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of, or relating to, or influenced by climate
of or relating to a climate; "climatic changes"
Of or pertaining to a climate; depending on, or limited by, a climate
Climatic conditions, changes, and effects relate to the general weather conditions of a place. the threat of rising sea levels and climatic change from overheating of the atmosphere. relating to the weather in a particular area
{s} pertaining to climate, pertaining to weather
of or relating to a climate; "climatic changes
climatic study
Analysis and interpretation of climatic summary data in light of probable impacts on operations, plans, construction, and the like
climatic summary
Tabular data for averages, extremes, and frequencies of weather elements or phenomena for a year, season, month, or other period at a specific location or area
climatic adaptation
In physical anthropology, the genetic adaptation of human beings to different environmental conditions, such as extreme cold, humid heat, desert habitat, and high altitudes. Extreme cold favours short, round bodies with short arms and legs, flat faces with fat pads over the sinuses, narrow noses, and a heavy layer of body fat. These adaptations provide minimum surface area in relation to body mass for minimum heat loss and protect the lungs and base of the brain against cold air in the nasal passages. In conditions of humid heat, where body heat must be dissipated, selection favours tall and thin bodies with maximum surface area for heat radiation. A wide nose prevents warming of the air in the nasal passages, and dark skin protects against harmful solar radiation. The desert-adapted person must compensate for water loss through sweating. A thin but not tall body minimizes both water needs and water loss; skin pigmentation is moderate, since extreme pigmentation is good protection from the sun but allows absorption of heat from direct sunlight, which must be lost by sweating. Adaptation to night cold, often part of a desert environment, provides increased metabolic activity to warm the body during sleep. High altitudes demand, in addition to cold adaptation, adaptation for low air pressure and the consequent low oxygen, usually by an increase in lung tissue. See also acclimatization; race
climatic changes
changes in weather, changes in temperature
climatic region
climatic zone, area of the world classified according to its climatic conditions
climatic zone
any of the geographical zones loosely divided according to prevailing climate and latitude
climatic zone
area of the world classified according to its climatic conditions
from a climatic point of view (pertaining to climate or weather)
Regarding the climate
with respect to climate; "they were used to a climatically different environment
In a climatic manner
national climatic data center
the part of NOAA that maintains the world's largest active archive of weather data