climograph


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climograph

[′klī·mə‚graf]
(climatology)
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Results from the climograph of annual average conditions for Bahawalpur city showed that maximum rainfall was recorded in 2015, that resulted in a decrease in the temperature.
By calculating the monthly dryness coefficient of Mastcha's Climograph it was concluded that five months of the year (June, July, August, September, and October) were dry months, three months (May, November, and February) were semi-arid while December, January, and April were sub-humid months.
Students are introduced to a climograph and are asked to complete the sentences.
Therefore, the climograph of a given biome is plotted on a unique scale to emphasize the particular attributes of that biome and to provide adequate (T, P) spatial separation for plant assemblage overlays on a biome basis.
The climograph produced using the SCAS data for the southeast Alaskan coastal rain forest shows somewhat warmer and much wetter climate than that produced with the AGDC data.
Climographs reveal a lot about the temperature and precipitation patterns in particular area.
For climographs, see http://www.geo.msu.edu/geo333/growseason&frost.html.
Temperature and precipitation variations associated with the climate are shown in the accompanying climographs for various U.S.