tropical monsoon climate

tropical monsoon climate

[′träp·ə·kəl män′sün ‚klī·mət]
(climatology)
One of the tropical rainy climates; it is sufficiently warm and rainy to produce tropical rainforest vegetation, but it does exhibit the monsoon climate influences in that it has a winter dry season.
References in periodicals archive ?
Located in the only part of the contiguous United States with a tropical monsoon climate " like those in India and Southeast Asia " Ranchopatel gave him not just sweet fruit, but a new direction.
Sri Lanka's tropical monsoon climate also allows a variety of fruits such as dragon fruit, ripe jack, rambutan, pineapple and mangosteen to be produced in the region, as well as of course, the ubiquitous coconut.
Climate: tropical monsoon climate with high humidity throughout the year; typhoon season from July through November
The Kimberley region has a tropical monsoon climate with a warm, dry 'winter' from April to September, and a tropical 'summer' from October to March.
The tropical monsoon climate is responsible for the abundance of fruit and vegetables they can grow, which includes varieties of everything we get in the West and at least 50 per cent more.

Full browser ?