temperate climate


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temperate climate

[′tem·prət ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
The climate of the middle latitudes; the climate between the extremes of tropical climate and polar climate.
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The climate of the area is the C (W2) corresponding to a humid, temperate climate with summer rains (Garcia, 1981).
The emirate is capitalising on its diverse landscape, rich heritage, temperate climate, top-notch hotels and resorts, and 65km of superb sandy beaches and clear crystal blue waters, which all together make Ras Al Khaimah a fabulous, luxury destination for leisure and adventure travel on the local, regional and international levels.
Ras Al Khaimah is fast establishing itself as a global tourism brand with huge potential for investment, capitalising on its diverse landscape, rich heritage, temperate climate and top-notch hotels and resorts, which together make Ras Al Khaimah a fabulous, affordable luxury destination for leisure and adventure travel on the local, regional and international levels.
Blessed by a temperate climate, among Nice's many attractions are its beautiful beaches, seaside promenade, museums, famous city landmarks and other tourist attractions.
To the Editor: Cryptococcus gattii was considered to be geographically restricted to countries with tropical and subtropical climates until 1999, when an outbreak of cryptococcosis in humans and animals occurred in the temperate climate of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada (1).
Character Group chairman Richard King said: "There is no longer any doubt that Christmas trade has suffered to date as a direct result of the abnormally temperate climate but also from the exceptionally difficult retail market in general."
There is a relationship between herpes zoster and seasonal variations which seems to be different from temperate climate of western countries.
Lesley Leeway, a 75-year-old retired steel worker from Marton, said: "Cornwall or Devon because they have a temperate climate."
IT IS about time the public and our 'wonderful' new rulers of racing woke up to the fact that, entirely due to the the hard work and perseverance of the Newbury racecourse team, created in the past by such as Geoffrey Freer and Frank Osgood and now featuring Frank's son Richard, the course was able to stage three wonderful days' racing on the much-maligned surface of turf, grown successfully only because of the temperate climate in England and Ireland.
Visitors from the GCC are often stuck by our green country and the warm hospitality and, as we enter the summer months, businesses wishing to escape the heat of the Gulf can take advantage of the temperate climate of the Emerald Isle."
A temperate climate and relatively low cost of living also made the country a popular choice.
Edward Someus, with a Budapest environmental technologies company, explores food crop mineral deficiency and disturbance stress mitigation in temperate climate regions by valorizing agricultural byproducts; the approach is part of the AGROCARBON movement afoot around the world, and of course he recommends his company's product.