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Although the relationship between malaria and meteorological variables has been assessed in many regions, including Africa, Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia, few studies have been conducted and little is known about the impact of climate variation on malaria in temperate regions (Bi et al.
The findings from this article support Hofstede's thesis that there was less social mobility and greater concentration of wealth and political power in a few hands in the temperate region, thereby showing a high power distance.
Strawberry is grown in higher altitudes and temperate regions.
The domestic apple is the main fruit crop of the world's temperate regions.
According to the World Health Organisation, influenza epidemics occur yearly during autumn and winter in temperate regions.
Although malaria has been eradicated from temperate regions, travellers can catch and bring back "imported malaria".
Baldi (1996) suggested that historically higher levels of patchiness in temperate landscapes compared with tropical landscapes have resulted in a greater proportion of species adapted to edge in temperate regions compared with tropical regions.
Arctic people are resilient by necessity and tradition, says Watt-Cloutier, and they have come through enormous, sudden, tumultuous change in the last 50-60 years caused by the introduction of culture, technology, and foods from the temperate regions.
Imported from the temperate regions of Europe, this hardwood features tighter growth rings, uniform color and a consistent texture.
It has shown good adaptability and performed well in trials in both tropical and temperate regions.
This shift in timber production could have serious ramifications for growers in temperate regions, such as North America, the former Soviet Union, China, Australia, New Zealand, and parts of Europe, areas that currently supply 77% of the world's industrial lumber.
Yet one acre of tropical forest may contain hundreds of tree species, whereas an acre in temperate regions might contain a few dozen.