Answer to Question #148794 in Regional geography for Daniel

Question #148794
The monsoon is an example of dry arctic air being blown by currents into otherwise moist regions.

True or False
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2020-12-08T09:15:20-0500

False. Monsoon winds occurs when air over land is heated and then rises causing wind to move from the ocean to the land. The monsoon wind normally occurs in the pacific coast of central America, Africa, Southern Asia, and Australia.


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