Climatic Conditions Across the Globe

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Climatic Conditions Across the Globe 1. a) Climatic Conditions: These are conditions arising in the world as a result of a change of weather, including latitude, altitude, winds and ocean currents. Climatic conditions therefore vary in different countries of the world as well as sometimes within the same country. In addition, countries at opposite ends of the earth can have similar climatic conditions. It just depends on their latitude from the equator, i.e. the Caribbean, South Asia are 10-25 degrees north of the equator. Northern Australia and Mauritius are between 10-25 degrees south of the equator. Continent Country Climatic Conditions South America Argentina The climate in Argentina varies from a humid sub-tropical climate in the north with the central semi-arid Pampa ranging from a tropical to a moderately cool climate. Average temperature from -5 to 14 degrees Celsius (23 to 57 degrees Fahrenheit) in June to 17 to 29 degrees Celsius (63 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit) in January. Africa Cameroon Cameroon has a tropical climate, which varies from equatorial in the south to sahelian in the north. The wet season lies in April and September while the rest of the year is dry. Average annual precipitation for this region is between 1,000 and 1,750 mm (39 to 69 inches). Europe Bulgaria Bulgaria has a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters. Average annual precipitation is 630 mm (25 inches). Asia Mongolia Mongolia has a continental climate characterized by long cold winters between October and April and short summers between... ... middle of paper ... ... the Dominican Republic, it is also advised to constantly apply sunscreen throughout the day to prevent sunburn or sun stroke. Clothes Wear light-coloured clothing; wear long trousers and long-sleeved shirts so you can avoid the sun and getting bitten by mosquitoes, but try not to wear too much clothing, as the climate in the Dominican Republic is very high. The climatic conditions in the Dominican Republic can have an effect on the travel operations. DR can experience heavy rainstorms because of its tropical climate; this will affect transportation and many tourists will not choose to visit DR when this season occurs. During the summer season, a lot of tourist will choose to visit DR because of the ideal holiday weather. Although, June to September is hurricane season and some tourists avoid this season.
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