Tundra climate

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The tundra climate using the example of Svalbard

According to Köppen's definition, the tundra climate is one of the main types of climate on earth. The scientific abbreviation for this is ET . According to Köppen there are five climate zones , the tundra climate being one of the snow climates. The tundra climate is a further subdivision. The main characteristic of this climate is that the warmest month reaches between 0 and 10 ° C on average. The predominant form of vegetation is the tundra .