This city is part of a tropical rain forest
This city is subjected to seasonal monsoons
This city is located in a high-latitude climate zone
This city is experiencing severe drought.
Continuous circulation of hot and cold oceanic currents
Regulation of the rate at which thermal energy leaves the planet
The interaction of plants and animals within specific climate regions
The recycling of the continental crust in subduction zones
Rotation on its axis and revolution around the sun
Varying distance from the sun
Revolution around the sun and inclination of its axis.
Varying distance from the planets of the solar system.
Slopes, wind velocities
Pressure gradients, wind velocities
Lapse rates, convectional flows
Slopes, mountain and valley breezes
Increasing air temperature.
Cooling of saturated air.
Decreasing relative humidity.
Location along a rainshadow.
Primarily at the earth's surface and secondarily in the atmosphere.
By the way of solar radiation, or insolation.
Through the collection of solar energy.
By means of the circumpolar vortex.
North Atlantic Drift
The rate of pressure change.
Solar energy received by the earth.
Distribution of temperature over land and water.
Evaporation from both water surfaces and plants.
Right in the Southern Hemisphere and toward the left in the Northern Hemisphere.
Right in both Southern and Northern Hemispheres.
Left in the Southern Hemisphere and towards the right in the Northern Hemisphere.
Left in the Southern Hemisphere and toward the left in the Northern Hemisphere.
Equatorial low-pressure belt.
Subtropical high-pressure belt.
Convectional offshore precipitation.
Warm ocean currents.
Cold ocean currents.
Orographic offshore precipitation.
Temperature, precipitation, and vegetation.
Precipitation, wind, and temperature.
Temperature, wind, and soils.
Climate, moisture, and solar energy.
Tropical rain forest.
The southern oscillation.
The windward side.
A pressure gradient.
Low pressure areas to high pressure areas.
High pressure areas to low pressure areas.
Areas having equal pressure.
Area lacking pressure differences.
Differences in water density.
The pressure gradient force.
Direct solar radiation.
Reradiation from the earth.
Absorption from the earth.
Latent heat of condensation.
Hours of darkness increase.
Days become longer.
Hours of daylight become fewer.
Hours of daylight become greater.
The angle at which the sun's rays strike the earth.
The earth surface material.
Amount of water vapor in the air.
Degree of cloud cover.
Nature of the surface of the earth.
The buildup of warm water along the east coast of South America.
The Spanish name for little hurricane.
Related to the southern oscillation.
A 17-year cycle of change in the water temperature in the South Pacific.
April 31 and June 21
June 21 and December 21
March 21 and September 21
April 21 and June 21
There is a sudden drop in temperature.
The normal duirnal cycle of cool mornings and warm afternoons is reversed.
Air at lower altitudes is cooler than air aloft.
Smog increases to dangerous levels.
Dust, water crystals, and salt crystals.
Dust, pollen, and smoke.
Water crystals, salt crystals, and ozone.
Ozone, oxygen, and radon.
Lower summer temperatures and higher winter temperatures.
Higher summer temperatures and higher winter temperatures.
Lower summer temperatures and lower winter temperatures.
Higher summer temperatures and lower winter temperatures.
Reradiates its energy faster than does water.
Reradiates its energy slower than does water.
Reflects its energy faster than does water.
Reflects it energy slower than does water.
23.5° north and south latitude.
67.5° north and south latitude.
The summer solstice.