climatic zone


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climatic zone

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(Physical Geography) any of the eight principal zones, roughly demarcated by lines of latitude, into which the earth can be divided on the basis of climate
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Noun1.climatic zone - any of the geographical zones loosely divided according to prevailing climate and latitude
geographical zone, zone - any of the regions of the surface of the Earth loosely divided according to latitude or longitude
Frigid Zone, polar region, polar zone - the part of the Earth's surface forming a cap over a pole; characterized by frigid climate
Temperate Zone - the part of the Earth's surface between the Arctic Circle and the Tropic of Cancer or between the Antarctic Circle and the Tropic of Capricorn; characterized by temperate climate
semitropics, subtropics - regions adjacent to the tropics
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The results revealed that the effect of climatic variables on crops yield varied across agro climatic zone due to differences in their climate conditions.
Thus, the stability of a pharmaceutical product is the capability of particular formulation in a specific container/closure system to remain within its physical, chemical, microbiological, therapeutic, toxicological, protective, and informational specifications of respective climatic zone.
PMP and maximum 1-day rainfall at different return periods are very useful into highland climatic zone for the designing of soil and water conservation structures, construction of mini dams, st orage reservoirs and hydraulic structures.
Therefore, a building in a cold climatic zone should have the means to harness the sun's energy to the maximum extent through measures such as maximum exposure to sun-facing windows to capture heat, dark color surfaces, high thermal mass and insulation to retain the captured warmth of the sun.
European geographical regions now have a defined number of cycles that act as a “threshold” for compliance with frost resistance in their specific climatic zone.
In this case, dew point for cold climatic zone in winter and for hot climatic zone in summer shall be reduced up to 23 and 14[degrees]C, respectively.
Based on the review of climatic peculiarities of Lithuania which is a coastal country but having not a typical coastal climate, one could notice many regional peculiarities, thus, it could be stated that it is not enough for Lithuania to be attributed to the climatic zone II according to a general East European climate and road regioning, it is suggested to make the regioning of Lithuania from the road construction point of view.
Ibn Khaldun is of the view that the peace and prosperity of an established government are enjoyed only by nations living in the fourth climatic zone, i.
Apparently not much of anything was supposed to grow in its "0b" climatic zone, but plants grew in abundance in the wild.
2 and 3 for each study year by month we shall generate a matrix of type (mn) classification grouping of work package on specific climatic zone (column) and to with specific potential of work(row):Equation
o]F), climatic zone (see Figure 2 below), ventilation type (i.