Temperate climate and Vegetation

TEMPERATE CLIMATE Temperate climates are those without extremes of temperature and precipitation (rain and snow). The changes between summer and winter are generally invigorating without being frustratingly extreme. There are two types of temperate climate: maritime and continental. The maritime climate is strongly influenced by the oceans, which maintain fairly steady temperatures across the seasons. […]

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RELATIVE HUMIDITY

Relative humidity refers to the ratio between the actual amount of water vapour in a given volume of air at a particular temperature and the total amount of water vapour needed to saturate the given volume of air at that temperature. FORMULA RELATIVE HUMIDITY=  AMOUNT OF WATER VAPOUR IN THE AIR     X          100% TOTAL AMOUNT […]

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WINDS IN ACTION

Winds form waves and longshore current which shape the coast. Winds can change the coast too. For example, wind transport sand and deposit them along the coast to form certain features.

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RIVER ENERGY

RIVER ENERGY IS DETERMINED BY THE VELOCITY AND VOLUME OF A RIVER •RIVER VELOCITY IS THE SPEED OF FLOW •RIVER VOLUME IS THE WIDE OF RIVER

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