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16-06-2022 23:56
SwanProfile picture★★★★☆
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Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
[quote]Swan wrote:Says the clown that actually denies that any climate exist on Earth.

Into the Night's stated position is that there are many climates all over earth.

Which climate in particular are you claiming that he is denying?

.


Actually all microclimates were denied, and since you claim that there are many climates you are now in agreement with me.

Define 'microclimate'. Buzzword fallacy. What makes any climate a 'microclimate'??
Swan wrote:
I would congratulate you but in order to keep yourself more confused than the Russian FSB you will change the topic once again so as said you can keep yourself off track.

130, now hand over the keys you dumb fart

Random phrases. Confusing and ignored.


Microclimate definition encyclopedia brittanica.

A microclimate is any climatic condition in a relatively small area, within a few metres or less above and below Earth's surface and within canopies of vegetation. The term usually applies to the surfaces of terrestrial and glaciated environments, but it could also pertain to the surfaces of oceans and other bodies of water.

The strongest gradients of temperature and humidity occur just above and below the terrestrial surface. Complexities of microclimate are necessary for the existence of a variety of life-forms because, although any single species may tolerate only a limited range of climate, strongly contrasting microclimates in close proximity provide a total environment in which many species of flora and fauna can coexist and interact.

Microclimatic conditions depend on such factors as temperature, humidity, wind and turbulence, dew, frost, heat balance, and evaporation. The effect of soil type on microclimates is considerable. Sandy soils and other coarse, loose, and dry soils, for example, are subject to high maximum and low minimum surface temperatures. The surface reflection characteristics of soils are also important; soils of lighter colour reflect more and respond less to daily heating (see also albedo). Another feature of the microclimate is the ability of the soil to absorb and retain moisture, which depends on the composition of the soil and its use. Vegetation is also integral, as it controls the flux of water vapour into the air through transpiration. In addition, vegetation can insulate the soil below and reduce temperature variability. Sites of exposed soil then exhibit the greatest temperature variability.

The only thing that you will never have is someone who loves you for who you are, because anyone who knows what a piece of shit that you truly are would have left you long ago, or already did.

CIAO

Encyclopedia Brittanica does not define any word. False authority fallacy.

Cutting and pasting only shows you can't think for yourself.
Climate has no area. There are no values associated with climate.
There is no such thing as 'flux of water vapor into the air'. Buzzword fallacy.
There is no term 'albedo' used in physics.
You were also giving examples that have no canopy. By using this definition, you are locking yourself in yet another paradox.

Try again. Define 'microclimate'.


No problem.

microclimate at dictionary.com

https://www.dictionary.com/browse/microclimate

No dictionary defines any word. Cutting and pasting isn't going to work, dude.
Swan wrote:
noun
the climate of a small area, as of confined spaces such as caves or houses (cryptoclimate ), of plant communities, wooded areas, etc. (phytoclimate ), or of urban communities, which may be different from that in the general region.
Swan wrote:
Bye the way do you have any good recipes for fresh chives as mine are ready in the garden.

All while you slave in the cubicle

LOL, unlike many people I like retarded trolls.

CIAO

Climate has no size.

Try again. Define 'microclimate'.


https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/microclimate

microclimate
noun [ C ]
US /ˈmaɪ.kroʊˌklaɪ.mət/ UK /ˈmaɪ.krəʊˌklaɪ.mət/

an area in which the weather is usually different from the areas around it

microclimate
The state's myriad microclimates are also home to countless crops, some so specialized that certain chilies grow only in a single town.
From The Atlantic
To allow a year-round production and increase yield, mushrooms are grown in a microclimate inside growing rooms.
From Wired
Without adequate green space to help cool the atmosphere, highly populated urban areas essentially become their own overheated micro-climates.
From CBS News
They have the same microclimate; both very poor, both lots of older people living alone.
From NPR
In my experience, it takes a lot of resources to create a relatively small microclimate.
From CNN
The actual operation of the facility can destroy or modify habitats, and cause increased noise, electromagnetic field generation, microclimate alteration, pollution, water consumption, and fire.
From Slate Magazine
Sensors can do things like measure soil moisture and chemistry and track micro-climate conditions over time to help farmers decide what, where, and when to plant.
From Ars Technica
Trees may also increase water content in drylands by ameliorating microclimate and reducing soil evaporation113,114, or by hydraulic lift or redistribution115–117.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The cooler, wetter microclimate in no-tillage fields also could have had a direct negative effect on immature pea leaf weevil, causing greater mortality.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
Interactions also occur via above-ground litter inputs and decomposition and foliage-induced changes in soil microclimate.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The occasional, even reliably recurrent rain shower doth not a microclimate make.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The altitudinal range depends on the region, but the outbreak zones tend to be lower at higher latitudes because microclimate (temperature regime) is similar.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The urban water elements will also act as stormwater relief channels and contribute to the microclimate of the city.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
Changes in microclimate conditions of different cropping systems explain the variation of the yield components, and morphological and quality traits of cultivated sugarcane.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
This response can be explained by microclimate variations in the cropping systems, which was not sufficient to cause variation in sucrose content.

Silly girl

Pointing to others that use the same meaningless buzzword does not define the word, dude.
It is obvious that you are unable to define either 'microclimate' or 'macroclimate'.


Who believes what you do? other than these guys that is

17-06-2022 00:29
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
(18679)
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
[quote]Swan wrote:Says the clown that actually denies that any climate exist on Earth.

Into the Night's stated position is that there are many climates all over earth.

Which climate in particular are you claiming that he is denying?

.


Actually all microclimates were denied, and since you claim that there are many climates you are now in agreement with me.

Define 'microclimate'. Buzzword fallacy. What makes any climate a 'microclimate'??
Swan wrote:
I would congratulate you but in order to keep yourself more confused than the Russian FSB you will change the topic once again so as said you can keep yourself off track.

130, now hand over the keys you dumb fart

Random phrases. Confusing and ignored.


Microclimate definition encyclopedia brittanica.

A microclimate is any climatic condition in a relatively small area, within a few metres or less above and below Earth's surface and within canopies of vegetation. The term usually applies to the surfaces of terrestrial and glaciated environments, but it could also pertain to the surfaces of oceans and other bodies of water.

The strongest gradients of temperature and humidity occur just above and below the terrestrial surface. Complexities of microclimate are necessary for the existence of a variety of life-forms because, although any single species may tolerate only a limited range of climate, strongly contrasting microclimates in close proximity provide a total environment in which many species of flora and fauna can coexist and interact.

Microclimatic conditions depend on such factors as temperature, humidity, wind and turbulence, dew, frost, heat balance, and evaporation. The effect of soil type on microclimates is considerable. Sandy soils and other coarse, loose, and dry soils, for example, are subject to high maximum and low minimum surface temperatures. The surface reflection characteristics of soils are also important; soils of lighter colour reflect more and respond less to daily heating (see also albedo). Another feature of the microclimate is the ability of the soil to absorb and retain moisture, which depends on the composition of the soil and its use. Vegetation is also integral, as it controls the flux of water vapour into the air through transpiration. In addition, vegetation can insulate the soil below and reduce temperature variability. Sites of exposed soil then exhibit the greatest temperature variability.

The only thing that you will never have is someone who loves you for who you are, because anyone who knows what a piece of shit that you truly are would have left you long ago, or already did.

CIAO

Encyclopedia Brittanica does not define any word. False authority fallacy.

Cutting and pasting only shows you can't think for yourself.
Climate has no area. There are no values associated with climate.
There is no such thing as 'flux of water vapor into the air'. Buzzword fallacy.
There is no term 'albedo' used in physics.
You were also giving examples that have no canopy. By using this definition, you are locking yourself in yet another paradox.

Try again. Define 'microclimate'.


No problem.

microclimate at dictionary.com

https://www.dictionary.com/browse/microclimate

No dictionary defines any word. Cutting and pasting isn't going to work, dude.
Swan wrote:
noun
the climate of a small area, as of confined spaces such as caves or houses (cryptoclimate ), of plant communities, wooded areas, etc. (phytoclimate ), or of urban communities, which may be different from that in the general region.
Swan wrote:
Bye the way do you have any good recipes for fresh chives as mine are ready in the garden.

All while you slave in the cubicle

LOL, unlike many people I like retarded trolls.

CIAO

Climate has no size.

Try again. Define 'microclimate'.


https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/microclimate

microclimate
noun [ C ]
US /ˈmaɪ.kroʊˌklaɪ.mət/ UK /ˈmaɪ.krəʊˌklaɪ.mət/

an area in which the weather is usually different from the areas around it

microclimate
The state's myriad microclimates are also home to countless crops, some so specialized that certain chilies grow only in a single town.
From The Atlantic
To allow a year-round production and increase yield, mushrooms are grown in a microclimate inside growing rooms.
From Wired
Without adequate green space to help cool the atmosphere, highly populated urban areas essentially become their own overheated micro-climates.
From CBS News
They have the same microclimate; both very poor, both lots of older people living alone.
From NPR
In my experience, it takes a lot of resources to create a relatively small microclimate.
From CNN
The actual operation of the facility can destroy or modify habitats, and cause increased noise, electromagnetic field generation, microclimate alteration, pollution, water consumption, and fire.
From Slate Magazine
Sensors can do things like measure soil moisture and chemistry and track micro-climate conditions over time to help farmers decide what, where, and when to plant.
From Ars Technica
Trees may also increase water content in drylands by ameliorating microclimate and reducing soil evaporation113,114, or by hydraulic lift or redistribution115–117.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The cooler, wetter microclimate in no-tillage fields also could have had a direct negative effect on immature pea leaf weevil, causing greater mortality.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
Interactions also occur via above-ground litter inputs and decomposition and foliage-induced changes in soil microclimate.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The occasional, even reliably recurrent rain shower doth not a microclimate make.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The altitudinal range depends on the region, but the outbreak zones tend to be lower at higher latitudes because microclimate (temperature regime) is similar.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The urban water elements will also act as stormwater relief channels and contribute to the microclimate of the city.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
Changes in microclimate conditions of different cropping systems explain the variation of the yield components, and morphological and quality traits of cultivated sugarcane.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
This response can be explained by microclimate variations in the cropping systems, which was not sufficient to cause variation in sucrose content.

Silly girl

Pointing to others that use the same meaningless buzzword does not define the word, dude.
It is obvious that you are unable to define either 'microclimate' or 'macroclimate'.


Who believes what you do? other than these guys that is


This is YOUR argument, dumbass...not mine. Pay attention.


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17-06-2022 00:50
SwanProfile picture★★★★☆
(1528)
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
[quote]Swan wrote:Says the clown that actually denies that any climate exist on Earth.

Into the Night's stated position is that there are many climates all over earth.

Which climate in particular are you claiming that he is denying?

.


Actually all microclimates were denied, and since you claim that there are many climates you are now in agreement with me.

Define 'microclimate'. Buzzword fallacy. What makes any climate a 'microclimate'??
Swan wrote:
I would congratulate you but in order to keep yourself more confused than the Russian FSB you will change the topic once again so as said you can keep yourself off track.

130, now hand over the keys you dumb fart

Random phrases. Confusing and ignored.


Microclimate definition encyclopedia brittanica.

A microclimate is any climatic condition in a relatively small area, within a few metres or less above and below Earth's surface and within canopies of vegetation. The term usually applies to the surfaces of terrestrial and glaciated environments, but it could also pertain to the surfaces of oceans and other bodies of water.

The strongest gradients of temperature and humidity occur just above and below the terrestrial surface. Complexities of microclimate are necessary for the existence of a variety of life-forms because, although any single species may tolerate only a limited range of climate, strongly contrasting microclimates in close proximity provide a total environment in which many species of flora and fauna can coexist and interact.

Microclimatic conditions depend on such factors as temperature, humidity, wind and turbulence, dew, frost, heat balance, and evaporation. The effect of soil type on microclimates is considerable. Sandy soils and other coarse, loose, and dry soils, for example, are subject to high maximum and low minimum surface temperatures. The surface reflection characteristics of soils are also important; soils of lighter colour reflect more and respond less to daily heating (see also albedo). Another feature of the microclimate is the ability of the soil to absorb and retain moisture, which depends on the composition of the soil and its use. Vegetation is also integral, as it controls the flux of water vapour into the air through transpiration. In addition, vegetation can insulate the soil below and reduce temperature variability. Sites of exposed soil then exhibit the greatest temperature variability.

The only thing that you will never have is someone who loves you for who you are, because anyone who knows what a piece of shit that you truly are would have left you long ago, or already did.

CIAO

Encyclopedia Brittanica does not define any word. False authority fallacy.

Cutting and pasting only shows you can't think for yourself.
Climate has no area. There are no values associated with climate.
There is no such thing as 'flux of water vapor into the air'. Buzzword fallacy.
There is no term 'albedo' used in physics.
You were also giving examples that have no canopy. By using this definition, you are locking yourself in yet another paradox.

Try again. Define 'microclimate'.


No problem.

microclimate at dictionary.com

https://www.dictionary.com/browse/microclimate

No dictionary defines any word. Cutting and pasting isn't going to work, dude.
Swan wrote:
noun
the climate of a small area, as of confined spaces such as caves or houses (cryptoclimate ), of plant communities, wooded areas, etc. (phytoclimate ), or of urban communities, which may be different from that in the general region.
Swan wrote:
Bye the way do you have any good recipes for fresh chives as mine are ready in the garden.

All while you slave in the cubicle

LOL, unlike many people I like retarded trolls.

CIAO

Climate has no size.

Try again. Define 'microclimate'.


https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/microclimate

microclimate
noun [ C ]
US /ˈmaɪ.kroʊˌklaɪ.mət/ UK /ˈmaɪ.krəʊˌklaɪ.mət/

an area in which the weather is usually different from the areas around it

microclimate
The state's myriad microclimates are also home to countless crops, some so specialized that certain chilies grow only in a single town.
From The Atlantic
To allow a year-round production and increase yield, mushrooms are grown in a microclimate inside growing rooms.
From Wired
Without adequate green space to help cool the atmosphere, highly populated urban areas essentially become their own overheated micro-climates.
From CBS News
They have the same microclimate; both very poor, both lots of older people living alone.
From NPR
In my experience, it takes a lot of resources to create a relatively small microclimate.
From CNN
The actual operation of the facility can destroy or modify habitats, and cause increased noise, electromagnetic field generation, microclimate alteration, pollution, water consumption, and fire.
From Slate Magazine
Sensors can do things like measure soil moisture and chemistry and track micro-climate conditions over time to help farmers decide what, where, and when to plant.
From Ars Technica
Trees may also increase water content in drylands by ameliorating microclimate and reducing soil evaporation113,114, or by hydraulic lift or redistribution115–117.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The cooler, wetter microclimate in no-tillage fields also could have had a direct negative effect on immature pea leaf weevil, causing greater mortality.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
Interactions also occur via above-ground litter inputs and decomposition and foliage-induced changes in soil microclimate.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The occasional, even reliably recurrent rain shower doth not a microclimate make.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The altitudinal range depends on the region, but the outbreak zones tend to be lower at higher latitudes because microclimate (temperature regime) is similar.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
The urban water elements will also act as stormwater relief channels and contribute to the microclimate of the city.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
Changes in microclimate conditions of different cropping systems explain the variation of the yield components, and morphological and quality traits of cultivated sugarcane.
From the Cambridge English Corpus
This response can be explained by microclimate variations in the cropping systems, which was not sufficient to cause variation in sucrose content.

Silly girl

Pointing to others that use the same meaningless buzzword does not define the word, dude.
It is obvious that you are unable to define either 'microclimate' or 'macroclimate'.


Who believes what you do? other than these guys that is


This is YOUR argument, dumbass...not mine. Pay attention.


LOL this is my daily dose of laughter, because like it or not, retards like you are actually fairly amusing.
25-06-2022 19:52
James_
★★★☆☆
(918)
Swan wrote:

LOL this is my daily dose of laughter, because like it or not, retards like you are actually fairly amusing.



It is funny when people attribute quotes to the wrong person. What these guys miss are that there are 3 basic climate types. Tropical, temperate and polar. These
3 climates are influenced by the height of the troposphere and the amount of solar radiation that they are exposed to.
After this land formations can change wind patterns which will affect rainfall. This can also influence regional temperatures. One example of this is the hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica increases the amount of spring warming on the southern African continent.
https://phys.org/news/2013-10-ozone-hole-responsible-southern-africa.html

And if that is correct then that is AGW because the hole in the ozone layer (diminished total column) is caused by hydrocarbons and halogens.
25-06-2022 22:20
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11965)
James_ wrote:What these guys miss are that there are 3 basic climate types. Tropical, temperate and polar.

Nope. Those are only three of the overarching categories, specifically the major "temperature range" categories. You forgot "Desert", "Wetlands", "Tempestuous," and several others. Beneath each one you have the "subs" and the "supers," e.g. subtropical, subpolar, super-desert, etc... All of these can be combined as components of a climate.

Then you omitted the aquamarine climates. The equatorial waters provide one type of climate for, say, Dominican coral reefs, whereas the beluga whale lives in a different oceanic climate. And those can be further broken down.

The earth has millions of climates. If you want to lump them all into only three categories, have at it. It will be as useful as a Bessler wheel that can't even make one full rotation.

.
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