Natural Regions of the World – Notes
The monsoon lands are found between 10°N and 30°S latitudes.
The monsoon lands include several regions of south and south East Asia, Australia and Indonesia.
The Monsoon lands receive maximum rainfall during the months of June, July and August.
More than 25% of the world’s population lives in the South and South Wast Asian countries, while most of the monsoon Australia is sparsely populated.
Primary occupations of the people in the monsoon lands include agriculture, animal rearing, mining and manufacturing.
Important crops grown in the monsoon lands include rice, wheat, pulses, oilseed, jute, cotton and tea.