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Analysis of a climate graph. Upernivik exemple

Analyis of Upernivik climate graph 

 

tundra

 

  1. Temperatures. 
    1. The hottest months are June , July ( 5 ºC)  and August ( 5 ºC) and the coldest ones are January ( 21,5 º C) , February ( 23ºC) and March.
    2. The average temperature is - 8,5 ºC
    3. The temperature range is 28 º C
  1. Precipitations
    1. They are little  ( less than 250 mm per year ) and are concentrated in summer and  autumn ( rainy season from August to November)
    2. The total amount of precipitation is 234 mm .

 

  1. Relationship between temperatures and precipitations.
    1. There is no dry season  because most of the  months are under 0 ºC 
  1. Type of climate
    1. This is a polar climate, a tundra climate  It is very cold  ( under 0ºC) most of the year and has a short summer and precipitations  are very little
  1. Conclusion
    1. There are a tundra vegetation  ( grass and little scrubs ) and fauna is adapted to cold ( reindeer, caribous, wolves, foxes...)

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