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2. what is climate?

  • the average temperature and precipitation over 30 years.
  • the state of the atmosphere at a particular place and time as regards heat, cloudiness, dryness, sunshine, wind, rain, etc.
  • a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat, e.g. forest or tundra.

3. what happens to australia and indonesia during El Niño years?

  • the trade winds stop causing an uplift of nutrients in the coast of vietnam and the low pressure in the area of laos and cambodia added to the high temperatures and the lack of precipitation causes droughts of 51 degrees in the area
  • trade winds blow eastwards causing an uplift of nutrients in the coast of Australia and the high pressure in the area of indonesia and australia added to the high temperatures and the lack of precipitation causes bushfires and droughts in the area
  • the trade winds blow to the north-west causing an uplift of nutrients in the coast of vietnam and the low pressure in the area of laos and cambodia added to the high temperatures and the lack of precipitation causes bushfires and droughts in the area

4. what is the average temperature in winter of the tundra?

  • 3°C
  • -34°C
  • 3-12°C
  • 22 °C

5. what happens during La Niña years?

  • the same as normal years but intensified in australia there is floodings, heavy rainfall and mudslides while in south america there is bushfires and droughts
  • reversed effects
  • floodings in south america and bushfires in indonesia
  • nothing happens

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