High latitude

Definition of High latitude

(Geog.) one designated by the higher figures; consequently, a latitude remote from the equator.
- F. Harrison.
that part of the earth's surface near either pole, esp. that part within either the arctic or the antarctic circle.

See also: High Latitude



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