Arid Climate Zones


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Eps 6: Arid Climate Zones


Arid climate is known for being dry that is what the word arid means.
If land has an Arid climate it is usually a desert.
There are a few Arid climate areas that are so dry that no plants can survive, such as Atacama Desert.

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These dry areas are characterised by excessive heat and insufficient or variable rainfall. The presence of highly heated land surfaces also hinders rainfall, and as a result, there are large areas with dry climates far from the sea. In general, climatic contrasts arise from differences in the amount of rain that falls in each season, as well as the temperature of the land surface. However, even in areas with relatively warm climates, such as near the equator and in regions with cold climates, there are contrasting climates.
There are three major types of climate when describing dry zones, namely those where rainfall is usually less than 250 millimetres per 10 years, such as near the equator.
These low rainfall levels are due to a combination of factors such as lack of vegetation, high altitude and high temperatures. It is largely due to climate change, but also to the effects of natural variations in the Earth's atmosphere.
Some parts of the Arctic and Antarctic have a dry climate because they are cold - and there is a lack of vegetation, elevation and high temperatures, as well as high levels of carbon dioxide.
Besides the drought, a desert climate is characterized by high monthly mean temperatures. However, the daily temperature range is much lower than the annual average temperature in dry climates. If the climate means that annual rainfall per millimetre is less than five times the threshold, it is classified as a desert. A precipitation threshold is a constant that represents the distribution of precipitation over the year, and if the average annual precipitation in millimetres is more than three times higher than the defined precipitation thresholds, it can be classified as an aride.
The semi-arid climate zones are surrounded by desert areas and include parts of Africa, South America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The African climate is dominated by dry climates in the southern part of the continent with high monthly average temperatures. The central parts of this continent are wetter, but with lower monthly average temperatures and lower annual mean temperatures.
The Mediterranean climate is found in the Mediterranean regions such as Italy, Greece, Spain, Italy and the Middle East.
The coastal oceanic climate is found in the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf of Mexico, as well as in the Indian Ocean. The deserts of the earth are usually received and are hot and dry all year round - round, but dry grassland is found in the center of the continent, where temperature fluctuations are extreme.
This climate is characterized by a narrow temperature range and falls significantly in summer. Unlike Patagonia, it is also normally considered humid in terms of rainfall.
The sub-categories are based on the season in which precipitation falls, and the source is precipitation that soaks the ground, including rain, snow, sleet and hail. The climate found in the figures below corresponds to the climate of the subcategory El Nino.
Intense sunshine, so that the tropics are warm all year round and have an average temperature of at least 18 degrees Celsius every month.
Rainfall is plentiful, with more than 59 inches of rainfall each year and average temperatures in the hottest humidity zones above 64 degrees Celsius.
This climate zone is so dry because moisture from the air evaporates quickly and there is hardly any precipitation. In this zone, the very cold temperatures sometimes drop to -30 degrees, but in the hottest humidity zones, rainfall is usually only a few centimetres per year. This zone has very low temperatures of -20 ° F and very high humidity, with only 1.5 inches per decade.
An arid or semi-arid climate can occur where warm, humid air is blocked by mountains, such as in the Himalayas, the Middle East, and the Pacific.
In some parts of the world, the climate is mainly influenced by the geographical location of a region on a continent. The Mediterranean climate is found in the Middle East, North Africa, South America and the Caribbean, for example.
Pakistan's highland climate consists of mild summers and cold winters that absorb an increasing amount of moisture in the air, which has a negative impact on the temperature and humidity of the country, making it impossible to grow vegetation in winter. Summers are often hot and humid, with high temperatures and low humidity, while winters are cold and dry, but summers are hotter and drier.
Arid is aimed at drought and is used both for the climate itself and for the terrestrial climate. Coastal climates are also challenging for gardeners, as they have hot and long summers, while coastal dwellers have to cope with salty air and sandy salt soils. In this article we will talk about how to grow vegetation in dry climates and coastal regions. The climate of each of these zones is determined by a combination of temperature, humidity and moisture content of the soil and air.