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History of FAO food and cereal price index showing the impact of extreme weather events on world food prices

Rivers are an easy example of how geography can impact history

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These examples illustrate how far empirical relationships between elements of climate and geography can be used to estimate either location or climate from the other. It is interesting to see how much can be deduced, even when ignoring local circumstances. Their importance can be assessed by comparing the normative estimates against actual observations.

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Thus, dry conditions imply either a subtropical or polar latitude, an extreme elevation, a rain shadow, situation near an anomalously-cold ocean (e.g. the Atacama desert in northern Chile) and/or great distance downwind of the ocean. Such conditions are indicated by low rainfall figures and a large daily range of temperatures (18).

 

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The annual range is of the order of 0.4 times the latitude, e.g. about 16 K at 40 degrees latitude (see Fig 4). However, the scatter of crosses in Fig 4 indicates that this is a first-order estimate only. Most importantly, it ignores the effect of the distance from the sea. Fig 4. The variation of the annual range of temperature with latitude, using data from 142 places in Africa, South America and Europe (10).


Data from a large number of stations suggest that the annual mean temperature is around 27 C within 20 S - 16 N degrees and then falls by about 0.85 K/degree latitude in the northern hemisphere and 0.63 K/ lat in the south (Fig 2). This implies that on average the southern hemisphere is warmer than the northern hemisphere (17C vs 11C, respectively), which is true, if the Antarctic plateau stations are excluded, as in Fig 2. These stations are 30-40K colder than the curve in Fig 2 suggests, on account of their altitude and their isolation within the circumpolar vortex (3).


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The annual range is of the order of 0.4 times the latitude, e.g. about 16 K at 40 degrees latitude (see Fig 4). However, the scatter of crosses in Fig 4 indicates that this is a first-order estimate only. Most importantly, it ignores the effect of the distance from the sea.

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What impacts did Water
have on Colonial America?

The English colonies were boxed in to the east and west by physical features, but the north and south were geographically unobstructed.

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- A branch of geography that focuses on cultural traits, the impact of material and nonmaterial human culture on the environment, and the human organization of space.

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Geography caused some colonies to become centers of trade, and others to output huge amounts of crops.
Geography controlled every detail of the colonies, as well as the rest of the world, and still does to this day.
In conclusion

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Human activities are continuing to affect the Earth’s energy budget by changing the emissions and resulting atmospheric concentrations of important greenhouse gases and and by changing land surface properties. The result of this is that the sum of the energy leaving the top of the atmosphere is less (239 + 100 W/m2 than the energy entering it (340 W/m2). Most of this excess energy is absorbed at the surface, as shown by the orange box, causing the observed increase in temperatures in the lower atmosphere and oceans.