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# Where in the world would the least difference between the average maximum air temperature in January and July be found?

Question #110504. Asked by nibbles0011. (Nov 05 09 9:19 AM)

looney_tunes

Seasonal variaton in temperature is least for areas on the equator - seasons are caused by the inclination of the Earth's axis to the plane of orbit, and the impact of this is least variable at the equator.

http://apollo.lsc.vsc.edu/classes/met130/notes/chapter3/spring.html

 Nov 05 09, 1:44 PM
looney_tunes

I should have mentioned that this question is posed on the page at the link, as a review question from the tutorial on the preceding pages - an interactive explanation can be obtained by going to the previous pages.

 Nov 05 09, 2:14 PM

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