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What is the main difference between a humid subtropical climate and a tropical climate?

Prentice Hall Science Explorer - chapter 4

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Interestingly enough, though climate is involved, it isn't the determining factor or definition for these two terms. A tropical climate is where there are a grouping of warm low pressures...like the rainforest areas. The subtropical climate is characterized by high pressures and little to no humidity or water....think deserts. Both experience higher temperatures. 

Dr. John Carmen | 644 days ago