|MadSci Network: Earth Sciences|
I have a take-home test in which we are allowed to use any source. I have been searching for any clue to this question for the past two hours and have found nothing. The closest thing I have is the Koppen classification system, but I have found nothing that says his system was derived from the ancient greeks. Help! You don't have to give me the answer if you don't want to, but a clue would be nice! Thanks.
Re: What are the five climatic zones of the ancient greeks?
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