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ISBN:
0750218185
Author:
Keith Lye
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Science Nature & How It Works
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hodder Wayland (June 30, 1996)
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Equatorial Climates book. Keith Lye is the author of many books including "The New Children's Illustrated Atlas of the World," "The Complete Atlas of the World" and "Atlas in the Round. An exploration of the globe through the world's climates offers a new. Books by Keith Lye. Mor. rivia About Equatorial Climates.

As the other equatorial climate in this region, this region has no dry season . This region has the best climate in the country.

As the other equatorial climate in this region, this region has no dry season but has a well-developed double maximum rainfall in May and October. There is high average temperatures and humidity throughout the year. The Kenyan coast differs from the equatorial climate being well known for its high annual rainfall totals in that it receives much lower totals. Day temperatures are cool and nights may be chilly. Modified Equatorial Climate of Lake Victoria Basin. 2.  Natural Environmental Variables and Seasonality.

Characteristics of Equatorial Climates. Regions with this climate experience high temperatures all year round. However, they contain about half of the world’s known animal species and provide about 40% of the world’s oxygen. There are several layers of vegetation in a rainforest. The average monthly temperatures are about 26 – 28 degrees Celsius. The annual temperature range (the difference between the average temperature of the hottest and coldest months) is very small. The uppermost layer is made up of the crowns of the tallest trees.

The equatorial climate zone is located around the equator and covers .

The equatorial climate zone is located around the equator and covers wide areas in South America, Central Africa and South-East Asia. The vegetation in the forest is so thick and impenetrable, that at some places is absolutely impossible to be done even a step. In this part of the world you can find yet places where human being have never set foot.

One day in an equatorial climate can be very similar to the next, while the change in temperature between day and night may be larger than the average change in temperature along the year. A tropical rainforest climate is usually found at latitudes within five degrees North and south of the equator, which are dominated by the Intertropical Convergence Zone. The climate is most commonly found in Southeast Asia, Central Africa and South America.

From the WORLD'S CLIMATES series, an exploration of the regions which lie around the Equator, such as the Amazonian rain-forest, the monsoon regions of the world, the forests of Asia and Africa and the savanna. Includes information on the people, plants and animals that live in this part of the world. Illustrated in full colour.