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acclimate to become used to a new climate or situation. [2 definitions]
Arabian of, pertaining to, originating in, or characteristic of Arabia or its desert climate. [1/4 definitions]
carboniferous (cap.) of, relating to, or designating the geological time period between the Devonian and Permian of the Paleozoic Era, from approximately 350 million to 280 million years ago, when the warm damp climate produced many forests that later formed rich coal deposits. [1/3 definitions]
climate change a change in global and regional climate patterns attributed to an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels.
fundament the geographic features of a region, such as elevation, climate, soils, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
geography the science of the earth's surface, including its physical features, climate, resident populations, political divisions, agriculture, natural resources, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
inequality variability, as of climate or character. [1/5 definitions]
inhospitable of a place or climate, not offering shelter or a favorable condition or aspect; barren; forbidding. [1/2 definitions]
macroclimate the climate of a very large region such as a nation.
meteorological of or pertaining to the atmosphere, weather, or climate. [1/2 definitions]
microclimate the climate of a small, specific, or partial area rather than that of the whole, as of a city or greenhouse. (Cf. macroclimate.)
migrate to change habitat or location periodically as in response to changes in climate or employment opportunities. [1/2 definitions]
paleoclimate the earth's climate in a former geologic time period.
physical geography the branch of geography concerned with the earth's land masses, oceans, and climate, and the distribution of plant and animal species.
physiography the science that deals with the natural features, structure, and phenomena of the earth's surface, such as climate and the distribution of plants and animals; physical geography.
rigor severity or harshness of living conditions, climate, or other circumstances. [1/5 definitions]
the1 used before nouns of climate or natural forces. [1/11 definitions]
tropic (often cap.; usu. pl.) the region around the equator between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn, characterized by a hot climate. [1/4 definitions]