macroclimate


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macroclimate

the meteorological conditions pertaining over a large area or region, more usually referred to as the climate of that area. see MICROCLIMATE.

macroclimate

the climate as described by standard meteorological information. Paints a broad picture of the weather as perceived by animals and humans, but has little relevance to pasture plants and pathogens.
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