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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zapata_Swamp

Zapata Swamp is located on the Zapata Peninsula in the southern Matanzas province of Cuba. ... Between May and October, the warmest season of the year, average temperature is 30 °C (86 °F). Between November and April, the coldest ...

www.reference.com/science/average-temperature-swamp-dfc812d5bbf5defd

The average temperature range of the world's swamps is between 15 C and 35 C . Swamps fall into two categories: swamp forests and shrub swamps. Bogs are ...

us.worldweatheronline.com/long-swamp-weather-averages/vi.aspx

Long Swamp, Virgin Islands - Monthly weather averages including average high and low Temperature, Precipitation, Pressure, Wind Charts to assist you in ...

sciencing.com/climate-wetland-swamp-ecosystems-4535.html

Apr 25, 2017 ... A swamp is defined as a wetland dominated by trees or dense ... must also have the correct temperature and precipitation patterns for tree or ...

www.areavibes.com/jacksonville-fl/swamp/weather

See the current Swamp, Jacksonville, FL weather and a 5 day forecast. Also view : monthly average temperatures, precipitation, snow depth, wind speed, ...

a-z-animals.com/reference/swamps-and-wetland

Swamps and wetlands are large areas of water that are broken up by small islands of land and large amounts of plants. Swamps and wetlands, marshes, bogs and fens are found all over the world, generally in more temperate ... Average Rainfall (Year):, 1750mm - 2000mm. Temperature: 15 to 35 Degrees Centigrade.

mangroveforestndahl.weebly.com/climate-weather.html

Annual Average Water Temperatures: 75º Fahrenheit (24º Celcius) Average Annual Precipitation: Between 1000 and 1500 mm per year. Common Extreme ...

www.climatestotravel.com/climate/brazil/pantanal

Being in the southern hemisphere, the seasons are reversed compared with Europe or North America. Here are the average temperatures of the city of Corumbà ...

www.bioexpedition.com/wetland-biome

Apr 3, 2012 ... The wetland biome is one that many people don't really see as being important. In fact, in many areas they consider it to be a nuisance.