macroclimate

Micro vs Macroclimate - What's the difference?

micro | macroclimate |


As a proper noun micro

is a town in north carolina.

As a noun macroclimate is

the climate of a relatively large geographic area.

Macroclimate - What does it mean?

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Weather vs Macroclimate - What's the difference?

weather | macroclimate |


As nouns the difference between weather and macroclimate

is that weather is the short term state of the atmosphere at a specific time and place, including the temperature, humidity, cloud cover, precipitation, wind, etc while macroclimate is the climate of a relatively large geographic area.

As a verb weather

is to expose to the weather, or show the effects of such exposure, or to withstand such effects.

Microclimate vs Macroclimate - What's the difference?

microclimate | macroclimate | Related terms |

Microclimate is a related term of macroclimate.


As nouns the difference between microclimate and macroclimate

is that microclimate is a small, local region having a unique pattern of weather or weather effects that differ from the local climate while macroclimate is the climate of a relatively large geographic area.

Geographic vs Macroclimate - What's the difference?

geographic | macroclimate |


As an adjective geographic

is pertaining to geography.

As a noun macroclimate is

the climate of a relatively large geographic area.

Climate vs Macroclimate - What's the difference?

climate | macroclimate |


As nouns the difference between climate and macroclimate

is that climate is (obsolete) an area of the earth's surface between two parallels of latitude while macroclimate is the climate of a relatively large geographic area.

As a verb climate

is (poetic|obsolete) to dwell.