Dfc

Somewhat Subarctic

By: Nichole Miller                                                                                                                      Period 3

http://www.gapyearblog.info/blog/2013/8/20/into-the-wild-meets-benedict-allen-ex

A Dfc climate has a cold, moderate climate, where summer and winter are well defined. The average tempuratuure for the coldest month is >-3° C and the hottest is <10° C. Percipitations is euqally distributed across the year. Dfc's also are cold continental climates without a dry season. Winters are tyically very long will long periods of extreme cold. Permafrost is very common in these areas.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Koppen_World_Map_Dfc_Dwc_Dsc_Dfd_Dwd_Dsd.png

Above is a map of the world that defines areas with Dfc climates and similar ones.  Some places with Dfc climates are Siberia and Icaland.

http://www.eoearth.org/view/article/162285/

Above shows average percipitation in Dfc climates. Yearly percipitaiton total is between 250 to 500 mm.

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