Definition of Subpolar. Meaning of Subpolar. Synonyms of Subpolar

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Definition of Subpolar

Subpolar
Subpolar Sub*po"lar, a. Situated below the poles.

Meaning of Subpolar from wikipedia

- snowfall per year. In the poleward locations of the oceanic climate zone ("subpolar oceanic climates", described in greater detail below), snowfall is more...
- The subarctic climate (also called subpolar climate, or boreal climate) is a climate characterised by long, usually very cold winters, and short, cool...
- Current, and of the Indian Ocean Gyre the Agulhas Current.[citation needed] Subpolar gyres form at high latitudes (around 60┬░). Circulation of surface wind...
- base, although the surface snowpack may experience seasonal melting. A subpolar glacier includes both temperate and polar ice, depending on the depth beneath...
- southward, and as a consequence, the North Atlantic is mostly supplied by subpolar waters, including a contribution from the Labrador Current recirculated...
- the year, as opposed to mild and warm in the subtropics and cold in the subpolar zone. The oceanic climates are created by the ons**** flow from the cool...
- The Magellanic subpolar forests (Spanish: Bosque Subpolar Magallánico) are a terrestrial ecoregion of southernmost South America, covering parts of southern...
- the Subpolar Front, an extension of the North Atlantic Current, a wide, vaguely defined region separating the subtropical gyre from the subpolar gyre...
- Monika, et al. "Deep water formation, the subpolar gyre, and the meridional overturning circulation in the subpolar North Atlantic." Deep Sea Research Part...
- exception of the more tropical monk seals, are mostly confined to polar, subpolar, and temperate climates. The Baikal seal is the only species of exclusively...