Les climatogrammes

Les climatogrammes

Les climatogrammes 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 -5 -10 -20 -30 J F M A M J J A S O N 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 D 1 Un climatogramme, cest un graphique qui donne, en un coup dil, une ide du climat dun certain endroit. Sur un climatogramme on retrouve les tempratures et prcipitations moyennes mensuelles dune certaine rgion. 2 30

700 25 600 c h 500 prc elle ip i d e s ta t i ons 400 20 Tempratures mensuelles 15 moyennes es s d e ure l l he rat c p tem 10 5 300 0

200 -5 -10 -20 Mois de l ann-30 e Prcipitation mm Temprature C Qubec, (Canada) le l i v la e d Nom du pays et 100 Prcipitations mensuelles 0moyennes J F M A M J J AS O N D 3 Pratiquons un peu, voyons si tu as bien compris comment lire un climatogramme. Que reprsente la courbe rouge? Lhumidit relative

ou La temprature Que reprsente la partie bleue? Les prcipitations ou Les mois de lanne 4 Maintenant es-tu capable didentifier le climat des villes suivantes partir du climatogramme? Pour accomplir cette tche, rappelle-toi ce que tu connais propos de chacun des climats Par exemple: climat quatorial tempratures leves toute lanne rgion sans hiver prcipitations abondantes presque chaque jour 5 30 700 25 600 20 15

500 10 400 5 Prcipitation mm Temprature C Qubec, (Canada) 300 0 -5 200 -10 100 -20 0 -30 J F M A M J J AS O N D Climat polaire

Climat ocanique Climat continental 6 30 700 25 600 20 15 500 10 400 5 Prcipitation mm Temprature C Rio de Janeiro, (Brsil) 300 0 -5 200

-10 100 -20 0 -30 J F M A M J J AS O N D Climat quatorial Climat tropical Climat ocanique 7 30 700 25 600 20 15 500 10 400

5 Prcipitation mm Temprature C Vancouver, (Canada) 300 0 -5 200 -10 100 -20 0 -30 J F M A M J J AS O N D Climat polaire Climat ocanique Climat montagnard 8

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