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1 25-1 Alabama Annual Average Temperature Data Source:

2 25-2 How does climate vary as we traverse the U.S. along 40 N?

3 25-3 Average Temperature Along 40 Lat Atlantic City, NJ - Latitude = 39 27ʼN, Longitude = 74 35ʼW Elevation = 64 ft Philadelphia, PA - Latitude = 39 53ʼN, Longitude = 75 15ʼW Elevation = 5 ft

4 25-4 Average Temperature Along 40 Lat Atlantic City, NJ - Latitude = 39 27ʼN, Longitude = 74 35ʼW Elevation = 64 ft Kansas City, MO - Latitude = 39 7ʼN, Longitude = 94 36ʼW Elevation = 742 ft

5 Temperature ( F) United States Climate 25-5 Average Temperature Along 40 Lat Denver, CO - Latitude = 39 46ʼN, Longitude = ʼW Elevation = 5,283 ft Kansas City, MO - Latitude = 39 7ʼN, Longitude = 94 36ʼW 90 Elevation = 742 ft Denver Kansas City WB 20 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan

6 25-6 Average Temperature Along 40 Lat Denver, CO - Latitude = 39 46ʼN, Longitude = ʼW Elevation = 5,283 ft Fraser, CO - Latitude = 39 50ʼN, Longitude = ʼW Elevation = 8,550 ft

7 25-7 Average Temperature Along 40 Lat Denver, CO - Latitude = 39 46ʼN, Longitude = ʼW Elevation = 5,283 ft Salt Lake City, UT - Latitude = 40 46ʼN, Longitude = ʼW Elevation = 4,220 ft

8 25-8 Average Temperature Along 40 Lat Atlantic City, NJ - Latitude = 39 27ʼN, Longitude = 74 35ʼW Elevation = 64 ft San Francisco, CA - Latitude = 37 37ʼN, Longitude = ʼW Elevation = 8 ft The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco. Mark Twain

9 25-9 Mean Monthly Accumulated Precipitation Along 40 Lat

10 25-10 Mean Monthly Accumulated Precipitation Along 40 Lat

11 25-11 Mean Monthly Accumulated Precipitation Along 40 Lat

12 25-12 How does climate vary with north-south latitude?

13 25-13 Average Temperature Comparison to Huntsville Kansas City, MO - Latitude = 39 7ʼN, Longitude = 94 36ʼW Elevation = 742 ft Huntsville, AL - Latitude = 34 39ʼN, Longitude = 86 46ʼW Elevation = 624 ft

14 25-14 Average Temperature Comparison to Huntsville Philadelphia, PA - Latitude = 39 53ʼN, Longitude = 75 15ʼW Elevation = 5 ft Huntsville, AL - Latitude = 34 39ʼN, Longitude = 86 46ʼW Elevation = 624 ft

15 25-15 Mean Monthly Accumulated Precipitation

16 25-16 Mean Monthly Accumulated Precipitation

17 25-17 Mean Monthly Accumulated Precipitation

18 25-18 Mean Monthly Accumulated Precipitation

19 25-19 Mean Accumulated Precipitation July January climaps.pl?directive=welcome&subrnum= Annual

20 Hawaiian Islands Climate Hawaiian Islands Downtown Honolulu (1) the warmest month is August, with an average temperature of ~78 F the coldest, February, ~72 F in precipitation Annual rainfall averages range - 20 inches and less in leeward coastal areas and near the summits of the very high mountains, Mauna Loa (2) and Mauna Kea (3) on Hawaii Excess of 300 inches along the lower windward slopes - Mt. Waialeale on Kauai (4), the annual average reaches 486 inches over 40 ft. This is the highest recorded annual average in the world. Ocean (5) annual precipitation, i.e., no islands ~25

21 Hawaiian Islands Climate Hawaiian Islands Mean annual precipitation (in) Northeast Trade Winds Mean annual temperature ( F) climaps.pl?directive=welcome&subrnum=

22 Hawaiian Islands Climate Honolulu WSO Airport Ave. Max. Temp. = 84.0 F 21 20ʼ N, ʼ W Ave. Min. Temp. = 70.2 F Elevation = 10 ft Averages for 10/1/49-3/31/05 Ave. Annual Precipitation = in climain.pl?hihono

23 Hawaiian Islands Climate Kainaliu Ave. Max. Temp. = 77.9 F Ave. Min. Temp. = 61.3 F 19 32ʼ N, ʼ W Elevation = 1,500 ft Averages for 10/1/49-3/31/05 climain.pl?hikain Ave. Annual Precipitation = in

24 Hawaiian Islands Climate Kulani Camp Ave. Max. Temp. = 63.7 F Ave. Min. Temp. = 47.0 F 19 33ʼ N, ʼ W Elevation = 5,170 ft Averages for 10/1/49-3/31/05 climain.pl?hikula Ave. Annual Precipitation = in

25 World Climate - Growth Limitations Climate Limitations Map shows which of three key climate factors limits plant growth in an area (red is water; green is sunlight; blue is temperature) High northern latitudes are limited by temperature Areas along the fringe of Africaʼs Sahara Desert are limited by water Across the tropics, regular cloudiness limits plant growth In many places, these factors are co-limiting, i.e., more than one climate factor is limiting plant growth

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