Juan angel, emma, noelia temperate climates. EDLC 3rd. yearPresentation Transcript
By: Aruj Juan Ángel,
• These climates , as the name suggests, never
have extreme temperature and are normally
found between the Artic Antartic poles, and
• The areas within this zone have very varied
climates and landscapes, from dry grasslands
• 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
• 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
• 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
• 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
• This climate is usally present in high altitude
(Mostly the Andes)
• Its average temperature can be between 7 and