Which climate conditions are typical of regions near the North Pole and the South Pole?
high temperature and high precipitation
low temperature and low precipitation
low temperature and high precipitation
high temperature and low precipitation
Nevada's annual precipitation is between 21 and 24 cm. Washington state averages between 96 and 97 cm of precipitation per year. Which of these factors has the greatest impact on the difference in precipitation between these two states?
location of each state on the continent
size of each state
industry found in each state
frequency of volcanic activity in each state
the average temperature of the desert environment should be similar to that of the tundra environment
the average temperature of the tropical rain forest environment should be similar to that of the grassland environment
the annual precipitation of the grassland environment should be similar to that of the tropical rain forest environment
the annual precipitation of the tundra environment should be similar to that of the desert environment
Precipitation is rain, sleet, snow or hail
Which of these regions of the United States has a climate best described as warm and rainy?
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