climatic zone


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any of the geographical zones loosely divided according to prevailing climate and latitude

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Over the time, cropping pattern also changed across agro climatic zone altering the sowing and harvesting period of crops.
The storage conditions and stability of medicines are designed and calculated on the basis of climatic zones which are classified as climatic zone I, II, III, and IV.
Pakistan is divided into four climatic zones: highland climate zone, lowland climatic zone, coastal climatic zone and arid climatic zone.
Table 1 shows rates of moderate and hot climatic zones as well as for cold climatic zones of different countries (OST, 1974).
He says that the habitat of the first people, the Persians, the fourth climatic zone, was known as the best zone in ancient and medieval times.
i-th type of work package in j-th climatic zone on construction of 1-st gas main in t-th month; t D 1 Volume of work package done on 1-st gas pipeline in t-th month.
There seemed to be a slight correlation between percent reductions m ceiling heat flows and the geographical location of the buildings for the referenced experiments, most of which were carried out in DOE Climatic Zones 2 and 4.
Passive and active systems are configured in accordance to the climatic zone to achieve the ambient temperature in the space.
KITE came from demands for more evolved, compact and reliable systems, that work in any climatic zone.
For example, I couldn't tell you exactly how to classify Bucharest as a climatic zone.
The aircraft are designed for flights up to 5,500km in any climatic zone, day and night, in easy and complex meteorological conditions; the cruising speed is 850km/h.
Dr Abdul Wahid stated that we should plant native trees keeping in view our climatic zone.
Brauman, the research team analyzed crop production, water use and crop water productivity by climatic zone for 16 staple food crops: wheat, maize, rice, barley, rye, millet, sorghum, soybean, sunflower, potato, cassava, sugarcane, sugar beet, oil palm, rapeseed (canola) and groundnut (peanut).
This method is the oldest, developed centuries in the territory of ancient Georgia, in a unique climatic zone," explains Elena Semyonovna.