Arctic Tundra or Arctic Mountains and Glacier.
temperate climate zone. pretty close to the tropical climate zone though
temperate climate zone
USA is mostly temperate but Florida and Hawaii are tropical and northern Alaska is arctic.
sub tropical like in southern Florida or southern California
The US and Canada both have Humid continental, semiarid, highland and marine climate zones.
Alaska doesn't share a climate zone with other US States.
Norther Tundras, Prairies, Dessert Scrub, and Forest.
There are so many climate regions found in the US because it covers such a large area. There are 11 different climate regions found in the US.
factors that influence the climate in both the united states and canada include oceans, mountains and
US has a similar land to Canada... Canada has a colder climate... I guess that's it.
It has to do with the globe, not with the US. The US is in the earth's 'temperate zone'. In the northern hemisphere, the Temperate Zone is north of the Tropic of Cancer and south of the Arctic Circle.
The US state of Georgia - - Zone 7.
nine climates found in the us are humid continental, humid suptropical , marine tropical, desert climate, subartic climate, tundra climate, and dry climate
In some parts that is so, but not everywhere. Don't forget Canada is a vast area.
The US is in the northern temperate zone, excluding Alaska and Hawaii.