Microclimates due to slope aspect

Microclimates due to slope aspect

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Credit: DR. JOHN D. CUNNINGHAM, VISUALS UNLIMITED /SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Microclimates. Image showing the differences in plant life on north and south facing slopes. The south-facing slopes are hotter and dryer and therefore have less vegetation growing on them. The north-facing slope, which receive less direct sunlight and more moisture have more vegetaion. Photographed in California, USA.

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