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Fundamentals of Physical Geography

2nd Edition
James Petersen
ISBN: 9781133606536

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Fundamentals of Physical Geography

2nd Edition
James Petersen
ISBN: 9781133606536
Textbook Problem

Based on the classification scheme presented in Appendix C, classify the following climate stations from the data provided.

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(A)

To determine

Location A climate stations from the data provided based on the classification scheme presented in Appendix C.

Explanation

According to the given table, the warmest month in Location A is July and it has temperature of about -11oC. Since the temperature of warmest month is less than 10oC(50

(B)

To determine

Location B climate stations from the data provided based on the classification scheme presented in Appendix C.

(C)

To determine

Location C climate stations from the data provided based on the classification scheme presented in Appendix C.

(D)

To determine

Location D climate stations from the data provided based on the classification scheme presented in Appendix C.

(E)

To determine

Location E climate stations from the data provided based on the classification scheme presented in Appendix C.

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