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Juan angel, emma, noelia temperate climates. EDLC 3rd. year

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  • 1. Temperate Climates By: Aruj Juan Ángel, Fainberg Emma, Rosas Noelia
  • 2. • These climates , as the name suggests, never have extreme temperature and are normally found between the Artic Antartic poles, and the tropics. • The areas within this zone have very varied climates and landscapes, from dry grasslands to forests.
  • 3. The Greenlands • These mid-latitude zones have a cool and rainy climate caused by the cool air from the poles and the warm air from tropics. • Also, this parts of the world are very suitable for crops of great variety, including grains, fruits and green vegetables
  • 4. Dry Grasslands • The temperate climates of South America and North America have sunny and warm summers and harsh winters. • These zones don’t receive too much rain and their vegetation is small and scarce, their fauna often hibernates or migrates in winter to prevent themselves from dying beacause of hunger.
  • 5. Maritime Climates • These are climates next to the sea, which influence permits a more stable temperature between winter and summer. • Usually it’s next to the Continental climate
  • 6. Continental Climate • This climate is arid but mostly in winter beacause of the distance from the sea. • The temperatures between summer and winter can be very different and the anual average is less than 10 degrees
  • 7. Altitude-temperate Climate • This climate is usally present in high altitude (Mostly the Andes) • Its average temperature can be between 7 and 17 degrees