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The seasonal reversal of winds is the typical characteristic of
(a) Equatorial climate
(b) Mediterranean climate
(e) Monsoon climate
(d) All of the above climates



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The seasonal reversal of winds, commonly known as monsoons, is a typical characteristic of the monsoon climate. This climate is characterized by a distinct wet and dry season, where the prevailing wind direction changes with the seasons. During the summer months, the wind blows from the ocean towards the land, bringing heavy rainfall, while in the winter months, the wind direction reverses, blowing from land to sea.

Equatorial climate is characterized by high temperatures, abundant rainfall, and relatively constant winds throughout the year.

Mediterranean climate is characterized by dry summers and wet winters, but it does not exhibit the pronounced seasonal reversal of winds like the monsoon climate.


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