Latitude has everything to do with climate . - The tropics are between 23.5S and 23.5N latitude, - here high temperatures are the norm. Either way north or south from this, ambient temperatures get lower and climate is cooler as you move towards either pole.
Latitude (lines of latitude) are imaginary lines circiling the Earth, the do not effect climate.
tropical,temperate and polar
Latitude and altitude can dramatically affect climate and vegetation. Climate and altitude both have an effect on temperature. This temperature is a big factor in what will grow and what will not.
ocean currents, mountains, elevation, and latitude
"Latitude" is a purely human invention, and has only been around for a few hundred years. No point on earth knows or cares how we define or describe its latitude, and its latitude has no effect on its climate. Long before latitude was invented and Miami's had been measured, the climate there was exactly the same as it is now.
what is the the impact of latitude on climate.
Latitude relates to climate zones in one way. The climate zone determines the latitude.
Latitude and Radiation.
it is sever cold climate to high latitude
latitude is one of the four factors that affect climate. lines of latitude may be farther or closer to the equator, which determines the climate. for example, if the lines of latitude are farther from the equator, the climate will be colder than if the latitude is closer to the equator.
Latitude lines are imaginary. They have no influence on climate.
The high latitude regions have a polar climate.
the three climate regions that are based on the lines of latitude are the tropical mid-latitude and the high latitude
In Canada, like in all other parts of the world, the latitude affects the climate because the closer to the poles you get, the colder it is. At 20 degrees north, it is colder than if you are at 45 degrees north
Latitude effects climate change
It affects the climate because the climate zone is determined by the line of latitude.
Latitude is definitely conected with temperature and as a result climate. Longitude as such is not.
the lower the latitude the higher the temp.
The climate does not necessarily affect the latitude, but the latitude may affect the converse. This answer definately needs improvement, however you can tell by looking at a map that the farther away a country is from the equator, the colder it gets. For example, look at the latitudinal distance from the equator of Northern Canada and Antartica.
I had the same question, it does not I believe
vancouver's latitude is 49.16 N-. So, the climate is moderate.
low latitude climate
a mid latitude steppe is a middle latitude climate with slightly more precipitation than a middle latitude desert climate high yearly temperature range