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    ChineseClimateCarlosJavierJoaquinUbaldo ChineseClimateCarlosJavierJoaquinUbaldo Presentation Transcript

    • Chinise climate By: CARLOS TAPIA GUERRERO JAVIER JIMÉNEZ JIMÉNEZ JOAQUÍN JOSÉ GARCÍA GARCÍA UBALDO SÁNCHEZ GÓMEZ
    • Characteristics
      • The Chinese climate is also called humid subtropical climate. And it is a variation of Atlantic climate.
      • The main characteristics are hot and wet summers and mild winters.
      • Rainfall occur in every season, but most of rainfall occur during summer when, cyclons moonsons and hurricanes occur.
    • Vegetation
      • Vegetation is made of sub tropical rainforests, chinese “laurisilva” and conifers.
    • Zones
      • Zones in which Chinese climate is located:
      • Asia: China, South Korea, and Japan.
      • Oceania: Australia.
      • America: Northern-east of USA, and in some areas of South American as in Argentina, Brazil…
    • Climate graphs
      • Seoul climate graph:
      • NY climate graph:
    • Fauna
      • For example in the zone of New York are very typical:
      • White tail deers.
      • Black bear.
      • Marmot.
    • THE END
    • Highlands Climate
    • Characteristics:
      • It is an Atlantic climate.
      • Highlands are one of the wettest zones in Europe.
      • It has very abundant precipitations (4.577 mm).
      • It is located in the north of Scotland (United Kingdom).
    • Aberdeen Climate graph:
    • Vegetation
      • The main vegetations are conifers, pines and fir trees.
    • Fauna
      • Some examples are:
      • Red squirrel.
      • Common deer.
      • And in some places seals, whales etc.
    • Geography
      • The Highlands is the place in which we can see beautiful views. Such as Glen Coe and its enormous lakes:
      • Glen Coe. Loch Ness.
    • The End.