Archive | February 8, 2015

Monsoon and Tibetan Plateau


Monsoon refers to those seasonal winds which changes their direction twice in a year with the change in season. The monsoon system of the Indian sub-continent differs considerably from that of the rest Asia. The centers of action, air masses involves, and the mechanism of precipitation of Indian monsoon are altogether different from other monsoon systems. Although monsoonal tendencies develop over other parts of the world, it is only around the Indian Ocean that monsoonal circulation in the true sense is observed. Here, the monsoons, appears as truly massive interruptions and reversal of the normal global atmospheric circulation.

 

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During the past few years, the upper layers of the atmosphere have been studied comprehensively and meteorologists have forward some

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