The weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or over a long period
the mild climate
The alleviation of disease or ill health by travel to a place considered to have a beneficial climate; a journey undertaken with this intention.
A theoretical or mathematical model (now typically involving computer simulation) of major weather patterns, now especially as used to predict possible future climate change.
Impervious or resistant to a particular climate; weatherproof; (later also) able to withstand climate change.
A relatively abrupt alteration of the climate in a particular region; (now also more widely) = climate change.
Suffering the effects of a (tropical) climate.
A change in global or regional climate patterns, in particular a change apparent from the mid to late 20th century onwards and attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels
Another term for air conditioning.
The branch of science which deals with the origin, development, and alteration of regional and global weather patterns.
(Of a car, building, enclosure, etc.) having the interior temperature, humidity, and airflow artificially controlled.
A scientist who constructs or uses climate models.
The construction or use of climate models.
An expert or specialist in climate science.
Management of the indoor microclimate; the technology involved in this.
A relatively dry climate with very hot summers and very cold winters, characteristic of the central parts of Asia and North America
A climate distinguished by warm, wet winters under prevailing westerly winds and calm, hot, dry summers, as is characteristic of the Mediterranean region and parts of California, Chile, South Africa, and southwestern Australia
The climate of a very small or restricted area, especially when this differs from the climate of the surrounding area