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Whatever happens, there's no getting around the fact that we live in a desert climate which appears likely to only get drier over time, and that means an increasing risk of fires impacting every corner of Southern California and beyond.
The Ascent facilities located at Tucson International Airport consist of 48 acres of concrete ramp, over 34,000 square feet of hangar space along with 88,000 square feet of backshop and secured warehousing and consignment space in an ideal desert climate.
The coldest, windiest, and driest place on earth, Antarctica has a desert climate, with near-zero humidity and average annual temperature of -47[degrees]C.
html) Google's blog , Eyal Miller, New Business Development-Google Israel, and Yossi Matias, Head of Israel Research and Development, the Dead Sea Scrolls were, "Written more than 2,000 years ago on pieces of parchment and papyrus, they were preserved by the hot, dry desert climate and the darkness of the caves in which they were hidden.
They will hand out trees donated by Norway as well as sidra trees, a native species of Qatar that flourishes in the desert climate.
Moreover, the desert climate and limited water and electricity have an effect on living conditions.
Bahrain's hot desert climate and water shortage doesn't allow farmers to produce on a larger scale.
Inverter control in the desert climate is now possible thanks to unique, innovative technologies.
Sun damage and dry skin are the problems of a desert climate and it is so important to recognize this and take steps to avoid the skin aging early when you are young.
DUBAI If you're looking for a respite from Dubai's concrete jungle and killing heat, just head out to a sprawling nursery off Emirates Road where literally millions of plants belonging to 700 species are grown to withstand the harsh desert climate.
Agarwal said he was glad to move away from the desert climate of Arizona.
Mr Symons and his co-workers also faced rapidly depleting food supplies in the harsh desert climate.