Geography - Extreme Environments - Deserts - Climate of Hot Deserts

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Climate of a Hot Desert

  • A desert is defined as an area that has an average rainfall of less than 250 mm a year.
  • Hot deserts can feel even drier because, due to the heat and sun, they also have high rates of evaporation.
  • Rain fall is


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