climate

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the totality of surrounding conditions and circumstances affecting growth or development

a prevailing quality, as of thought, behavior, or attitude

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the weather in some location averaged over some long period of time

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the prevailing psychological state

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Regional average annual temperatures are displayed in Figure 2
Japan and the world recorded their highest average annual temperatures on record in 1998, with averages temperatures up 1.
Across Wales the average annual temperature at low altitudes varies from 9.
And, based on temperatures measured at nearby Lake Vanda, scientists estimate that Beacon Valley's average annual temperature is -34[degrees]C.
The average annual temperature in Early Cretaceous Victoria was likely less than -40 degree Celsius, "which means that wintertime temperatures were well below freezing, plus it was dark for five to six months of the year," he said.
Isotope ratios in a carbonate mineral infiltrating other wood samples suggest the region's average annual temperature 45 million years ago was about 13[degrees]C, says Jahren.
Over that period of time, the average annual temperature of these communities increased by nearly one degree Celsius.
For light relief, the debates are punctuated with pages of graphs showing how much the average annual temperature of Winnipeg has fallen since 1860.
This ratio can provide a rough record of climate in the cave's region because it depends on the average annual temperature there.
With 320 days of sunshine a year and an average annual temperature of 18AC, Spain has the ideal conditions for playing golf.
4 NATURE, Knox reports that relatively modest shifts in the globe's average annual temperature and precipitation may have dramatic regional effects on the frequency of catastrophic floods.
Solar water heaters, based on the average annual temperature of 15.
An average annual temperature of 74 degrees and 350 days of sunshine
Temperature records reaching back into the late 1880s show that the Earth's average annual temperature has warned over the last century by at least 0.
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