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London, England, is at the same latitude as Calgary in Canada’s province of Alberta. However, the mean January temperature in London is 5.5°C (42°F), whereas in Calgary it is minus 10°C (14°F). Compare the locations of these two cities, and suggest a reason for this temperature difference.

Summary Introduction

To compare: The locations of London with Calgary.

Concept introduction:

Temperature variation in climates occurs from regions to regions. It fluctuates at different types of whether.

Explanation

London is a city in England of the United States. It is located in the southeast part of the Great Britain. It is located at a latitude of 51.51, longitude of -0.13, and situated at elevation 25 meters above the sea level.

By contrast, Calgary is a city in Canadian province of Alberta...

Summary Introduction

To suggest: A reason for the variation in temperature of London and Calgary.

Concept introduction:

It is located in the southeast part of Great Britain. It is located at latitude of 51.51, longitude of -0.13, and situated at elevation 25 meters above the sea level.

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