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CLIMATIC INFLUENCES D. Hardin Monsoons SUMMER Wet monsoon HH H LL WINTER Dry monsoon L L L HH
CLIMATIC INFLUENCES Monsoons D. Hardin Cherrapunjee: 366” (30.5’) in 1 mo. 1,042” (86.8’) in 1 yr. (1861)
NATURAL VEGETATION Equatorial/evergreen rainforest D. Hardin
Sri Lanka D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Equatorial/evergreen rainforest
D. Hardin Sri Lanka NATURAL VEGETATION Equatorial/evergreen rainforest
D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Monsoon/deciduous rainforest
Western Ghats D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Monsoon/deciduous rainforest
Western Ghats D. Hardin wet dry NATURAL VEGETATION Monsoon/deciduous rainforest
D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Woodland savanna
Deccan Plateau D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Woodland savanna
D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Savanna grassland
Deccan Plateau D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Savanna grassland
Burma D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Savanna grassland
D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Temperate forests
Nepal Chitwan National Park D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Temperate forests
D. Hardin Nepal NATURAL VEGETATION Temperate forests
D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATIONHighlands
Himalayas D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATIONHighlands
D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Steppe
Pakistan India D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATION Steppe
D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATIONDesert Sind Thar
Thar Desert, India Sind/Indus River Valley, Pakistan D. Hardin NATURAL VEGETATIONDesert
Arabian Sea?. Arabian Sea Ganges River? Ganges River Bay of Bengal?
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