Indian winter monsoon: Present and past

Volume: 163, Pages: 297 - 322
Published: Dec 1, 2016
The Indian subcontinent receives most of its annual precipitation due to Indian summer (June, July, August and September) monsoon. Southeastern coastal region of the India receives significant amount of precipitation due to the northeast monsoon (October and November). Over northern Indian region almost one-third of annual precipitation is received during winter (December, January and February) by eastward moving extratropical cyclone called...
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Indian winter monsoon: Present and past
Published Date
Dec 1, 2016
297 - 322
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