Koppen Climate Clasification: Dwb
This region, DWB, is apart of humid continental climate. The continental climate’s definition is that the average temperature of the coldest month is below 26.6 °F and there are at least four months that have an average temperature that is equal to or above 50 °f. In the DWB, the high temperature is 71.6 f. It has moderate summers, long winters, large temperature ranges, less precipitation than south. Some of the areas with DWB's have mountains
North, North Korea
- South East Siberia
- East Mongolia
Factors controlling climate
- located 45 to 55 degrees north.
- cyclonic storms near polar.
- polar anticyclone
It affects the animals and plants due to the fact that continentality makes colder winter and warmer summers.
Location that differs and why
In south east Siberia, ther is also a Dwc region. It differs from the Dwb region because it has a more cold and short summer, while the Dwb region has a moderate summer.
- Fur coats that are shed during the summer and grow in the winter
- Conifer trees have needles so it doesn't lose as much water
Mountain food web
Taiga food web
Impact of humans
- There are 10 times as much rain in the wet summer month compared to the dry winter month
- It is one of the smallest climate zones