highland climate

highland climate

[′hīlənd ¦klī·mət]
(climatology)
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Our summer of June, July and August are actually the coldest months in Kenya's capital which has a subtropical highland climate with an altitude of 1795 metres (5889 ft).
Sagada features a subtropical highland climate, which means it enjoys generally cool summers, with a relatively narrow annual temperature range and few extremes of temperature.
Caption: Figure 3: (a) Temperature (black) with fitting (green) and PMD (red) with fitting (cyan) for highland climate in Mau-Summit area.
The locations for the Fibre under Test (FUT) were identified and selected distinctively to represent lowland and highland climates in Kenya [8] as presented in Figure 1.
The exercises will take place in Krasnodar Krai southern Russia characterized by its subtropical highland climate. It is noted that the Friendship Defenders 2016 exercises took place in Egypt near Alexandria whereas Russian and Egyptian paratroopers trained on parachute landing fall, usage of anti-tank rifles and firearms.
Rhodiola, a herb found in the cold and highland climate, has led India's leading scientists to wonder if it is the end to the quest for "Sanjeevani", the mythical herb that gave renewed life to Ram's brother Lakshman in the epic Ramayana.
Generally for the anglers the change from lowland rivers to highland brooks and streams meant that while the highland fish were often smaller they were far more active and hungry especially in the cooler highland climate.
As the whisky matures, the cask allows the spirit to breathe and interact with the cool Highland climate. Thus, the art of making fine whisky is to work with the original distillery flavours, and then develop and enhance the product by using the various casks available.
The balmy highland climate of Central America is hospitable to people, livestock, and farm crops.

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