An ice cap climate is a polar climate where the temperature never or almost never exceeds 0 °C (32 °F). The climate covers areas in or near the polar regions, such as Antarctica and Greenland, as well as the highest mountaintops. Such areas are covered by a permanent layer of ice and have no vegetation, but they may have animal life, that usually feeds from the oceans. Ice cap climates are inhospitable to human life. Antarctica, the coldest continent on Earth, sustains no permanent human residents, but have some civil inhabitants in proximity to research stations in coastal settlements that are maritime polar.

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  • 氷雪気候(ひょうせつきこう)とはケッペンの気候区分における気候区のひとつで、寒帯に属する。記号はEFでEは寒帯、Fは氷雪(Froste)を表す。フローンの気候区分における高極帯(記号:EE)に相当する。 (ja)
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  • 氷雪気候(ひょうせつきこう)とはケッペンの気候区分における気候区のひとつで、寒帯に属する。記号はEFでEは寒帯、Fは氷雪(Froste)を表す。フローンの気候区分における高極帯(記号:EE)に相当する。 (ja)
  • An ice cap climate is a polar climate where the temperature never or almost never exceeds 0 °C (32 °F). The climate covers areas in or near the polar regions, such as Antarctica and Greenland, as well as the highest mountaintops. Such areas are covered by a permanent layer of ice and have no vegetation, but they may have animal life, that usually feeds from the oceans. Ice cap climates are inhospitable to human life. Antarctica, the coldest continent on Earth, sustains no permanent human residents, but have some civil inhabitants in proximity to research stations in coastal settlements that are maritime polar. (en)
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  • 氷雪気候 (ja)
  • Ice cap climate (en)
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