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Yemen Climate, Land forms, Geography
Transcript of Yemen Climate, Land forms, Geography
The Climate of Yemen can be described as a
subtropical dry, hot desert climate with
low annual rainfall.
Extreme humidity combines with high temperatures—as high as 54° C (129° F ) in the shade—to produce a stiflingly hot climate.
In Yemen, the main land form is a desert but the area has some mountains also.
It is located in Southwest Asia at the southern tip of the Arabian Peninsula between Oman and Saudi Arabia.
Yemen's neighbors are Oman and Saudi Arabia.
The Average precipitation in depth
(mm per year) in yemen is 167.
Mountains in Yemen
Yemen's population is 24.41 million people.
Life expectancy in Yemen is 63.27 years.
The Sarawat Mountains is a mountain range running parallel to the western coast of the Arabian Peninsula. The Sarawat Mountain start from the border of Jordan in the north to the Gulf of Aden in the south, running through Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
CLIMATE LANDFORMS GEOGRAPHY AND POPULATION IN YEMEN.
By: Hailee and Molly P5