varying climate in a sentence
1. Although most small towns and villages in Alaska lie along the coastline, the cost of importing food to remote villages can be high, because of the terrain and difficult road conditions, which change dramatically, due to varying climate and precipitation changes.
2. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that it "is difficult to make valid projections of heat-related illness and death under varying climate change scenarios" and that "heat–related deaths are preventable, as evidenced by the decline of all-cause mortality during heat events over the past 35 years".
3. One example of El Paso's varying climate at its most extreme was the damaging winter storm of early February 2011, which caused closures of schools, businesses, and City Hall.
4. Further, alternation of processes with varying climate, relative sea level and biota make old surfaces unlikely to be of a single origin.
5. In mountainous areas, Asian black bears are more common than sun bears, probably due to scarcity of invertebrates to feed on. The major habitats in southern Thailand and peninsular Malaysia are moist evergreen forests, with more or less non-varying climate and heavy rainfall throughout the year, and low-lying or montane dipterocarp forests.
6. A mountain plover nest has a survival rate that ranges from 26 to 65%. This wide range may be due to the impact that varying climate has on nest survival.
7. The varying climate of the plateau has a marked effect on the flora, which is richer on the wetter west side than in the drier east;
8. Within these broad biomes are more specific habitats with varying climate types, temperature regimes, soils, altitudes and vegetation types.
9. In one study, dry and tropical forest regions were compared to determine how the effects of IDH change due to varying climate.
10. The war left Duat with a wildly varying climate, and because of this, over a thousand generations on Duat, the race diverged into two separate races, the Tanu and the Firvulag.
11. They have been shown that they are flexible in habitat elevations and able to adjust to varying climate conditions.
12. The large number of departments is needed due to the large size of the state, the widely varying climate and soil conditions affecting public roads, and the differing needs of the local populace (urban vs. suburban vs. rural).
13. The varying climate of the plateau has a marked effect on the flora, which is richer on the wetter west side than in the drier east;
14. These differences followed to a great extent the varying climate and availability of foodstuffs in China.
15. Additionally, this water is traded with the full cognizance of Australia's highly varying climate.
16. Species are selected for their acceptance of varying climate and soil conditions, relative insusceptibility to pests and diseases, ease of propagation and speed of vegetative growth.
17. In addition, Waties Island is a barrier island with a significantly varying climate and ecology compared to the surrounding city land.
18. Past isolation tied to the varying climate of the Pleistocene may have promoted differentiation within the range of the Ecuadorian Hillstar.
19. The adaptations that many species have undergone to adjust to the varying climate include shifting their migratory ranges, migrating earlier or later than usual, and changing hibernation patterns.
20. Because of its nearly 400 miles (640 km) length and mid-continental placement, Illinois has a widely varying climate.
21. This design value is also linked to regional differences i.e. varying climate etc.
22. Xen'drik is a fictional continent in Eberron, consisting of a jungle continent of vast size and varying climate that lies to the south of Khorvaire.
23. Such depth-dependent differences in acidification are due to a combination of regional differences in time-varying climate signatures, mixing, and changes in biological activity.
24. Japanese hares are typically brown, but may turn white during winter in areas with a varying climate, such as that of the Inaba region.
25. Agriculture is a relatively small component of the state's economy and varies greatly due to the varying climate across the state.
26. Due to the varying climate, some ingenuity was needed for agriculture to be successful.
27. Paralleling the varying climate patterns is the precipitation.
28. The mansion was described in 1821 by Edward Mogg in Paterson's Roads as: containing many apartments, equally conspicuous for size, elegance, and that air of close domestic comfort so extremely desirable in the ever-varying climate of this country;
29. Deviations from this equilibrium can also be affected by varying climate.
30. Although most small towns and villages in Alaska lie along the coastline, the cost of importing food to remote villages can be high, because of the terrain and difficult road conditions, which change dramatically, due to varying climate and precipitation changes.
- precipitation changes
- some remote areas
- the most difficult times
- these locations
- such inclement weather and terrain conditions
- a 1 US gallon
- many villages
- Fuel cost
- the contagious United States average
- only Hawaii
- higher prices
- few road connections
- The state's road system
- a relatively small area
- the central population centers
- the principal route
- the road system
- a road connection
- The western part
- no road system
- 1082 miles
- One unique feature
- the Alaska Highway system
- an active Alaska Railroad tunnel
- a paved roadway link
- the isolated community
- the tunnel
- the longest road tunnel
- the longest combination road and rail tunnel
- critical infrastructure
- Interior Alaska
- ARR tracks
- The Railbelt
- the ever-improving paved highway system
- the railroad's importance
- a vital role
- Alaska's development
- natural resources
- southward (i.e., coal