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bi·o·cli·ma·tol·o·gy

(bī'ō-klī'mă-tol'ō-jē),
The science of the relationship of climatic factors to the distribution, numbers, and types of living organisms; an aspect of ecology.

bioclimatology

(bī′ō-klī′mə-tŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The study of the effects of climatic conditions on living organisms.

bi′o·cli·mat′ic (-klī-măt′ĭk) adj.

bioclimatology

[-klī′mətol′əjē]
the study of the relationship and interactions between climate and organisms.

bioclimatology

An interdisciplinary field that studies of the effects of climate of the biosphere on ecosystems, and the structure and function of living organisms.

bioclimatology

the science devoted to the study of the effects on living organisms of conditions of the natural environment (rainfall, daylight, temperature, air movement) prevailing in specific regions of the earth. See also biometeorology.
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This evaluation showed high productivity in both study locations in the Central Valley, which was considered a highly suitable region based on our bioclimatic index (fig.
A wide spectrum of products, including bioclimatic architectures, risk management and back-office software, the latest technology of LED lighting, luxury shoes for women, products for luxury cinema such as amplifiers, speakers, 3D sounds technologies and processors, deployment of mobile network base stations, radiation protection for medical uses, IT solutions for the rental and fleet management markets, will all be part of the delegation," a release issued by UBIFRANCE said.
A wide spectrum of products, including bioclimatic architectures, risk management and back-office software, the latest technology of LED lightning, luxury shoes for women, products for luxury cinema such as amplifiers, speakers, 3D sounds technologies and processors, deployment of mobile network base stations, radiation protection for medical uses, IT solutions for the rental and fleet management markets, will all be part of the delegation.
The energy efficiency of the building relies mainly on its bioclimatic and passive design.
A potential for the use of bioclimatic principles exists and should be better utilized, namely through a more advantageous positioning of windows on facades.
A sample of 77 bioclimatic buildings (including 45 houses) was collected, covering Greece, other Mediterranean areas and the rest of Europe.
Two broadly defined bioclimatic zones exist in mainland south-eastern Australia, representing both warm temperate wet and warm temperate dry agriculture.
Passive cooling of a bioclimatic building in the continental climate of the Padan Plain: analysing the role of thermal mass with dynamic simulations, International Journal of Sustainable Energy 28(1-3): 141-156.
The study was conducted in the eastern section of the black spruce-moss bioclimatic domain (50[degrees]18'15"N, 68[degrees]15'55"W), approximately 150 km north of Baie-Comeau, Quebec, Canada.
The artificial intelligence techniques are used both in conventional buildings control systems and also in bioclimatic buildings.
Notwithstanding the touring train and rail shuttle, the on-territory offer includes close to 400 lodging units, of which a 150-room bioclimatic hotel as well as a 500-seat multifunctional venue.