Would you find more seasonal changes between the tropics or north and south of the tropics?
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Would you find more seasonal in the area between the tropics or in the areas of north and south of the tropics?
What climate conditions would exist at the poles and the equator if the axis were parallel to the orbit?
If you wanted to live in a region that is warm throughout the year would you choose a location at a high latitude or low latitude?
I would choose mid-latitude, as it is the tropics, where the Sun shines directly overhead and there is no autumn and winter. The tropics are located between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. Both high and low latitude places are near the North and South poles, which means that they are both cold.
If the earth on its axis were not tilted what would be the length of night and day on earth at all times of the year?
I would say no. It's always summer on the surface of the sun. The sun does undergo an 11 year cycle of activity known as sun spots. Earth's seasons are the result of earth's axial tilt with respect to the sun. Summer begins (on earth) when the sun reaches its highest point of the day in the hemisphere you're in, and the same is true for the other planets in our solar system. It is…
All ferret have seasonal coat changes, and in unaltered ferrets it coincides with their reproduction cycles as they are seasonal breeders. Female ferrets seasonal coat change occurs five or six weeks after the beginning of estrus. Seasonal hair loss in unaltered ferrets are more pronounced as compared to altered ferrets. advice from other contributors: Well, if they are pregnant, they mated with male ferrets. They are not losing their hair. Female ferrets, when they are…
As the earth tilts to provide winter in one hemisphere and summer in the other, the fulcrum (pivot point) could be said to be broadly along the equator. Therefore, along the equator should see less affect of seasonal changes. Though you would expect the equator region to be hot during the day (which it usually is) due to the usual lack of cloud cover (which allows the heat of the day to escape into the…