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


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

  1. 1. Temperate Climates By: Aruj Juan Ángel, Fainberg Emma, Rosas Noelia
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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