Longitude doesn't affect an area's climate because the Earth only wobbles on its axis in a vertical fashion. Besides that fact, the Earth is constantly spinning which ensures that all longitudes of the Earth receives as much sunlight and strength of sunlight as the other longitudes that lie at that latitude. While climates do vary from one specific longitude to another this is because of other factors, such as weather patterns, and not because of the longitude itself
global winds and density
Determining climate is based on a lot of things, but the most important is latitude. As you increase in latitude, the colder the climate typically gets. For example, the equator (lowest latitude) is hot, while the upper regions of Earth are colder.
It would be latitude more than longitude that contributes to earth's climate.
Is the sunny climate of the tropics an abiotic factor
A plentiful supply of food is the most important factor in determining a place to settle.
climate and landforms determine a biome's characteristics by being the deciding factor in what can live and grow there, which in itself, is the biggest determining factor in a biome's ecosystem.
how hot it is and where it is on the planet
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The main factor is its mass.
I think the most important climatr factor in Africa are Wind ang Temperature
The speed of the flow.
Its elemental weight
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