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What is the effect of altitude on Mexico climate?

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Mexico has a pretty rugged topography in such a way that its median altitude is on the 1,000-2,000 meter (3,000-6,000 feet) range. This means although Mexico has an overall warmer climate than on the US, much of its territory is temperate and even
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