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Copy of climate LAPDOG

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willow jefferies

on 16 June 2013

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Transcript of Copy of climate LAPDOG

(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
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(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
Prevailing winds
Distance from ocean
Ocean currents
Great mountain ranges
What is LAPDOG?
Latitude - Environmental Factors
Australia is half tropical and half temperate.
Most marine and shore organisms are
either northern or southern in their
distribution patterns. Some researchers
only recognise this biogeographic pattern.

Altitude or height is defined based on the context in which it is used aviation, geometry, geographical survey, sport, and more
Prevailing winds are winds
that blow Predominantly from a
singlegeneral direction over a
particular point on Earth's
Prevailing winds
An ocean current is a continuous,
directed movement of ocean water
generated by theforces acting upon
this mean flow, such as breaking waves
and wind caused by the gravitational pull
of the Moon and the Sun.
ocean current
A mountain range is a group or
chain of mountains that are close
together. Mountain ranges are
usually separated from other
mountain ranges by passes and
Great Mountain Range
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