A report on Tropical monsoon climate

Worldwide zones of tropical monsoon climate (Am).
Worldwide zones of tropical monsoon climate (Am).
Magdalena River at Honda, Colombia.

Tropical climate sub-type that corresponds to the Köppen climate classification category Am.

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Worldwide zones of tropical monsoon climate (Am).

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Amapá

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One of the 26 states of Brazil.

One of the 26 states of Brazil.

São José de Macapá
Köppen map for Amapá
Celebration of Indian Day in Manga
thumb|Amapá National Forest
thumb|center|Karupina mountain in the Uaçá Indigenous Territory, Amapá, Brazil.

Most of Amapá has a Tropical monsoon climate, a tropical climate with a short dry season and heavy rainfall for the majority of the year.

Conakry

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Capital and largest city of Guinea.

Capital and largest city of Guinea.

The city in 1912.
Conakry – French Governor's Palace in 1956
Conakry Peninsula and Îles de Los.
A street scene in Conakry.
Courtyard at Sandervalia National Museum
Stade du 28 Septembre
St. Mary's Cathedral, Conakry (Christianity)

According to Köppen climate classification, Conakry features a tropical monsoon climate (Köppen climate classification: Am).

Maldives

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Archipelagic country located in Southern Asia, situated in the Indian Ocean.

Archipelagic country located in Southern Asia, situated in the Indian Ocean.

Isdhoo Lōmāfānu is the oldest copper-plate book to have been discovered in the Maldives to date. The book was written in 1194 AD (590 AH) in the Evēla form of the Divehi akuru, during the reign of Siri Fennaadheettha Mahaa Radun (Dhinei Kalaminja).
Portuguese presence in the Maldives was established in 1558, by order of Constantino of Braganza, Viceroy of Portuguese India.
16th-century Portuguese illustration from the Códice Casanatense, depicting workers
18th-century map by Pierre Mortier from the Netherlands, depicting with detail the islands of the Maldives
17th-century Portuguese drawing of the fortress of Maldives and the archipelago. In Antonio Bocarro book of fortress (1632)
An RAF Short Sunderland moored in the lagoon at Addu Atoll, during WWII
Flag of the Sultan of the Maldives
17th SAARC summit in Addu City, Maldives
Maalhosmadulu Atoll seen from space. Northern Maalhosmadulu Atoll and Southern Maalhosmadulu Atoll can be seen in this picture.
Dark clouds bringing heavy rain, common in the rainy season.
A beach of Bathala island
Maldives soft coral
Oriental sweetlips (Plectorhinchus vittatus) at Meeru Island, North Male Atoll
Republic Square in Malé
The then Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh addressing the People's Majlis in 2011
Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hosts Maldivian foreign minister Abdulla Shahid
Fire & Rescue Service boats
Each administrative atoll is marked, along with the thaana letter used to identify the atoll. Natural atolls are labelled in light blue. [//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cf/Atolls_of_the_maldives.png Full view of the map].
Malé harbour
A proportional representation of Maldives exports, 2019
Filitheyo island beach with tall palm trees and blue fresh lagoons
The resort island of Landaa Giraavaru (Baa atoll)
A mechanised traditional inter-island dhoni stripped of its sails
Malé, the capital of the Maldives
Thaana script
Maahefun Festival in Fuvahmulah
Velana International Airport
TMA Terminal
Portuguese presence in the Maldives was established in 1558, by order of Constantino of Braganza, Viceroy of Portuguese India.
16th-century Portuguese illustration from the Códice Casanatense, depicting workers
An RAF Short Sunderland moored in the lagoon at Addu Atoll, during WWII
Flag of the Sultan of the Maldives

The Maldives has a tropical monsoon climate (Am) under the Köppen climate classification, which is affected by the large landmass of South Asia to the north.

Yogyakarta

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Capital city of Special Region of Yogyakarta in Indonesia, in the south-central part of the island of Java.

Capital city of Special Region of Yogyakarta in Indonesia, in the south-central part of the island of Java.

Kotagede, former capital of the Mataram Sultanate.
The Yogyakarta sultanate palace's main pavilion
The Taman Sari Water Castle, the former royal garden of the Sultan of Yogyakarta
Administration of Yogyakarta City
Borobudur is the world's largest Buddhist archaeological site.
Wayang (shadow puppets) in Yogyakarta style, a scene from Irawan's Wedding. Mid-20th century, from the University of Hawaii Department of Theatre and Dance.
Kawung Motif in batik from Yogyakarta.
Kotagede silverwork.
Mandala Krida Stadium
Yogyakarta railway station
Trans Jogja Bus. A bus rapid transit system in Yogyakarta.
Main building of Panti Rapih Hospital.

Yogyakarta features a tropical monsoon climate (Am) as the precipitation in the driest months between June and September are below 100 mm. The wettest month in Yogyakarta is January with precipitation totalling 392 mm. The climate is influenced by the monsoon.

Narathiwat

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Town (thesaban mueang) in southern Thailand and capital of Narathiwat Province.

Town (thesaban mueang) in southern Thailand and capital of Narathiwat Province.

Narathiwat has a tropical monsoon climate (Köppen climate classification Am).

Miami

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Major city and a coastal metropolis located in Miami-Dade County in southeastern Florida, in the United States.

Major city and a coastal metropolis located in Miami-Dade County in southeastern Florida, in the United States.

Approximately 400 men voted for Miami's incorporation in 1896 in the building to the left
The mouth of Miami River at Brickell Key, February 2010
View from one of the higher points in Miami, west of Downtown Miami. The highest natural point in the city of Miami is in Coconut Grove, near the bay, along the Miami Rock Ridge at 24 ft above sea level.
Typical summer afternoon thunderstorm rolling in from the Everglades
Map of racial/ethnic distribution in Miami, 2010 U.S. Census. Each dot is 25 people:
Downtown is South Florida's main hub for finance, commerce and international business. Brickell Avenue has the largest concentration of international banks in the U.S.
As seen in 2006, the high-rise construction in Miami has inspired popular opinion of "Miami manhattanization"
Brickell Avenue in Downtown Miami's Brickell Financial District
PortMiami is the world's largest cruise ship port, and is the headquarters of many of the world's largest cruise companies
The Royal Caribbean International headquarters at the Port of Miami
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, the second-largest performing arts center in the United States
Lowe Art Museum on the campus of the University of Miami
Hard Rock Stadium is the venue for the Miami Dolphins of the NFL, the Miami Hurricanes of college football, and College Football Playoff's (CFP) Orange Bowl
Casino Miami, known as "The Yankee Stadium of Jai Alai"
Bayfront Park on Biscayne Bay, February 2017
Miami City Hall at Dinner Key in Coconut Grove. The city's primary administrative offices are held here.
Florida International University, with its main campus in nearby University Park, is the largest university in South Florida and the fourth largest university by enrollment in the United States. It is also one of Florida's primary research universities
Founded in 1925, the University of Miami in nearby Coral Gables is Florida's top ranked private institution of higher education
Miami Senior High School, founded in 1903, is Miami's first high school
Former headquarters of the The Miami Herald
The Venetian Causeway (left) and MacArthur Causeway (right) connect Downtown and South Beach, Miami Beach.
State Road 886 (Port Boulevard) connects downtown and PortMiami by bridge over Biscayne Bay.
The Metrorail is the city's rapid transit system and connects the city's central core with its outlying suburbs.
Tri-Rail is Miami's commuter rail that runs north–south from Miami's suburbs in West Palm Beach to Miami International Airport.

Miami has a tropical monsoon climate (Köppen climate classification Am) with hot and wet summers and warm and dry winters.

Monrovia

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Capital city of the West African country of Liberia.

Capital city of the West African country of Liberia.

Monrovia in the 19th century.
Visiting US President Jimmy Carter and Liberian President William Tolbert wave from their motorcade, 1978.
The Atlantic Ocean as seen from Monrovia.
A map of central Monrovia in 1996.
Population density and low elevation coastal zones. Monrovia is especially vulnerable to sea level rise.
Market stall in central Monrovia
Roberts International Airport Terminal
Liberian Capitol Building.
Broad Street, Monrovia at night
Aerial View of University of Liberia Fendell campus, on the outskirts of the city
Dwellings along the Mesurado River in Monrovia. Discarded plastics can be seen washed up on the bank opposite the buildings.

According to the Köppen climate classification, Monrovia has a tropical monsoon climate (Am).

Taitung City

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County-administered city and the county seat of Taitung County, Taiwan.

County-administered city and the county seat of Taitung County, Taiwan.

Taitung City in Taitung County
Taitung City under Japanese rule
Map of Taitung (labeled as TAITŌ) and surrounding area (1944)
Map of the region including Taitung (labeled as T'ai-tung (Taitō) 臺東) (1951)
National Taitung University
Kararuan Coast
TRA Taitung Station
Taitung Airport
Taitung Bus Station
Taitung Bus Station

Taitung has a tropical monsoon climate, with a wet season from May to October, a dry season from November to April, and consistently very warm to hot temperatures with high humidity.

Sihanoukville (city)

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Coastal city in Cambodia and the capital of Preah Sihanouk Province, at the tip of an elevated peninsula in the country's south-west on the Gulf of Thailand.

Coastal city in Cambodia and the capital of Preah Sihanouk Province, at the tip of an elevated peninsula in the country's south-west on the Gulf of Thailand.

French civil servant Auguste Pavie (centre)
and Pierre Lefèvre-Pontalis in 1893
with Cambodian interpreters
National Bank of Cambodia, example of New Khmer Architecture designed by Vann Molyvann
Ekreach Road, Sihanoukville's main thoroughfare
Top: remote beach on Koh Rong
center top left: Koh Bong Po'on
center top right: Koh Rong Resort
center bottom: Koh Rong Sanloem
bottom left: Koh Tuich
bottom right: Koh Dek Koul
Worldwide zones of tropical monsoon climate (Am).
Map of rainfall regimes in Cambodia, source: DANIDA
Sihanoukville's Special Economic Zone (SSEZ) as seen from National Highway No. 4 near Ream commune
Snake island Bridge Snake island Bridge, as seen from Treasure Island Beach, October 2014
Mile stone of National Highway 4 near Ream commune
Sihanoukville airport, October 2014
Tenement building with edible-nest swiftlet farming on top floor
Cambodian-Vietnamese Friendship Monument near Victory Beach Sihanoukville, October 2014
Sangkats of Sihanoukville's Mittakpheap district
Golden Lions Roundabout
Tuk-tuks, Serendipity Road
Serendipity Road
Island Ferry Pier, 2015. Foreground: construction of new citywide sewage system<ref>{{Cite news |date=May 9, 2015 |title=Hotels Warned Over Pumping Sewage Into Sea |work=The Cambodia Daily |url=https://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/hotels-warned-over-pumping-sewage-into-sea-83440/ |access-date=June 11, 2015}}</ref>
Ferries and excursion boats, Serendipity Pier, June 2015
Mangrove planting
Paddle Boarding
Section of the estuary
Ou Trojat Jet bridge
A shrine for the ancestor's spirits.
Statue of Mary at Saint Francis de Sales Chapel
Big Buddha on Victory Hill, October 2014
Shrine to Yeay Mao at Independence Beach, October 2014
St. Michael Catholic Church
Ribbon cutting ceremony of the Engineer Civic Action Project
Cambodians sitting an exam to apply to the Don Bosco Technical School, Sihanoukville, 2008
His Majesty Norodom Sihamoni officially opened the Don Bosco Hotel School
Sovannaphumi Primary school, central Sihanoukville, October 2014
Antaraktvib multi-grade school and kindergarten, central Sihanoukville, October 2014

Sihanoukville lies in the Tropical monsoon (Am) climate zone.

Semarang

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Capital and largest city of Central Java province in Indonesia.

Capital and largest city of Central Java province in Indonesia.

The early VOC settlement of Semarang with its prominent pentagonal fortress.
Coat of Arms of Semarang during Dutch colonial era, granted in 1827.
Semarang Old Town seen from Semarang Tawang railway station.
Ahmad Yani International Airport.
Semarang (?) batik made prior to 1867, in the workshop owned by batik pioneer Carolina Josephina von Franquemont (1817–1867). Photo courtesy of the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles, Bangkok
Diponegoro University.
Lumpia Semarang.
NIS company head office (Gedung Lawang Sewu), Semarang, Dutch East Indies.
A Chinese house in Semarang at the turn of the 20th century.
Aerial picture of Old Semarang area in the 1920s.
Old 0-6-0 locomotive next to the Lawang Sewu building.

Semarang features a tropical rainforest climate that borders on a tropical monsoon climate (Am).