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  • Agriculture
    Virtually every kind of plant grows and many species of animals exist in moderate climates. Moderate climates are called "moderate" precisely because they are not extreme, for example, the hot,...

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    The relationship between vegetation and climate and weather is absolute. Each is entirely dependent on the other. Climate is a product in no small measure of ocean currents, which cover most of...

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    The continent of Africa is huge, covering over 11 million square miles, and is surrounded by oceans and seas. The resulting biodiversity is a product of that expanse, which includes one of the...

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    “Europe” stretches from the Portuguese coast on the Atlantic to the West, to Russia’s Ural Mountains in the East, and from the Arctic region in the North, to the coast of the Mediterranean...

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  • Weather and Climate
    Hurricanes, the most violent storms on earth, are tropical cyclones that are formed over the Atlantic Ocean or eastern Pacific Ocean. Scientists have determined that most hurricanes are generated...

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  • Science
    A mountain range can sometimes produce separate types of climates on either of its sides, depending on other meteorological conditions and factors. A mountain range can sometimes trap moisture on...

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  • Science
    Elevation can have a great impact on weather, including temperature and precipitation. And you do not need to be talking about snow topped peaks in the Rockies, either, to see the impact. I live...

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  • Weather and Climate
    I would say that a person from Phoenix would not need to be terribly prepared for the weather in Paris if they were going in the summer. In that season, Paris would be a wonderful change for them....

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  • Weather
    Charleston, South Carolina, possesses a "temperate to subtropic climate." The city averages 230 days without rain. The average summer temperature is around 75 degrees; fall temperatures average out...

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  • Weather and Climate
    The climate in the vast Himalayas has a natural duality because of the range's role as a climatic divide. As a result the duality exists in which the Tibet side of the range is arid and dry while...

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  • Weather and Climate
    The emission of fossil fuels into the atmosphere causes greenhouse gases to accumulate. Greenhouse gasses do not themselves create heat or raise temperature. Instead, they prevent heat from...

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  • Environment
    The effects of climate change on plant and animal life is enormous. Plants and animals have evolved over millions of years, and have developed according to specific environmental conditions. Once...

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  • Science
    The answer lies in the oversimplification of latitude as the only factor in natural environment for vegetation. First, the palm trees in London did not spring up from a wilderness, and would not...

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  • Weather and Climate
    One of the most dominant aspects of life in tropical and subtropical regions is the climate. Tropical regions are located along the equator, the part of the Earth that is closest to the sun;...

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  • Weather and Climate
    The earth is experiencing an anthropogenic climate change. In 1988, the United Nations established a think tank of over two thousand scientists to examine the question of human causality relative...

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  • Weather and Climate
    Hurricanes are a fascinating (and horribly destructive) force of nature, but the factors that help create them are pretty well known. "Latent heat" is one of those factors. I'll try to give you...

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