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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.
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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.
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bioclimatology

An interdisciplinary field that studies of the effects of climate of the biosphere on ecosystems, and the structure and function of living organisms.
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Among the human bioclimatic models, the recently developed "RayMan Pro" is applied.
The values which best indicate the thermal requirements of this species and can be used as equivalents are the bioclimatic variables: annual mean temperature, annual mean maximum temperature, annual mean minimum temperature, winter mean maximum temperature, minimum temperature of the coldest month, mean annual minimum temperature, and annual rainfall.
The basis of the methodological approach of rationing crops water consumption is a technique in which a bioclimatic model of water consumption evaluation has been previously used, followed by the establishment of irrigation norm by solving the equation of the water balance of irrigated field (Karpenko et al., 2015).
He was a student of Professor Tayeb BENOUAZ, he works as researcher in Applied Research Unit on Renewable Energies "URAER Ghardaia", research team: solar and bioclimatic architecture.
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One of the most popular computer programs for energy and bioclimatic simulation for buildings is the EnergyPlus[TM] (DoE, 2012).
For the characterization of mosquito larval habitats, a total of 27 topographical (http: //www.diva-gis.org) and bioclimatic layers (11 layers of temperatures and 8 precipitation indices) (Table I) were obtained from WorldClim ver.
Present (1950-2000) and Last Glacial Maximum (22000 years ago) bioclimatic data were downloaded from the WorldClim database (Hijmans et al.
The wealth of information potentially available for bioclimatic analysis is well illustrated by just one book that describes in great detail the results of testing 88 eucalypt species at 271 sites in southern Africa (Poynton 1979).
And with Mongolia's standing as one of the world's most polluted countries, sustainable solutions are at the core of Gradon's designs, with the proposals featuring 'bioclimatic' design, which incorporates existing natural vegetation into the building's exterior to create vertical gardens.
From its origins, it will be materialized the bioclimatic design criteria established by applying passive strategies and integrating energy-efficient equipment and control systems that reduce substantially the energy demand of the building.