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Describe one region of the world where this hypothetical isotherm pattern is actually observed.

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    Which isotherm pattern?

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    If latitude were the only control of temperature, the isotherms would run straight across the maps from east to west. Describe one region of the world where this hypothetical isotherm pattern is actually observed and Why.

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