desert climate


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desert climate

[¦dez·ərt ¦klī·mət]
(climatology)
A climate type which is characterized by insufficient moisture to support appreciable plant life; that is, a climate of extreme aridity.
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Moreover, the desert climate and limited water and electricity have an effect on living conditions.
Bahrain's hot desert climate and water shortage doesn't allow farmers to produce on a larger scale.
Inverter control in the desert climate is now possible thanks to unique, innovative technologies.
The desert climate severely limits the shelf life of food items a factor taken into consideration by process technical hygiene chains and export facilities.
Sun damage and dry skin are the problems of a desert climate and it is so important to recognize this and take steps to avoid the skin aging early when you are young.
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Mr Symons and his co-workers also faced rapidly depleting food supplies in the harsh desert climate.
Darren and his co-workers also faced rapidly depleting food supplies in the harsh desert climate.
game against Arizona, and UO coach Chip Kelly doesn't expect game conditions to be a factor, despite the presence of an opponent used to the desert climate coming to the chilly Northwest.
Developed in a desert climate the Arabian horse was prized by the nomadic Bedouin people, often being brought inside the family tent for shelter and protection from theft.
Shade structures and umbrellas create outdoor spaces that are connected with wandering paths that will be enjoyed throughout the year in the desert climate.
The Mendoza region has a unique desert climate perfect for gently ripening the grapes while the glacial melt-waters flow from the Andes into the vineyards as natural irrigation.