Question: What 3 climate zones are found in Peru?

Peru’s weather is complex but can be broken up into three main climatic zones — the Andes and highlands; the dry coastal areas; and the tropical Amazon jungle. The weather varies in each place and fluctuates throughout the year.

What are the 3 zones of climate?

These zones classify climates by average temperature and precipitation. They are tropical, dry, temperate, cold, and polar.

What are the 7 climate zones?

Climate Zones

  • A – Tropical Climates. Tropical moist climates extend north and south from the equator to about 15° to 25° latitude. …
  • B – Dry Climates. …
  • C – Moist Subtropical Mid-Latitude Climates. …
  • D – Moist Continental Mid-Latitude Climates. …
  • E – Polar Climates. …
  • H – Highlands.

What are the 4 major climate zones?

According to this classification system, four major climatic belts―equatorial, tropical, mid-latitude and arctic (Antarctic), which are dominated by equatorial, tropical, polar and arctic (Antarctic) air masses respectively―are differentiated in the globe.

Is Peru a 3rd world country?

Peru is a Third World country historically and is currently a developing country. Peru has widespread poverty and lack of education among the masses. Luckily, the economy has improved in recent years due to economic initiatives, international loans, and infrastructure projects.

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