Article : Indian Climate Environment For Economic Development-2030

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Indian Climate Environment For Economic Development-2030

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Prem Prakash Satpathy

Climate is the pattern or cycle of weather conditions such as temperature, wind, rain, snowfall, humidity, clouds, including extreme or occasional ones, over a large area, averaged over many years.
Factor that affects climate include:
1. Where the place is on the earth.
2. local land features like mountains
3. the type and amount of plant like forest or grassland
4. the nearness of large bodies of water prevailing winds and
5. human activities like burning fossil fuel, farming or cutting down forest
The Köppen classification depends on average monthly values of temperature and precipitation. The most commonly used form of the Köppen classification has five primary types labeled A through E. These primary types are A, tropical; B, dry; C, mild mid-latitude; D, cold mid-latitude; and E, polar.
The five primary classifications can be further divided into secondary classifications such as rain forest, monsoon, tropical savanna, humid subtropical, humid continental, oceanic climate, Mediterranean climate, steppe, subarctic climate, tundra, polar ice cap, and desert.

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