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R. Jones

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Climate refers to the long-term manifestations of weather and some other atmospheric conditions in a particular area. The climatic conditions of an area might change after some years, specifically after 30 to 35 years. Factors like temperature and other human activities can cause the climate of a city to change. Examples of environments are; continental climates, temperate climates, polar climates, dry climates. Biome, on the other hand, is any biological community that is occupied by similar vegetation like forest or desert. A biome can be affected by the climatic conditions and geography of its location.

Examples of biomes are; marine biomes, terrestrial biomes, and freshwater biomes. What determines the climate of an area is the atmospheric temperature and precipitation. What determines a biome is the uniformity of the vegetation. Another difference is that the climatic conditions of an area can influence the pattern of growth of a particular biome, but a biome cannot influence climate in the same manner

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The maritime and continental climate differ mostly in temperature. Maritime climate has fewer changes in temperature while in a continental climate the temperature greatly fluctuates. In the maritime climate, summers can be not scorching and winters not too cold. A continental climate, on the other hand, has summers that can be very hot and winters are freezing.

The reason behind this is maritime climates are located near bodies of water like rivers or seas. Bodies of water can retain heat during winters and can give cool air during summers. Continental climates can be found far away from bodies of water hence extreme temperature are experienced. That is why a country that is near a body of water does not experience scorching summers and snows on winters.

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The Paris agreement is a treaty that is signed by different countries that are part of the United Nations wherein it would seek to lessen greenhouse gas emissions. This would deal with everything that is related to the stop of greenhouse gases such as the adaptation, mitigation, and even the finance of projects that will put a stop to this soon.

This agreement will help not only those who would like to reduce greenhouse gases, it can also inform countries to know what to do with items that can be recycled or renewed. Information and knowledge about these things will make a difference in the world in general as long as the proper processes will be followed.

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One of the greatest inventions that has become key to the survival of many humans is the solar powered generator. In some colder climates, gas may not be easily accessible to all to be able to run gas powered generators. The solar powered generator is able to run purely off of the power created by the sun and does not require any other form of energy, such as gasoline.

There is a long history of solar technology, but it is rumored that the first solar power to turn into electricity was in 1883 and was created by French Scientist Edmond Bacquerel.

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The correct answer to this question is B, temperate climate. It is a climate on Earth, which occurs in the middle latitude. Temperate climates span between the polar regions and the tropics. Zones with temperate climates have wider temperature ranges throughout the year. They also have unique seasonal changes.

These seasons include spring, summer, autumn, and winter. A majority of the world resides in temperate climates, which leads to larger cities. Countries residing in temperate climates include the United States, New Zealand, and Japan. Farming is also a popular practice on these climates, due to the rain and warm summers.

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Climate change is a very important thing to pay attention to in a world in which it is becoming increasingly relevant. Climate change is a direct result of global warming. The more polutants that we put in the air the worse it is for the environment. This results in things happening like glacial melting, catastrophic natural disasters like earthquakes,hurricanes and floods, and complete changes in the climates of some regions.

These sort of changes disrupt natural ecosystems as the change the already esablished environments. The only way to combat such things is to work together as an entire planet to live in a greener way. Reducing our carbon emissions can help to set the things that have become right wrong.

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This question is horrible because it is completely based on the naked eyes conception which is unfair.

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The climate of a region can be influenced by many factors in the area. The strength of the sun can affect the climate and weather. The latitude shows the location of the climate. The further away the location is from the equator, the higher the temperature. Wind and ocean currents provide cooler temperatures. Atmospheric pressure is associated with elevation. The pressure will decrease when elevation increases.

So, when there is less pressure, the temperature would most likely be cooler. Precipitation also affects climate. The location of a place may determine how much and the kind of precipitation in a certain climate. If a city is located is the north, there is a greater chance of having a snowy precipitation than a location closer to the equator.

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The precipitation and temperature over a period of a year

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Continental climates are defined as having a coldest month mean temperature below -3 C (26.6 F) or 0 °C depending on which isotherm used for the coldest month and four months above 10 °C. In Continental climates, Precipitation tends to be moderate in amount, concentrated mostly in the warmer months.

A continental climate is located in the interior of a continent or is a climate having characteristics similar to those found in such locations. Continental is a descriptive term that is general rather than specific. It includes temperature extremes, large diurnal and seasonal ranges of temperature, small annual precipitation totals, and low relative humidifies.

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