By:Brooke Hahn

Climate Geography of North America

Humid Continental

"Humid Continental covers the Northern quarter
of the Nation."
adjective

of or of the nature of a continent.



Humid Subtropical Climate

"Found in the southeastern quarter of the United States."
adjective bordering on the tropics; nearly tropical


Steppe Climate

"Located on West of 100 Degrees longitude. "

an extensive plain, especially one without trees.

the vast grasslands, especially those in the S and E European and W and SW Asian parts of Russia.



Tropical Savanna

"Summers are Hot, and humid. Winters are mild.Rainfall is distributed evenly though out the year."
noun

a plain characterized by coarse grasses and scattered tree growth, especially on the margins of the tropics where the rainfall is seasonal, as in eastern Africa.



Desert

Violent weather including Thunderstorms,hailstorms,Tornado, and dust storms.
noun a region so arid because of little rainfall that it supports only sparse and widely spaced vegetation or no vegetation at all: The Sahara is a vast sandy desert.


Source-http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/desert.htm

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Marine West Coast

"It Dominates the Pacific Northwest."
adjective of or pertaining to the sea; existing in or produced by the sea:


Mediterranean Climate

"Baths southern and central California. This climate is know for it long sunny,dry summers, and its mild wet winters"
Adjective surrounded or nearly surrounded by land.


Humid Tropical climate

"Hawaiian Islands fall int he easterly trade wind belt, they are wetter on the windward,eastern side where they have the Humid Tropical Climate."
adjective very hot and humid: a tropical climate.


Subarctic Climate

" Subarctic Climate areas is forested and has severe seasonal changes."
adjective of, pertaining to, similar to, or being the region immediately south of the Arctic Circle


Sources-princeton.edu › ~achaney › tmve › wiki100k › docs › Subarctic_climate


Tundra climate

" The tundra climate area is cold all year. It have no trees, only small plants grow.

noun

one of the vast, nearly level, treeless plains of the arctic regions of Europe, Asia, and North America.



Source-blueplanetbiomes.org › tundra_climate_page
ths.sps.lane.edu › biomes › tundra4


HIghland Climates

"Temperatures and precipitation dependent upon elevation and exposure."
Noun highlands, a mountainous region or elevated part of a country.


Sources- Google Sites › site › climatetypes › highland

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