Climate Classification?

I dont know how to tell which climate it is. I have to pick from several options including

1. wet equitorial 

2. tropical wet dry

3. tropical monsoon

4. desert- warm low latitude

5. desert- cold mid latitude

6. steppe, warm low latitude

7. steppe, cold mid latitude

8. humid subtropical

9. marine west coast

10. mediterrean 

11. humid continental - warm summer

12. humid continental - hot summer

13. subartic

14. tundra

15. ice sheet

anything helps im super lost. 

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2 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    1. wet equatorial Amazon, West Africa , & East Indies(Indonesia)

    Rains at all seasons.2. tropical wet dry ( Sub-Saharan Africa)Hot west summer, Cool dry Winter. 3. tropical monsoon (India & South East Asia)Cool dry season, Hot dry Season, Hot west season)4. desert- warm low latitude ( Sahara , Atacama, Mohave, Australia)Hot and Dry at all seasons. (Rare heavy rain storms; maybe once every 5 to 10 years)5. desert- cold mid latitude ( Gobi )Warm dry Summer , Cold dry Winter)6. steppe, warm low latitude  7. steppe, cold mid latitude (Russia, Argentina. Miid West (USA)Warm with some rain Summer, Cold Dry Winter.8. humid subtropical (West Indies)Hot Summer , Warm Winter, rain at all seasons9. marine west coast (Western Europe, Pacific Coast of Canada, Pacific coast of Southern Chile) Warm Summer, Cool Winter, Rain at all seasons. 10. mediterrean (Mediterranean , California, Pacific Coast of middle Chile, Cape of South Africa, South Western Australia) Hot dry summer, temperate wet winter.11. humid continental - warm summer12. humid continental - hot summer13. subartic ( Northern Canada, Northern Siberia) Temperate Summer, Cold snow  Winter 14. tundra (Iceland, Siberia)Similar to Subaractic15. ice sheet (Greenland, Antarctica)

    Cold all year, occasional snow storms(blizzards). 

    NB The Polar regions have the greatest yearly temperature difference. Verkhoyansk in Siberia can range from 80 o F ( 28 o C ) in Summer to -65 o F ( - 60 o C) in Winter. 

    NNB The equatorial regions have the greatest annual precipitation. The seasons are dry & wet , not hot and cold.

    Hope that helps!!!!!

  • 2 months ago

    Your image has text too tiny to read, so you are on your own.

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