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Global agroclimatic analogues for the Southeastern Atlantic region of the United States
Michael Y. Nuttonson
|Statement||by M. Y. Nuttonson.|
|Contributions||American Institute of Crop Ecology.|
|LC Classifications||S600 .N8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||67000991|
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In the Horn of Africa, temperature departure was less marked (°C). The region was divided into the Gulf Coast states (GCS) and the southeastern Atlantic coast states (ACS). The spatiotemporal patterns of tropical cyclone drought busters (TCDBs) were analyzed. Agroclimatic resource indices could also be used to evaluate regions for technology transfer.
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The first aim of this study was to develop a tool that would allow for effective analysis of various agroclimatic indicators and their dynamics under climate change conditions for a particular region. The Arctic is the Earth region that lies between °N and the North addition to being defined as °N of the equator, the specific border of the Arctic region is defined as the area in which average July temperatures follow the 50 F (10 C) phically, the Arctic spans the Arctic Ocean and covers land areas in parts of Canada, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway.
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