Climate Zone

The pattern of temperatures and orecipitation which define what can live in a region,

REFERENCE:
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e4/Vegetation.png

Steppes

TYPE: Conditions
SUBTYPE: Climate Zone
CATEGORY: Temperate
SUCATEGORY: Semiarid

Tundra

TYPE: Conditions
SUBTYPE: Climate Zone
CATEGORY: Arctic
SUBCATEGORY: Dry

Taiga

TYPE: Conditions
SUBTYPE: Climate Zone
CATEGORY: Arctic
SUBCATEGORY: Forest

DESCRIPTION:
These areas of the polar region get enough water to support forests, overwhelmingly coniferous trees. Winters are very long, cold, and dark; summers are brief and cool but have extremely long days.

Temperate Forest

TYPE: Conditions
SUBTYPE: Climate Zone
CATEGORY: Temperate
SUBCATEGORY: Humid

SEASONS:
Early Winter: 31 days, 8 hours
Mid Winter: 30 days, 9 hours
Late Winter: 30 days, 10 hours
Early Spring: 31 days, 12 hours
Mid Spring: 30 days, 14 hours
Late Spring: 30 days, 15 hours
Early Summer: 31 days, 16 hours
Mid Summer: 30 days, 15 hours
Late Summer: 31 days, 14 hours
Early Fall: 30 days, 12 hours
Mid Fall: 31 days, 10 hours
Late Fall: 30 days, 9 hours

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