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*  Freshwater swamp forest
... s are found in a range of climate zones, from boreal through temperate and subtropical to tropical. In ...
*  Urban forest
In desert climates, locally native trees adapted to drought conditions emit significantly less BVOCs than plants native to wet ... They moderate local climate, slowing wind and stormwater, and shading homes and businesses to conserve energy. They are ... "Climate Change Management". American Planning Association. American Planning Association. Retrieved 21 December 2017. Nowak, D ... ". "Johannesburg expands its urban forest". W.G. Wilson (2011). Constructed Climates: A primer on urban environments. Chicago: ...
*  Climate change denial
"Dealing in Doubt: The climate denial industry and climate science - a brief history of attacks on climate science, climate ... Public opinion on climate change is significantly impacted by media coverage of climate change, and the effects of climate ... "climate sceptic" and "climate scepticism" were commonly used during the "climategate" debate as meaning "climate denier"." ... Anthropogenic Climate Change) outlined by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and (ii) the relative climate ...
*  Hill farming
These areas are classified as such on account of poor climate, soils, and terrain which cause higher costs in production and ... The harsh terrain and climate of hill farms are hard on the animals, causing them to be relatively very unproductive. Because ... These areas have a harsh climate, short growing seasons, relatively poor quality of soil and long winters. Therefore, these ...
*  Eruption column
Stratospheric injection of aerosols by volcanoes is a major cause of short-term climate change. A common occurrence in ...
*  Future sea level
Current sea level rise Climate Change Climate change in the Arctic Climate of Antarctica Retreat of glaciers since 1850 West ... The oceans store more than 90% of the heat in Earth's climate system and act as a buffer against the effects of climate change ... Climate Change Science Program Workshop, 14-16 November 2005, Arlington VA, Climate Science in Support of Decision-Making; Last ... "North Pacific Decadal Climate Variability since 1661". Journal of Climate. 14 (1): 5-10. Bibcode:2001JCli...14....5B. doi: ...
*  Ablation
In a temperate climate during ablation season, ablation rates typically average around 2 mm/h. Where solar radiation is the ... The sizes and locations of glaciers vary around the world, so depending on the climate and physical geography the varieties of ... is significant due to the importance of long-term availability of water resources and assess glacier response to climate change ...
*  Agriculture in Paraguay
Cotton was especially suited to the Paraguayan climate and soils and was grown primarily by small farmers in the central region ... Paraguay's climate is appropriate for sugarcane cultivation, but traditional methods and inefficient small-scale production ... Most common were citrus fruits, which were ideal for Paraguay's subtropical and tropical climate. Paraguay also produced ... seeds inappropriate for Paraguay's climate, skyrocketing prices for alternative crops, poor weather, blight infection, and a ...
*  Alpine climate
This climate is also referred to as a mountain climate or highland climate. There are multiple definitions of alpine climate. ... In the Köppen climate classification, the alpine climate is part of "Group E", along with the polar climate, where no month has ... Although this climate classification only covers a small portion of the Earth's surface, alpine climates are widely distributed ... The lowest altitude of alpine climate varies dramatically by latitude. If alpine climate is defined by the tree line, then it ...
*  Global biodiversity
... abiotic factors such as extinction events caused by geologically rapid changes in climate. Climate change 299 million years ago ... Other drivers are: overexploitation, pollution, invasive species, and climate change. Biodiversity is usually plotted as the ...
*  Atmospheric temperature
Most of the places with these characteristics are located in the transition between temperate and tropical climates, ... tropical climate, constant gentle wind and sea-side locations show smaller average temperature ranges, smaller variations of ... as measured by the Köppen climate classification. In the Earth's atmosphere, temperature varies greatly at different heights ...
*  Diurnal temperature variation
Diurnal cycle M. Hackworth "Weather & Climate" course notes, with prior permission Archived October 12, 2008, at the Wayback ...
*  Tropical climate
A tropical climate in the Köppen climate classification is a non-arid climate in which all twelve months have mean temperatures ... Tropical climates are frost-free, and changes in the solar angle are small. In tropical climates temperature remains relatively ... Cities featuring a Tropical savanna climate Most places that have this climate are found at the outer margins of the tropical ... Cities featuring a Tropical rainforest climate Some of the places with this climate are indeed uniformly and monotonously wet ...
*  Genetic monitoring
... habitat disturbance and climate change (ii) exploitation and captive breeding (iii) invasive species and pathogens. In 2007 a ... suggesting a pathway for genetic adaptation to changing climate in plants. Genetic monitoring is also useful in monitoring the ... Protected Trout is breeding itself into Extinction Adapting to a warmer climate: the purple pitcher plant mosquito. ...
*  Climate
Weather portal Atmosphere Climate graph Climate inertia Climate Prediction Center Ecosystem Effect of sun angle on climate ... NOAA Climate Services Portal NOAA State of the Climate NASA's Climate change and global warming portal Climate Models and ... Climate models are mathematical models of past, present and future climates. Climate change may occur over long and short ... Climate. Oceanic Climate. Retrieved on 2008-04-15. Michael Ritter. Mediterranean or Dry Summer Subtropical Climate. Archived ...
*  Classroom climate
... is not associated with learning. Emotional climate Leadership climate Bierman, Karen L. (September-October ... Classroom Climate is the classroom environment, the social climate, the emotional and the physical aspects of the classroom. ... "Classroom Climate". Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning. The Trustees of Indiana University. Retrieved 23 October 2013 ... 12 (2). ,access-date= requires ,url= (help) Allodi, Mara W. (18 May 2010). "The meaning of social climate of learning ...
*  Climate One
... Retrieved 2013-12-04. come together (2010-02-26). "Greg's Arctic Voyage". Climate One. Retrieved 2013-12-04. ... Climate One is a branch of The Commonwealth Club of California based in San Francisco, California. It aims to bridge the gap ... Past speakers at Climate One include: General Motors CEO Dan Akerson, who announced that GM would withdraw funding for the ... "Deepak Chopra and Rinaldo Brutoco on Climate, Energy, and Consciousness at the Commonwealth Club". World Business Academy. ...
*  Temperate climate
These include humid subtropical climate, Mediterranean climate, oceanic, and continental climate. Subtropical climates are ... "Weather & climate Change Climates around the world". educationscotland.gov.uk. "Latitude & Climate Zones". The Environmental ... This causes the climate to have cool summers and cool (but not cold) winters. These climates are frequently cloudy. Annual ... The continental climates occur in middle latitudes, between 35° or 40° and 55°. These climates are normally inland or on ...
*  Climate inertia
The observed transient climate sensitivity and the equilibrium climate sensitivity are proportional to the thermal inertia time ... Climate inertia describes the widespread inherent characteristic of the climate, ecological, and socio-economic systems. ... The inertia of the climate system, which will cause climate change to continue for a period after mitigation actions are ... Thus, Earth's equilibrium climate sensitivity adjusts over time until a new steady state equilibrium has been reached. Even ...
*  Drawdown (climate)
Project Drawdown is a climate change mitigation project initiated by Paul Hawken and climate activist Amanda Joy Ravenhill. ... Climate drawdown is the point at which greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere begin to decline on a year-to-year basis ... Paul Hawken Climate Change "Drawdown". Project Drawdown. Retrieved 13 January 2016. Makower, Joel (22 October 2014). "Two Steps ... Drawdown is a goal for reversing climate change, and eventually reducing global average temperatures. ...
*  Climate commitment
... describes the fact that climate reacts with a delay to influencing factors ("climate forcings") such as the ... climate prediction runs in which a full ocean is used and the climate is out of balance. The "commitment" can apply to ... climate prediction runs in which only a shallow ocean is used and it is assumed that the climate has come to equilibrium and " ... Climate commitment studies attempt to assess the amount of future global warming that is "committed" under the assumption of ...
*  Desert climate
The Desert climate (in the Köppen climate classification BWh and BWk, sometimes also BWn), also known as an arid climate, is a ... a hot desert climate (BWh), a cold desert climate (BWk) and, sometimes, a mild desert climate (BWh/BWn). Furthermore, to ... though summers are not typically as hot as hot desert climates. Unlike hot desert climates, cold desert climates tend to ... In Africa, this climate is found along parts of coastal Namibia, Western Sahara and Mauritania. In Asia, this type of climate ...
*  Organisation climate
Although culture and climate are related, climate often proves easier to assess and change. At an individual level of analysis ... Climate surveys can provide concrete evidence of how this works in action. Organisational climate surveying enables the impact ... Organizational climate (sometimes known as Corporate Climate) is the process of quantifying the "culture" of an organization, ... There are two difficulties in defining organization climate: how to define climate, and how to measure it effectively on ...
*  Climate Capitalism
... : Capitalism in the Age of Climate Change is a 2011 book by L. Hunter Lovins and Boyd Cohen. It presents ... of Doubt Reinventing Fire Climate change controversy Climate change policy of the United States Media coverage of climate ... Gail Whiteman (12 May 2011). "Climate economics: Corporate greening falls short". Nature (473): 149-150. doi:10.1038/473149a. ... whether climate change is happening or not". However, reviewer Gail Whiteman is unconvinced by the argument that naked greed ...
*  Emotional climate
Classroom climate Leadership climate Emotions Rivera, Joseph De (1992). "Emotional climate: Social structure and emotional ... Emotional climates reflect the way most members of a community feel in a given situation. The concept of emotional climate was ... Emotional climate is a concept that quantifies the "climate" of a community, being a small group, a classroom, an organization ... Emotional climates are often labeled by using names of emotions, such as joy, anger, and fear. However they can also be labeled ...