Geographic factors often have an important influence on the history, economy, and culture of regions and nations. Three geographic factors are Monsoons, Nile River Valley, and Island locations. Each of these have good and bad effects on an area, depending on the temperature, climate and/or other mother nature controlled elements of the world. The geographic features of an area answer many questions about the types of economy, the background of their history and specific type of culture.
Monsoons mostly affect the Country of India. From June till September, the summer monsoon blows from the southwest, in this direction it picks up moisture over the Indian Ocean. This then drops vast amounts of rains on the coast and on the northern plain, but the rains may cause floods which can kill some crops. From October to may, the winter monsoon blows from lands to the northeast. These hot dry winds raise temperatures to more than 100 degrees F. These monsoons specially affect the economic static of the country.
Every year the people of India wait anxiously for the summer monsoon to bring desperately needed moisture to the parched and scorned farmlands. There is only one season in which