the best climate in the fourth climatic zone, (9) close to the habitat of the first nation and they formed one people.
Finding the work potential in specific climatic zone and in specific time (month of the year) we can put obtained data in real plan of work shown in figure 2.
Considering the wide diversity that exists in the building typology across India, issues and concerns range from addressing low-cost/low-energy buildings to high energy use buildings through various income groups and climatic zones of the country.
Specific solutions for improving crop per drop will vary by location and climatic zone over time, however.
It is also planned to propose to establish a list of the main risks for a particular climatic zone.
At Pennington, we provide high quality grass seed varieties for nearly every climatic zone and soil condition.
MULTAN -- There is a dire need to plant more and more native trees keeping in view climatic zone.
These trees need to be adjusted since at least autumn 2014 the climatic zone 7b and stock in delivery nursery.