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Climate - Indian Monsoon, Seasons and Climatic regions (in Hindi)
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This lesson contains the following topics - The Indian Monsoon, Four different seasons, Distribution of rainfall and Climatic regions according to Koeppen's Scheme

Arpita Prakash
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The monsoons are experienced in the tropical area roughly between 20° N and 20° S. To understand the mechanism of the monsoons, the following facts are important. (a) The differential heating and cooling of land and water creates low pressure on the landmass of India while the seas around experience comparatively high pressure. (b) The shift of the position of Inter Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) in summer, over the Ganga plain (this is the equatorial trough normally positioned about 5°N of the equator. It is also known as the monsoontrough during the monsoon season). (c) The presence of the high-pressure area, east of Madagascar, approximately at 20°S over the Indian Ocean. The intensity and position of this high-pressure area affects the Indian Monsoon. (d) The Tibetan plateau gets intensely heated during summer, which results in strong vertical air currents and the formation of low pressure over the plateau at about 9 km above sea level. (e) The movement of the westerly jet stream to the north of the Himalayas and the presence of the tropical easterly jet stream over the Indian peninsula during summer.
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  5. SOUTHERN OSCILLATION (SO): and Indian 0cea souithu fanitic Oczam (H) dhene attru sunssa iwsyease, the asacijie w compasion to astarn indiam Ocranm

  6. El Nino: This is a name given to the periodic development of a warm ocean current along the coast of Peru as a temporary replacement of the cold Peruvian current. 'El Nino' is a Spanish word meaning 'the child', and refers to the baby Christ, as this current starts flowing during Christmas. The presence of the El Nino leads to an increase in sea-surface temperatures and weakening of the trade winds in the region.

  7. EL-Nino and the Indian Monsoon s once every three to seven years, bringing EI-Nino is a complex weather system that appear drought, floods and other weather extremes to different parts of the world. The system involves oceanic and atmospheric phenomena with the appearance of warm currents off the coast of Peru in the Eastern Pacific and affects weather in many places including India. EI-Nino is merely an extension of the warm equatorial current which gets replaced temporarily by cold Peruvian current or Humbolt current (locate these currents in your atlas). This current increases the temperature of water on the Peruvian coast by 10 C. This results in: (i) the distortion of equatorial atmospheric circulation; (ii) irregularities in the evaporation of sea water (iii) reduction in the amount of planktons which further reduces the number of fish in the sea. The word EI-Nino means Child Christ' because this current appears around chiristmas in December. December is a summer month in Peru (Southern Hemisphere) El-Nino is used in India for forecasting long range monsoon rainfall. In 1990-91, there was a wild El-Nino event and the onset of southwest monsoon was delayed over most parts of the country ranging from five to twelve days.

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  14. 68 E 72 76 80 84 88 92 96 E 36 N INDIA RETREATING MONSOONS 36 v 15 Sept. Srinagar 320 PAKISTAN 32 Chandigarh .> Chandigarh CHINA CTIBET) 28 . DELHI BHUTAN Jaipur 1 Sepl Lucknow Patna A RANGLADESIpa 15 Sept A BANGLADESH 24 - "J VJ \ TropicofCancer Ahmadabad Bhopal Kolkata - 20 Nagpur . MYANMAR Bhubaneshwar 20 Mumbai ARABIAN SEA BAY OF BENGAL Hyde 16 Bangalofe 12 Chennai 120 LAKSHADWEEP (INDIA) ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS (INDIA) 0 200 400 600 km SRI LANKA) OCEAN INDIAN 8 N 72 E 760 76 84 88 92 E O

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