The Southern Hemisphere is the half of Earth that is south of the Equator. It contains all or parts of five continents (Antarctica, Australia, about 90% of South America, one third of Africa, and several islands off the continental mainland of Asia), four oceans (Indian, South Atlantic, Southern, and South Pacific) and most of the Pacific Islands in Oceania. Its surface is 8. % water, compared with 6. % water in the case of the Northern Hemisphere, and it contains 3. % of Earth's land.
The Northern Hemisphere refers to the half of the planet that is north of the equator, while the Southern Hemisphere is all of the planet south of the equator. Some continents run through both hemispheres, although all of Europe and North America are in the Northern Hemisphere.
The Northern Hemisphere is the half of Earth that is north of the Equator. For other planets in the Solar System, north is defined as being in the same celestial hemisphere relative to the invariable plane of the solar system as Earth's North Pole.
Southern Hemisphere climates tend to be slightly milder than those at similar latitudes in the Northern Hemisphere, except in the Antarctic which is colder than the Arctic. This is because the Southern Hemisphere has significantly more ocean and much less land; water heats up and cools down more slowly than land. Forests in the Southern Hemisphere have special features which set them apart from those in the Northern Hemisphere. The eucalyptus is native to Australia but is now also planted in Southern Africa and Latin America for pulp production and, increasingly, biofuel uses.
As a result, southern hemisphere winters are colder than northern hemisphere winters at an equivalent latitude and likewise, southern hemisphere summers are warmer than the northern hemisphere summers at an equivalent latitude. k views · View 2 Upvoters. trPqJefdXlFw RblvFyfcyp IXXMTeqlNBrvc. In the northern hemisphere, summer occurs at the same time as aphelion. Despite this, there are larger land masses in the northern hemisphere, which are easier to heat than the seas. Consequently, summers are . °C (4 °F) warmer in the northern hemisphere than in the southern hemisphere under similar conditions. k views · View 8 Upvoters. Thank you for your feedback!
Our northern winter is in Dec, Jan and Feb, whereas the southern winter is in June, July, and August. Each of our summers is 6 months away from our winters in our respective hemispheres. In cold places in either hemisphere (which thankfully doesn't include Hawaii) people might say: "I'll be glad when summer gets here and the weather warms up". The difference is that in the North people might say "I am dreading a cold January" whereas in the South you might say "I am looking forward to a warm January".
In Casablanca, extra humidity meant that some varieties came under pressure from fungal attacks including powdery mildew. That aside, early ripening varieties were successful and lower alcohol and higher acidity bode well for rosés and whites, according to Pablo Morandé of RE and Viña Morande. Leonardo Erazo reported a similar story in Itata, where Rogue Vines, his project with Justin Decker is based.
In the Northern Hemisphere, winter generally begins on December 21 or 22. This is the winter solstice, the day of the year with the shortest period of daylight. Summer begins on June 20 or 21, the summer solstice, which has the most daylight of any day in the year. Spring and fall, or autumn, begin on equinoxes, days that have equal amounts of daylight and darkness. The vernal, or spring, equinox falls on March 20 or 21, and the autumnal equinox is on September 22 or 23. The seasons in the Northern Hemisphere are the opposite of those in the Southern Hemisphere.
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