As introduced in the attached PowerPoint presentation, Harbin is in the far north of China where it is quite cold, Guangzhou is located the south in a tropical climate, and Urumqi is in far western China in a drier climate. For example, after the eruption of the island of Krakatoa, Indonesia, in 1883, winters and even summers in Asia and Europe were colder and darker. The dry arid desert is a true desert climate, and covers 12 % of the Earth's land surface. The entire country receives rainfall due to the south-west summer monsoons from the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea. This includes the region's general pattern of weather conditions, seasons and weather extremes like hurricanes, droughts, or rainy periods.
The area to the south of the Himalayan range is protected from cold winds coming from interior of Asia during winter. Cloth is produced from the fiber of cotton and oil from cotton seeds. Plantation owners will grow trees that are best suited to industrial applications such as , , and due to their fast growth rate, tolerance of rich or degraded agricultural land, and potential to produce large quantities of raw material for industrial use. Himalayas is making a tallest wall towards north. These climates have warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Temperature starts rising by the middle of March and by mid May, Mercury touches 41° to 42°C.
A large part of the country experiences cool, dry, and dense Central Asian air masses. The closer a place is to the poles, the smaller the angle and therefore the less intense the radiation. The maximum temperature in summers goes up to 40°C and the rains are unreliable and generally take place during summer monsoon season in this climate. Group I Low-latitude Climates: These climates are controlled by equatorial a tropical air masses. The trans-Himalayan belt, which is the northern side of the western Himalayas, is cold, arid and windswept. This has led to severe soil degradation in many areas.
As the rising air cools, clouds and rain develop. India is one of the oldest civilization in the world and seventh largest country with an area of 3287263 sq km. When checked by Eastern Ghats, rainfall occurs on the eastern coastal region, which therefore has good winter rainfall. What causes winter in our country? Farming systems in India range from subsistence farming to to industrial or commercial farming. The range of weather in continental climate regions makes them among the most sites for weather.
During these seasons, strong variations in temperature takes place in the country. So it is known as Kharif crop. Regions throughout India differ in types of farming they use; some are based on , , , and many more. In some years there may be heavy rains and in some years scanty, resulting in drought like conditions. Bags, ropes and a lot of other things are made out of jute. In large s, for example, streets and buildings absorb heat from the Sun, raising the average temperature of the city higher than average temperatures of more open areas nearby.
The Arabian Sea branch extends towards the low-pressure area over Thar Desert and is about three times stronger than the Bay of Bengal branch. The northeastern part of the country receives high volumes of rainfall throughout the year, which creates lush, fertile valleys that support the growth of crops. At some places rice is produced more in quantity and at some other places more wheat is produced. Two of the most important factors determining an area's climate are air temperature and precipitation. There are seasonal differences in monthly rainfall but temperatures of 27°C 80°F mostly stay the same. Because these plantations are made solely for the production of one material, there is a much smaller range of services for the local people. The Köppen climate classification system defines in great detail the world's climates, including five major climate types: moist tropical, dry, humid middle latitude, continental, and cold.
Except Kerala, it is found in the Andaman Nicobar Islands, Kurgan of Karnataka State and Chicmagalur district etc. Though rocky soil is unsuitable for maize cultivation, but it is cultivated in hilly areas-of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. The characteristic features of this season include decrease in humidity level and clear skies in most parts of the central and northern India. Temperatures rarely rise above freezing, even in summer. Groundnuts are produced more in Tamilnadu. In the extreme north, hilly regions, due to their being at greater height from the sea, experience extreme cold with temperatures going below zero degree with huge variation in day and night temperatures.
However, it picks up moisture from the Bay of Bengal and moves towards the eastern coast. Temperature even exceeds 45°C in areas of central and north-west India. On the red and iron rich soils of Karnataka, pearl millet and ragi rotation is practised although pearl millet isn't always grown annually. Which picks up huge quantities of moisture from oceans. Rainwater is an important contributor to our economy as our agriculture is largely based on rainwater.