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Yogita Ingle 2 weeks ago

Geography is divided into two main branches: human geography and physical geography. There are additional branches in geography such as regional geography, cartography, and integrated geography.

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Human geography and physical geography

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Name the two branches of geography
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The big bang theory is tha most popular arguments
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Yogita Ingle 3 weeks, 4 days ago

  • The periodical rise and fall of the sea level, once or twice a day, mainly due to the attraction of the sun and the moon, is called a tide.
  • Movement of water caused by meteorological effects (winds and atmospheric pressure changes) are called surges.
  • Surges are not regular like tides.
  • The ‘tide-generating’ force is the difference between these two forces; i.e. the gravitational attraction of the moon and the centrifugal force.
  • On the surface of the earth, the horizontal tide generating forces are more important than the vertical forces in generating the tidal bulges.
  • The tidal bulges on wide continental shelves, have greater height. When tidal bulges hit the mid- oceanic islands they become low.
  • The shape of bays and estuaries along a coastline can also magnify the intensity of tides. Funnel-shaped bays greatly change tidal magnitudes. When the tide is channeled between islands or into bays and estuaries they are called tidal currents.
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Yogita Ingle 3 weeks, 4 days ago

Tides based on Frequency

Semi-diurnal tide : The most common tidal pattern, featuring two high tides and two low tides each day. The successive high or low tides are approximately of the same height.
Diurnal tide : There is only one high tide and one low tide during each day. The successive high and low tides are approximately of the same height.

Mixed tide: Tides having variations in height are known as mixed tides. These tides generally occur along the west coast of North America and on many islands of the Pacific Ocean.
Tides based on the Sun, Moon and the Earth Positions The height of rising water (high tide) varies appreciably depending upon the position of sun and moon with respect to the earth. Spring tides and neap tides come under this category.
Spring tides: The position of both the sun and the moon in relation to the earth has direct bearing on tide height. When the sun, the moon and the earth are in a straight line, the height of the tide will be higher. These are called spring tides and they occur twice a month, one on full moon period and another during new moon period.

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Mount Everest is the highest peak in the world. It rises to a height of 8,850m (29,035) above sea level. It is one of the mountains in the Himalayan range.

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Maunt abu

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westen coasr is submerfed under sea and rivers make esruaries delta

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Because the western coast is totally submerged under sea. And therefore the rivers make estuaries instead of delta
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"two states" that receive more than 200cms rainfall in india is "Meghalaya and Assam".
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Yogita Ingle 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Spring Tides

Neap Tides

Spring tides are the result of the moon and sun working together to exert more pull on the earth's oceans. 

Neap tides are the result of the moon and sun working against each other's pull. 

 In Spring tide , the difference between high and low tide is the greatest.

In Neap tide , the difference between high and low tide is the least.

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Four meauser to conserve soil

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To protect the soil from erosin. We can conserve soil in the following ways like. By planting new trees. By terrace farming. By building bunds on the sides of river
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It is the process of breakdown of rocks at the earths surface
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Yogita Ingle 1 month ago

According to thermodynamic systems, heat transfer is defined as

The movement of heat across the border of the system due to a difference in temperature between the system and its surroundings.

Interestingly, the difference in temperature is said to be a ‘potential’ that causes the transfer of heat from one point to another. Besides, heat is also known as flux.

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