OTHER WORDS FROM climaticcli·mat·i·cal·ly, adverbsub·cli·mat·ic, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH climaticclimactic, climatic
How to use climatic in a sentence
The paper looks at looks at just how dry the river has been during the beginning of the 21st century, how climatic factors like warming can suck a watershed dry, and how human decision-making and overuse are exacerbating the depletion.
It was a climatic surge that short-circuited a man-made system.
Mass extinction events caused by asteroid impacts or supervolcanic eruptions, alongside climatic changes, have led to the extinction of these species.Forget Your Five-Year Plan: What If We Visualized Humanity’s Future in Centuries, Millennia, and Beyond?|Thomas Hornigold|December 31, 2020|Singularity Hub
Through this project, he was able to access data from 3,855 forested sites dating back as far as 1948 on the budding, leaf fall, and photosynthesis rates of thousands of trees of six species, as well as climatic information.Climate change is affecting fall foliage, but not in the way you think|Ula Chrobak|November 30, 2020|Popular-Science
An original copy of Songs of Innocence, one of only sixteen, is saved climatically for last.
Climatically, the Mesa Verde is arid; precipitation averaged 18.41 inches per year for a period of 37 years.Mammals of Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado|Sydney Anderson
These geographical conditions have had important consequences climatically and economically and especially historically.A History of Spain|Charles E. Chapman
But the conditions under which each worked varied as widely spiritually as they varied climatically.Things as They Are|Amy Wilson-Carmichael
It is, as it were, climatically insulated,—a sort of island on land.Glimpses of Three Coasts|Helen Hunt Jackson
San Remo and the Western Riviera, climatically and medically considered.Roumania Past and Present|James Samuelson