Climate is understood as the long-term weather regime inherent in one or another locality in accordance with its geographical conditions.
Human activities affect various components of the climate. So, afforestation afforestation helps to reduce wind speed, reduce evaporation, and retain snow, which increases the humidity of the lower atmosphere and soil. Draining swamps reduces humidity and raises the temperature in the environment. The creation of reservoirs, on the contrary, increases the amount of water in the soil and water vapor in the troposphere, which accumulate heat and reduce the annual and daily amplitude of temperature changes. A similar effect on the climate is produced by artificial irrigation.
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