Definition of microclimatic in English:


Pronunciation /ˌmīkrōˌklīˈmatik/


See microclimate

‘Mountains control climate on global to microclimatic scales.’
  • ‘Many natural microclimatic gradients exist that could be used to better understand species response to small changes in climate.’
  • ‘The microclimatic data from two summer days show the effects of increased radiation.’
  • ‘In many herbivorous beetles, habitat choice has been found to be determined by microclimatic factors, such as temperature and humidity.’
  • ‘Contributing to the decaying process are microclimatic variations in temperature, humidity, and airflow.’