maritime climate

maritime climate

[′mar·ə‚tīm ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
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Visit parkdeanresorts.co.uk or call 0330 123 4850 Newquay has a moderate maritime climate, meaning mild winters and cool summers making it great to visit all year
While that's no revelation, the world - the richer constituents in particular - continues to burn coal, oil and gas in huge quantities, and raising the global temperatures to record levels even in the parts of the world identified with maritime climate. Look at Europe.
Value lighting and climate control in the dark halls of the biggest art and civilization museum in the Arab world may somehow transpose viewers to the paintings' original socio-geographical context-the Netherlands of the temperate maritime climate with generally pleasant summers and quite cold and dark winters-but only for a moment.
The goal of the presentation was to show the very best teas, whilst explaining that the other and less costly cups also offer unique quality and cannot normally be produced anywhere other than in Japan, with the Japanese botanical material, on the archipelago's volcanic soil and in the Japanese maritime climate.
We actually believed one of the local characters who told us a story about the weather we were experiencing being totally out of character for Newfoundland, which usually had a maritime climate as mild as Vancouver Island.
"Eastern Washington was looking for Jonagold growers on the west side of Washington because Jonagolds like the maritime climate we have here" Dorie Belisle explained.
Its maritime climate and sandy soils provide an environment uniquely suited to growing premium vinifera grapes.
The area has a temperate maritime climate with an average rainfall of 1150 mm per annum spread relatively evenly over the year.
The hemlock woolly adelgid, found in Virginia in the early 1950s, came from Osaka, Japan, a maritime climate, and was not accustomed to New England winter temperatures, the professor of environmental conservation said.
It has a definite maritime climate and an abundance of seafood.
However, according to researchers Britain may be the most red-headed part of the world simply because it gets more cloud than Scandinavia because of its maritime climate.

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