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Different types of Climate

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pichet bandithsuwan

on 28 April 2010

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Climates "a season" South East Asia The monsoon reversal direction of prevailing wind The south-west monsoon The north-east monsoon Sun appears overhead at tropic cancer in June extremelly hot and dry temperature Large amount of relief, risk of flood Extremely cold temperature small amount of rain for India, risk of drought N S Himalayas mountain Overhead sun move southward Mediterranean West coast of continents between latitudes 30 degrees and 40 degrees north and south along the equator Summer Winter Warm to hot weather
Place next to ocean are cooler
Several months of dry and sunny weather
Occasionally a thunderstorm
Warm and wet weather
Wet days - separated several dry and sunny

Cold climate Pole ward side of 60 degrees N in Eurasia Short long hours of daylight
Precipation is light due to the cold weather Winter Summer Alaska during the summer A period where sun failed to rise
Strong wind and snow fall can lower temeparature
Very dark, long, and extremely cold
Wind chill factor, frostbite, blizzard Alaska during the winter Tropical cyclones Area of intensive how pressure (hurricane, typhoons, cyclone) Develop along tropical deep oceans near the equator sea temperature exceed 27 degrees celcius on a large scale Formation Effects Strong Winds
oExceed 160 km/hr (max 250 km/hr)
oLEDC > MEDC (destruction scale) Storm tidal surges
Can reach up to the height of 5m
increases with the wind speed Flooding
(major cause of death) Landslides
Unstable lands and mountain will cause landslide due to the strong wind a strong upright movement of airs mixed with water vapor
Air rises condenses in twisting motion resulting a release of immense amount of heat energy
No fixed course and hard to predict
the increased pressurei in the center make the air sinks down creating the eye of the storm Banning the news about hurricane damage Government once banned the news about the devastation of the hurricane by the hurricane in respect to hurricane Katrina
stops banning due to the upcoming super bowl in New Orleans to prevent the damage from being too high
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