How does mountain slope aspect affect temperatures?
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User: Why does temperature vary between maritime and continental locations?

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Mountain slope aspect affect temperatures in a way that: The difference in soil temperature due to aspect is greater in winter than in summer.
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Temperature vary between maritime and continental locations because: The temperature of offshore currents affect nearby land areas. A maritime climate is less extreme than a continental climate because the ocean moderates temperatures.

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