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Unformatted text preview: 1-Question for Debate: Think of Earth as a different planet with a single continent (more or less like an island) as indicated below. Discuss with your colleagues the following issues: a)Do you think this planet would have a monsoon system and why? b)How do you think would be the circulation, low level pressure and winds during the winter and summer of the Northern Hemisphere? Cancer Equator Capricorn 2-Question for Debate: Now, Imagine that Earth has a single continent but now with the continent in another orientation: a)Do you think this planet would have a monsoon system and why? b)How do you think would be the circulation, low level pressure and winds during the winter and summer of the Northern Hemisphere? Equator 3-Question for Debate: Now, Imagine that Earth has a single continent but now with the continent in another orientation: a)Do you think this planet would have a monsoon system and why? b)How do you think would be the circulation, low level pressure and winds during the winter and summer of the Northern Hemisphere? Equator 3-Question for Debate: Now, Imagine that Earth has the same continents as today. However there is no Himalaya in this planet (this is a flat planet). a)Based on what you have learned so far about monsoons, what do you think would be different regarding the monsoon system in this planet? ...
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