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Why moon is whitish grey
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Sia ūü§Ė 14¬†hours ago

By the time the moon is overhead, the light is less affected by the atmosphere, so it appears to be yellow, or closer to white/grey.
How can we say that the Earth is multidimensional ?
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Yogita Ingle 2 weeks, 6 days ago

Many Sciences developed to describe the physical features of the earth such as Geology, Pedology, Oceanography Botany Zoology and Meteorology & Cultural features of the earth such as Economics, History, Sociology Political Science, Anthropology,

Different types of volcano
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Yogita Ingle 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Volcanoes are grouped into four types:

  • Cinder cones
  • Composite volcanoes
  • Shield volcanoes
  • Lava volcanoes

Cinder cones are circular or oval cones made up of small fragments of lava from a single vent that have been blown up. Cinder cones result from eruptions of mostly small pieces of scoria and pyroclastics that build up around the vent.
Composite volcanoes are steep-sided volcanoes composed of many layers of volcanic rocks, usually made from high-viscosity lava, ash and rock debris. These types of volcanoes are tall conical mountains composed of lava flows and other ejecta in alternate layers, the strata that gives rise to the name.
Shield volcanoes are volcanoes shaped like a bowl or shield in the middle with long gentle slopes made by basaltic lava flows. These are formed by the eruption of low-viscosity lava that can flow a great distance from a vent.
Lava domes are formed when erupting lava is too thick to flow and makes a steep-sided mound as the lava piles up near the volcanic vent. They are built by slow eruptions of highly viscous lava.

What is geogrphy
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Give three qualities of South-west monsoon
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Yogita Ingle 1 month, 1 week ago

1. It is influenced by the mountains and relief features of the country. For example, the western slopes of the Western Ghats get heavy rainfall while the eastern slopes get scanty rainfall as the latter lies on the leeward side of the Western Ghats.
2. Monsoon rainfall in India is unevenly distributed in the country. While Meghalaya receive more than 200 cm of rainfall, the western parts of Rajasthan and Punjab get only up to 50-80 cm of rainfall annually.

Classify volcanoes on the basis the fludity lava
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Taruna Bindoria 1 month, 3 weeks ago

How is salinity of the ocean water expressed explain ?
Give one difference between terrestrial and jovian planet
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Divanshi Sharma 1 month ago

Terrestrial planets are covered with solid surfaces while jovian planets are characterirised by gaseous surfaces

Divanshi Sharma 1 month ago

Their main difference is their composition.
Heat buget of the earth with digram
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Who coined the trem geography
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Gayatri Nanda 2 months ago

What are tides?state what is the importance of tides
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Yogita Ingle 2 months ago

The regular rise and fall of the ocean’s waters are known as tides. It is high tide when water covers much of the shore by rising to its highest level. It is low tide when water falls to its lowest level and recedes from the shore.

Some of the importance of tides is discussed below:

1. Fishing: Tides affect other aspects of oceanic life, including the reproductive activities of fish and ocean plants. 

2. Tidal Zone Foods: Edible sea creatures like Crabs, mussels, snails, seaweed etc. inhabit the tidal zone and the most important point to be remembering that without the regular washing of the tides, these complex and abundant creatures would die and food resources would diminish.

3. Navigation: High tides help in navigation. They raise the water level close to the shores which helps the ships to arrive at the harbour more easily.

4. Weather: Tides stirred the ocean water that makes habitable climatic condition and balance the temperatures on the planets.

5. Tidal Energy: In every 24 hour, two high tides and two low tides occur. Hence, the fast movement of water during the inflow and outflow will provide a source of renewable energy to communities living along the coast.

Characteristics of tropical evergreen forest
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Yogita Ingle 2 months ago

Characteristics of tropical evergreen forests are
(i) The trees reach a great height upto 60 m or even above. Trees are tall, thick and have vigorous growth.
(ii) As the region is warm and wet throughout the year, it has a luxuriant vegetation of all kinds-trees, shrubs and creepers giving it a multilayered structure.
(iii) There is no definite time for trees to shed their leaves, as such these forests appear green all the year round.

Name the highest peak of the himalayan in india
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Yogita Ingle 2 months ago

Kangchenjunga section contains five peaks and the region has 12 more peaks over 7,000 m (23,000 ft). The highest mountain Kangchenjunga is located at the border of India and Nepal in the great Himalayas range, Sikkim.

Arpita Chakraborty 2 months ago

Name the two river which flow through rift valley
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Gaurav Seth 2 months ago

Rivers that flow thorough rift valley in India are: Narmada river, Tapti, Mahi (all flowing west), Damodar river in Chota Nagpur plateau.

Yogita Ingle 2 months ago

Narmada is the largest west flowing river of the peninsular India. Narmada flows westwards through a rift valley between the Vindhyan Range on the north and the Satpura Range on the south.

Arpita Chakraborty 2 months ago

River Narmada and River Tapi
The western coast of india has no delta. Formation give reasons ?
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Arpita Chakraborty 2 months ago

This is mainly due to three reasons: 1. Western coast is a submergent coast hence more conducive for estuary formations. 2. Rivers flowing are much shorter in length, hence bringing less sediments.
The western coast of india has no delta formation give one reasion
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Important question for geography
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Anjali Sharma 2 months ago

Q1 Types of rainfall (3)mark Q2 Different between condensation and evaporation (3)mark Q3 what is cloud types of cloud (5)mark
What is a climate change?
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Aniket Shaw 2 months, 1 week ago

The change in the atmospheric conditions of a specific place after a long time period
Explain three mitigation measure which are best suited for earthquake
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Aniket Shaw 2 months, 1 week ago

Installation of earthquake monitoring system Making a vernability map Improving a house type and structure of building

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