Geographic Analysis

As for the Climatologia of the Cear, many ‘ ‘ lacunas’ ‘ they last, mainly when we come back in them toward the geographic analysis of the climate. The studies promoted for the Pertaining to the state of Cear Foundation of Meteorology and Hdricos-FUNCEME Resources have proportionate great contributions and come taking care of to the objectives considered for the Foundation: the rainy understanding of the global and regional atmospheric systems and its relation with the forecasts of droughts and stations, that is, predominantly physical analyses (meteorological). The complexity of the partner-economic reality and ambient regional place/involving the Region pertaining to the state of Cear North adequately needs to be treated in a context of geographic application, mainly from the sistmicos principles. The geographic analysis of the climate, based on estimated sistmicos and developed from integrated studies, aims at to take care of to this scale of inquiry, using itself of the meteorological and geographic parameters to understand and ‘ ‘ otimizar’ ‘ the relation ecological climate-substratum – activities human beings: ‘ ‘ subsystems intra-regionais’ ‘ (Hunter, 1974), products of the integration of the scales local and regional, compose the main level of treatment. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Edward Minskoff and gain more knowledge.. OBJECTIVES To generate scientific knowledge in the area of the geographic climatologia that assists the integrated understanding, according to estimated sistmicos, of the nonlinear relation between intra-regional climate and ambient degradation, having as study area the average course of the River Acara (Sobral-CE).

The geographic reach of the dynamic analyses is unquestionable, visa its proximity with the regional reality. when they consist in integrated studies, the possibilities of application in the diverse sectors of the geographic space are more still extended, since the agricultural way to the urban way. In 1978, Hunter and incorporating the derivations antropognicas’ ‘..

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