Explain how the surrounding geographic features affect the climate of cantabria

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Yorktown sits on a hill overlooking the York River. Which can be great, if you can keep provisioned.

The British were not able to keep provisioned, though. The American Army laid siege to the city, surrounding it on three sides, while the French Navy cut off the water access to Yorktown and cut Lord Cornwallis' army off from its supplies.

The region has a humid oceanic climate, with warm summers and mild winters. Annual precipitation is around 1,200 mm at the coasts and higher in the mountains. The mean temperature is about 14 °C (57.2 °F). ... The mountainous relief of Cantabria has a dominant effect on local microclimate in Cantabria.

The region has a humid oceanic climate, with warm summers and mild winters.

The correct answer is "Yorktown’s location on a peninsula".

Explanation:

On 1781, as part of the American Revolution, General George Washington commanded a force of 17,000 French and Continental troops at Yorktown, in what is known as the Battle of Yorktown. The siege that George Washington achieved was achieved greatly because of Yorktown's location on a peninsula, because most of  Washington's forces entered by ships and flotillas.

Explanation:

The Inca Empire developed in a long strip that reached pretty much north to south along the western side of South America, the side that faces the Pacific Ocean. The geography was rugged - Andes mountains, the coastline deserts, and the Amazon jungle. The clever Inca found solutions for their geographic problems.

Human Environment Interaction

The Incas lived mostly in very mountainous places. In order to farm, they used a farming method called terracing. In the lower altitudes, the Incas used another method called irrigation in order to move water from rivers to farmlands.

The place is fairly temperate.

Explanation: The surrounding geographic climate of being fairly tempearate, that is humid, cold and damp is the direct effect in Cantabria.

Cantabria is cold and damp due to its geographical temperature of 12006ml and also being surrounded by the Atlantic ocean enables this to be so.

Cantabria has two sides of maritime coasts, and has two big rivers in valleys between mountains.

Because of it's geographic possition it should have a warm weather, physic geography feautures arround it change it's suposed to be weather.

Areas surrounded by coasts can't have temperatures too cold or too hot because the

Explanation:

In Cantabria, in general, we find three distinct geographical areas: La Marina, La Montaña and Campo and the southern valleys belonging to the Ebro and Duero river basins.

Cantabria has two distinct climates, the maritime climate of the west coast and the Mediterranean climate. The maritime climate of the west coast is rainy, since it is influenced by the prevailing winds from the west that bring humid air masses, whether polar or tropical. The barrier effect offered by the Cantabrian Mountains gives climate values a strong gradient between north and south. After the summit line towards the Ebro valley, the climate is drier and with greater thermal contrasts. The region is influenced by the Mediterranean climate. It should be noted that the region of La Liébana, closed between the Picos de Europa and Peña Sagra, is a climatic exception, since although it is within the maritime domain it has clearly Mediterranean features.

Cantabria has a climate of mild temperatures, with maximum temperatures not exceeding 30 ° C and average annual values below 20 ° C, with a reduced thermal amplitude (between 8 and 15 ° C). In summer there are no months of aridity and the average minimum temperatures occur in winter. There is a strong difference from the coast to the Picos de Europa and the Hornijo mountain range; It is not so strong towards the Sierra de Bárcena. The warmest temperatures occur on the coast.

From here the temperature drop due to the altitude is very fast. In the highest peaks of Picos de Europa and the Sierra de Hornijo the average annual temperatures are around 2 ° C, and even less. With these characteristics a very important difference is established between the coast, where there is no month of safe frosts, although there are two months of probable frosts, and the mountains, in which there are two, three, and up to four months of safe frosts . This implies that in the summits, good part of the precipitations is in the form of snow. Even the inner valleys have some months of cold winters. The Ebro valley has more contrasted temperatures. Summer is usually cool, and does not exceed 20 ° C but winter can become cold, with average temperatures of 5 ° C. Two months of frost are given.

Cantabria has two sides of maritime coasts, and has two big rivers in valleys between mountains.

Because of it's geographic possition it should have a warm weather, physic geography feautures arround it change it's suposed to be weather.

Areas surrounded by coasts can't have temperatures too cold or too hot because the

Explanation:

In Cantabria, in general, we find three distinct geographical areas: La Marina, La Montaña and Campo and the southern valleys belonging to the Ebro and Duero river basins.

Cantabria has two distinct climates, the maritime climate of the west coast and the Mediterranean climate. The maritime climate of the west coast is rainy, since it is influenced by the prevailing winds from the west that bring humid air masses, whether polar or tropical. The barrier effect offered by the Cantabrian Mountains gives climate values a strong gradient between north and south. After the summit line towards the Ebro valley, the climate is drier and with greater thermal contrasts. The region is influenced by the Mediterranean climate. It should be noted that the region of La Liébana, closed between the Picos de Europa and Peña Sagra, is a climatic exception, since although it is within the maritime domain it has clearly Mediterranean features.

Cantabria has a climate of mild temperatures, with maximum temperatures not exceeding 30 ° C and average annual values below 20 ° C, with a reduced thermal amplitude (between 8 and 15 ° C). In summer there are no months of aridity and the average minimum temperatures occur in winter. There is a strong difference from the coast to the Picos de Europa and the Hornijo mountain range; It is not so strong towards the Sierra de Bárcena. The warmest temperatures occur on the coast.

From here the temperature drop due to the altitude is very fast. In the highest peaks of Picos de Europa and the Sierra de Hornijo the average annual temperatures are around 2 ° C, and even less. With these characteristics a very important difference is established between the coast, where there is no month of safe frosts, although there are two months of probable frosts, and the mountains, in which there are two, three, and up to four months of safe frosts . This implies that in the summits, good part of the precipitations is in the form of snow. Even the inner valleys have some months of cold winters. The Ebro valley has more contrasted temperatures. Summer is usually cool, and does not exceed 20 ° C but winter can become cold, with average temperatures of 5 ° C. Two months of frost are given.

They also facilitate the monsoon winds which in turn influence the climate in India.
They also facilitate the monsoon winds which in turn influence the climate in India.


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