Question: Science

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

Prentice Hall Science Explorer - chapter 4

In Science | Asked by bookragstutor
Asked from the Climate study pack

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 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 | 1373 days ago

a tropical climate is usally wet humid and hot.a subtropical climate is humid and hot but not very wet

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