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climatic

pertaining to or emanating from climate.

climatic stress
deleterious physical effects of climate on animals.
climatic type
see climate classes.

Patient discussion about climatic

Q. If you are an asthmatic, is it better to live in a cold climate or hot climate?

A. Well, I'm not a doctor and I guess you should consult one cause each patient can get allergic asthma from different things but as an asthmatic I can tell you it's not necessarily has to do with cold/warm tough humidity and haziness are definitely important factors for some of us. I tend to get more attacks in places with these factors and in my country, the city which is considered with the "best air" for asthmatics has a dry and cold weather...

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Based on the average climatic indices (2003-2013), tourism climate zoning of West Azerbaijan province in monthly scale for synoptic stations was calculated, and for each month, the map for tourism climate was provided using Tourism Climatic Index (TCI).
However, since this Design Day is derived from the actual historical record, all the climatic characteristics such as the coincident wet-bulb and dew point temperatures, wind speeds, etc.
Consequently, as part of periodic inspection, the regulatory authorities also focus on the special equipment required for stability testing, in this case, primarily on chambers for constant climatic conditions.
Mankind is in the full force of these climatic changes that coincide with the coming ice-age.
Climatic change is connected at present with the phenomenon of global warming.
The university's Prof Brian Huntley said: "Because the UK is in the middle latitudes of Europe, we expected recent climatic warming would favour species with ranges located in the south of Europe and adversely affect northern species.
Previous predictions of toad distribution in Australia were based mostly on the range of climatic conditions where toads live in their native range in Central and South America,' says Professor Shine.
Are recent climatic events the tip of an apocalyptic iceberg or are they manifesting ordinary climate variability?
It's also important, he says, to determine what investment should be made with financial aid to maintain the resilience of societies, both urban and rural, in the face of potential increased climatic variability.
One year does not make a trend toward global warming, but putting 2002 together with past years and decades does [an official at the National Climatic Data Center indicated].
The ice cores they brought up revealed 110,000 years' worth of climatic phenomena, such as wind patterns.

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