In the early 19th century, Aristotleâs Meteorologica still guided scientific ideas about the climate. The model âsprang from the ancient Greek concept of klima,â as Ian Beacock writes at The Atlantic, a static scheme that âdivided the hemispheres into three fixed climatic bands: polar cold, equatorial heat, and a zone of moderation in the middle.â […]
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