- the science that deals with the phenomena of climates or climatic conditions.
Origin of climatology
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Examples from the Web for climatology
He holds an undergraduate degree in natural sciences and an MA in health statistics, but no PhD and no climatology credentials.The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy to Lie About Climate Change Has Worked
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Is it not possible that their acquaintance with climatology was as exact or even more so than our own?Mythical Monsters</p>
Sir, my felicitations upon the indefectibility of the climatology.The Witch Doctor and other Rhodesian Studies
Climatology may almost be defined as geographical meteorology.
The climatology of the Valley of the Amazon is as simple as its physical geography.The Andes and the Amazon
He was a writer on mathematics, terrestrial physics, and climatology.The Glories of Ireland
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- the study of climate
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Word Origin and History for climatology
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- The scientific study of climates, including the causes and long-term effects of variation in regional and global climates. Climatology also studies how climate changes over time and is affected by human actions.
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