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Geography, Culture, and Early History. Japan - Effects of Climate Climatic conditions have a major effect on population distribution, agriculture, and.

population. It is in the coastal plain, river valleys, and hills of the eastern one- third of China, known as China proper, that most of China’s population is located. Chinese civilization began on the banks of one of its major rivers; the Yellow / is Chaturanga. Sanskrit is an ancient language of India. Furthermore, the Indian version of chess contains the horse, camel, and elephant. These three animals are the equivalent of the knight, bishop, and rook of present-day chess. Indus Valley arose between /


STANDARD Explain that a large portion of Earth’s surface is water, consisting of oceans, rivers, lakes, groundwater, and ice.

It lies between the countries of India, Pakistan, Australia, and the continents of Africa and Antarctica. The third largest ocean is the Indian Ocean. It lies between the countries of India, Pakistan, Australia, and the continents of Africa and Antarctica. Arctic /mountains completely under water; extinct volcanoes What are some of the features of the ocean floor? –Abyssal plain: smooth, flat region of the ocean floor –Mid-ocean ridge: a continuous range of mountains that wind around Earth’s ocean floor. /


To you all. T HE T HAR D ESERT The origin of the Thar desert is a controversial subject. Some consider it to be only 4000 to 10,000 years old, whereas.

are fast vanishing in other parts of India, are found in the desert in large numbers such as the great Indian bustard, the black buck, the Indian gazelle, and the wild ass in the Rann of Kutch. How these animals and/a factor. Coastal plain in Albania Albania A coastal plain is an area of flat, low- lying land adjacent to a seacoast and separated from the interior by other features. One of the worlds longest coastal plains is located in eastern South America. The southeastern coastal plain of North America is/


Physical Geography of South Asia: The Land Where Continents Collided South Asia’s major landforms, including the massive Himalayan mountains, were created.

India’s southeastern tip Large, tear-shaped country with lush tropical land Range of high, rugged, 8,000-foot mountains dominate center Many small rivers flow from mountains down to lowlands Northern side has low hills, rolling farmland Island is circled by coastal plain/ in southwest, Ganges Delta -unpredictable; cause hardship in lowlands of India, Bangladesh Cyclone— violent storm with fierce winds, heavy rain -in Bangladesh low coastal region swamped by high waves continued Climate—Wet and Dry, Hot/


Chapter 13, Section World Geography Chapter 13 Countries of South America Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper.

of France. Europeans brought Africans, and later Asians, to work on sugar plantations. People of Asian descent make up half the population of Guyana, many speaking the languages of India. Many people in Suriname and French Guyana are mulattoes, people of/ of Bolivia and Chile? 2 Chapter 13, Section Physical Characteristics Coastal Plain Narrow plain between mountains and ocean stretches along entire Pacific coast of South America. Atacama Desert, the driest place on earth, occupies the coastal plain of /


Sect.1 Indus Valley Civilizations In the early 1900’s archaeologist began to dig in the Indus River Valley of Pakistan. They unearthed small clay bricks,

India to develop a distinct culture Hindu Kush acted as a gateway to migrating and invading peoples –People of Indus plains depend on monsoons and floods for their crops Sect.1 Indus Valley Civilizations Natural Features Define Region The Indian subcontinent is divided into three regions –First in the Gangetic Plains in the North –Second the dry Deccan plateau –Third the coastal plains on either side of/


Final Exam Study Guide. How is statistical data, such as census numbers, useful to geographers? a.Statistical data are of little practical use to geographers.

plain. Which of the following rivers flows mainly through Pakistan? a.Indus River b.Ganges River c.Brahmaputra River d.Brahmaputra and Ganges Rivers The world’s largest protected mangrove forest is located a.in the Sundarbans. b.in the Thar Desert. c.along the western coast of India/and east d.south and west Which part of East Asia is characterized by a humid subtropical climate? a.Northeast b.Northwest c.Southwest d.southeast Which statement about the coastal regions of East Asia is accurate? a.People in /


Which state borders most of Virginia to the south?

after Spanish royalty. D They are located on the Eastern Shore. Answer: A What is the name of the body of water located in the Coastal Plain (Tidewater) region that is a shallow natural lake surrounded by the Dismal Swamp? F Smith Mountain Lake G/King James I grants charters to the Virginia Company of London. Effect ? Which of the following best replaces the question mark? A The charters gave the Virginia Company the right to establish a settlement in India. B The charters gave the Virginia Company the /


South Asia.

Southern Islands Mountains of the North Mt. Everest Includes the world’s highest mountain Produced by the collision between tectonic plates  seismically active Indus-Ganges-Brahmaputra Lowlands Brahmaputra R. Indus R. Ganges R. Created by three major river systems Population core areas Peninsular India Deccan Plateau Eastern Ghats Western Ghats Continuous Western Ghats  narrow western coastal plains Discontinuous Eastern Ghats  broad eastern coastal plains  high population/


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7,000 km Climate South: Tropical monsoon North: Temperate Terrain South: Upland Plain (Deccan plateau) West: Dessert region North: Himalayan mountain range Rolling plain along the Ganges river Natural resources Iron ore, manganese, mica, bauxite, /India - Orissa, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram, Manipur Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh Relatively more simplistic and less elaborate food Characterized by a variety of different types of rice Predominantly fish eating population in coastal/


Geography of South Asia. South Asia Includes the countries of India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka Includes the countries of India,

few people live in this region. The Deccan Plateau Makes up most of India Makes up most of India The Eastern and Western Ghats mountain ranges are found here. The Eastern and Western Ghats mountain ranges are found here. Along the coastal plains you can find fertile soil and water is plentiful. Along the coastal plains you can find fertile soil and water is plentiful. Fewer people live/


South Asia The Size of South Asia Second Highest Population with 1.2 billion people.

Mother Ganges Population density (1000 people / sq mile) Mother Ganges Indo-Gangetic Plains Indo-Gangetic Plain INDO-GANGETIC PLAINS Between Ganges & Indus rivers, south of the Himalayas Alluvial Plains fertile soil, farming region High population= 3/5 of population of India lives here PLAINS Islands Maldives Sri Lanka Islands Sri Lanka – Tropical – Mountains in center – Small rivers – Coastal plains Islands Maldives Archipelago – 1,200+ islands (only 200 are inhabited) – atolls Low/


What I know About India What I Learned About India What I Want to Learn About India.

map using these same physical and political features.  Physical  Political Geography Well-watered northern plains, the dry Deccan plateau, and the coastal plains on either side of the Deccan The Indian subcontinent is divided into three major zones Geography  India is considered a “subcontinent” because of its size.  It is a part of Asia. In the north are high mountains, the Himalayas and Hindu Kush. In the/


DO NOW WHY IS EMBALMING OR PRESERVING THE BODY OFTEN A PART OF OUR RITUALS DURING DEATH AND FUNERALS? WHY IS EMBALMING OR PRESERVING THE BODY OFTEN A PART.

THE SECTION “THE PYRAMIDS” Chapter 3 India and China Section 1: Early Civilization in India 1. India subcontinent 1. India subcontinent 1. Is composed of a number of core regions including mountain ranges, river valleys, a dry interior plateau, and fertile coastal plains 1. Is composed of a number of core regions including mountain ranges, river valleys, a dry interior plateau, and fertile coastal plains MAP OF INDIA 2. Himalaya 2. Himalaya 3. Ganges/


traders had introduced the new religion, Islam, in the Indian coastal areas. Muhammad bin Qasim was the first Muslim invader who conquered some part of India and after that, Mahmud of Ghazna launched 17 attacks and opened the gate to preach Islam./occurs. • Indus Plains: Main agricultural region in the middle of the Indus valley. • The Potohar Plateau is there in the East of upper Indus plains. • In South East of Indus Plains there is Deserts Thal, Cholistan and Thar. Climate: Climate of Pakistan is diverse./


Chapter 14 Water.

farms in India are being irrigated from overpumped aquifers. Withdrawing Groundwater Trade-Offs Withdrawing Groundwater Advantages Disadvantages Useful for drinking and irrigation Aquifer depletion from overpumping Sinking of land (subsidence) from overpumping Available year-round Exists almost everywhere Polluted aquifers for decades or centuries Renewable if not overpumped or contaminated Saltwater intrusion into drinking water supplies near coastal areas Figure 14.7 Trade/


UNIT 2 NATURAL RESOURCES

, the melting of icecaps, and a rise in sea levels, which is slowly submerging coastal belts all over the world. Warming the seas also leads to the death of sensitive organisms such as coral. Oil and Its Environmental Impacts India’s oil reserves/ run on fossil fuels. Less energy intensive method should be practiced. Land Resources Importance Landforms such as hills, valleys, plains, river basins and wetlands include different resource generating areas that the people living in them depend on. If land is/


BACK INDEX NEXT North West South East Central. BACKINDEXNEXT Taj Mahal is one of the seven man-made wonder’s of the world.The entire north India from.

Ganges called the Ganga, from the Deccan Plateau which occupies much of the peninsula of India. The South Indias coastal plains are backed by the mountains rimming the wedge of the Deccan plateau. On these plains lie the best beaches in South India. On the rimming mountains, the western and eastern Ghats are the tea, coffee and spice lands. The South Indias coastal plains are backed by the mountains rimming the wedge/


SUSTAINABLE AND DISASTER RESILIENT URBAN DEVELOPMENT

Mangalore, Chennai, Kochi and Trivandrum. Seismic zonation and intensity map of India-2002 FACTORS RESPONSIBLE OF EARTHQUAKE RELATED DISASTERS Location of cities/towns in seismic areas, especially on poorly consolidated soils,/ of Zoning regulations and Building Bye-Laws is needed in flood prone areas. In Master Plans, the Flood plains /m Maximum Storm Surge in meters for each coastal District Coastal State Tamil Nadu ,Puducherry, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, West Bengal, Andaman & /


Ancient India.

out from a continent Contains 1 ½ million square miles Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka Less than 1/3 is arable (fertile) What are the three major zones of the Indian Subcontinent? The well-watered northern plain The dry triangular Deccan Plateau The coastal plains on either side of the Deccan Northern Plain Lies just south of the mountains Very fertile Watered by the Indus, Ganges, and/


Chapter 8 Southern Europe.   Southern Europe is located between 35° and 45° north of the equator.   The area is sometimes called Mediterranean  

cover more than three-fourths of Italy and Greece.  Most people in Italy live in mountain valleys or coastal plains.  The western plains of Italy’s Tyrrhenian coast are good for farming. Southern Europe  In the south, the plains used to be swampy and marshy/1300s and 1400s, Italian ships sailed this sea Southern Europe  Merchants brought silks and spices overland from India and China to the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea.  Then Italian ships carried them to Italy and sold them in cities like /


Chapter 3 Early Civilizations in India and China.

subcontinent is a large landmass that juts out from a continent. Early Civilizations in India and China  Regions- The Indian region is divided into three zones.  A) Well-watered northern plain  B) Dry triangular Deccan  C) Coastal plains on either side of the Deccan Early Civilizations in India and China India’s Northern Plain is watered by the Ganges and the Brahmaputra rivers. These rivers carry melted snow/


Geography and Climate of India Chapter 7 Sections 1 and 2.

several Regions: – Himalayas- Northern Mountains Extremely high elevations Cooler Climate – Indo-Ganges Plains- Northern Plains Made up of Rivers (Indus and Ganges) which flow down into central India from the Himalayas Climate ideal for farming because of rivers, but dry – Deccan Plateau-South Central India Area between the Western and Eastern Ghats Extremely Dry – Coastal Plains-Extreme south and southwest, northeast Areas along the coast with tropical climates/


Aim: How did environmental conditions shape life in India ? Do Now: Document 6 – Answer in notebooks 1) How does the author compare India to Mesopotamia.

Ganges and Indus – rise in the mountains and drain Indo-Gangetic Plain Regions South of the I-G Plain is the Deccan Plateau, bordered by the Eastern and Western Ghats Regions Narrow coastal plains lie along the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal Regions The peoples of these coastal plains became sea traders Monsoons Seasonal winds that dominate India’s climate. From October to February, they blow dry air/


 Diverse Place  Many different cultures and languages spread throughout the region  Coastal plains, Mountains Rivers, Dry Hilly Interior  Himalayan.

Used Buddhist Ideals  Hospitals for Citizens and their Pets  Maintained Roads w/ rest stops  Buddhist Missions Ancient India War and Peace  Buddha and Asoka Buddha and Asoka  Candra Gupta (No Relation)  Reclaims old Mauryan/Deeds  Vedas  Religious Writings  Bhagavad Vita  Sermon of Krishna, Hinduism  Diverse Place  Many different ____________ and ______________ spread throughout the region  Coastal Plains, ________________, _____________, Dry Hilly Interior  Himalayan Mountains  /


Subject: Geography For Class: IX Part-I Climatic Diversity of India Part-II Factors Affecting Climate of India Part-III Part-IV Rhythm of Seasons Distribution.

OF MONSOON Rhythm of Seasons DISTRIBUTION OF RAINFALL > 200cm 100-200cm 50-100 cm < 50cm ►The variability of rainfall is computed with the help of the following formula: C.V.= Standard Deviation/ Mean * 100 ►Variability of less than 25% exist in Western coasts, Western Ghats, northeastern peninsula, eastern plain of the Ganga, northern India/ INDIAIndia has long coast line and rise of sea level will submerge large area. ►A population of 7.1 million living in coastal areas will be affected. ►Production of /


DESIGN OF PLAIN JOINTED RIGID PAVEMENTS FOR HIGHWAYS Bipin Padhy.

) Jointing Practices II. Basics of PCC Pavement Pavement Types Basic Components of Concrete Pavement Design Methods Pavement Types Load transfer in pavements Rigid pavement Flexible pavement Types of Rigid Pavements 1. Joint Plain Concrete Pavements (JPCP) 1. /slab Concrete Strength Flexural strength Modulus of elasticity Poisson’s ratio Coefficient of thermal expansion Fatigue behaviour of concrete Explaining the factors- Axle load Characteristics Legal axle load limits in India Single Axle Load: 10.2 /


United States of America. Flag Flag Flag Great Seal.

above or below China. The ranking varies depending on how two territories disputed by China and India are counted and how the total size of the United States is measured: calculations range from 3,676,486 square miles (9,522,055/300 m) in Colorado. The coastal plain of the Atlantic seaboard gives way further inland to deciduous forests and the rolling hills of the Piedmont. The Appalachian Mountains divide the eastern seaboard from the Great Lakes and the grasslands of the Midwest. The Mississippi– Missouri/


Southwest Asia. Landforms Divide the Region Southwest Asia is mostly desert Southwest Asia is mostly desert The land ranges from coastal plains to snow.

from coastal plains to snow peak mountains The land ranges from coastal plains to snow peak mountains Forms a land bridge between Asia, Africa and Europe Forms a land bridge between Asia, Africa and Europe The region is situated on the edge of a / ports where goods were exchanged between Europe and East Asia (China and India) Other cities were ports where goods were exchanged between Europe and East Asia (China and India) Nomadic desert dwellers called Bedouins moved across the peninsula from oasis to /


Classical India. Ajanta Caves Buddhist Stupa Buddhist Stupa.

India called the Indus- Ganges Plain. Monsoons (winds) – Winter (October to May) – Summer (June to September) – Problems Monsoons (winds) – Winter (October to May) – Summer (June to September) – Problems Effect of Geography India open to influences from the early civilizations of the Middle East and the Mediterranean India open to influences from the early civilizations of/ Tamils coastal rim separated from the rest of the country by mountains and the Deccan plateau coastal rim separated from the rest of the/


ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AIR POLLUTION. Air Pollution  Air –Necessary for Existence –Colorless, odorless mixture of gases –Quality of air varies in different.

. Then storms and ocean currents and eventually reach coastal waters could circulate them. Thermal Discharges  Power plants and industry use large quantities of water for cooling purposes. Used coolant water is usually/India.  Every single river in India be it the Ganga, Yamuna, Cauvery or the Krishna have their own share of problems due to pollution. Waters from the Ganga and the Yamuna are drawn for irrigation through the network of canals as soon as these rivers reach the plains reducing the amount of/


Which of the following will encompass the largest number of speakers?

desert oases of Saudi Arabia None of the above is correct. The coastal plain near Tel Aviv 06-08 As a result of the 1967 war, Israel captured which strategically important territory? The coastal plain near Tel Aviv The east bank of the Jordan /sees the “untouchables” as closest to enlightenment. 06-09 The caste system in India places Shudras at the top of the hierarchy. was created by the Aryan invaders of India. does not affect how individual Hindus practice the religion. is enforced by official government/


Ancient India and China Indus and Huang He River Systems.

. The subcontinent is divided into three major zones: northern plain, Deccan, and coastal plains. The rivers of India, particularly the Ganges, are considered sacred. Where is the Indus Valley located? Mohenjo- Daro Great Bath of Mohenjo-Daro Ancient India and China Mrs. Sanchez World History The subcontinent is divided into three major zones: northern plain, Deccan, and coastal plains. The rivers of India, particularly the Ganges, are considered sacred. What was the/


Early Civilizations of India and Pakistan

subcontinent is divided into three major zones: the fertile Gangetic Plain in the north, the dry Deccan plateau, and the coastal plains on either side of the Deccan The Gangetic Plain lies just south of the Himalayas The Gangetic Plain lies just south of the Himalayas. This fertile region is watered by mighty rivers: the Indus, which gives India its name, the Ganges (gan jeez), and the Brahmaputra (brah/


October 27, 2014 Regions of North America Warm Up: List the states you have visited and tell me which one you like the best and why?

Overview of United States Worlds third-largest country by size (after Russia and Canada) 3 rd largest population (after China and India) = 310,232,863 (July 2010 est.) How many states? –50 What type of Government /possible. -new farm equipment Possible Threats: - Decreases in soil moisture and water availability South and Atlantic Coastal Plain The South – Atlantic Coastal Plain Physical Geography of the South Mountains –Appalachian Mountains Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, N. Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia, W. /


Crisis of a Blue Planet Freshwater on Earth is dwindling away too fast….

wastes. As currently designed, India’s sewer system is actually a pathogen-dispersal system. It takes a small quantity of contaminated material and use it to make vast quantities of groundwater unfit for human use, often simply discharging it into nearby rivers or streams Contaminant Flow Sewage contamination Salt Water Intrusion One consequence of overpumping in coastal regions is the encroachment of saline seawater into fresh/


India Sub Continental Region. Introduction South Asia comprises of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan India is roughly triangular.

Earthquakes – Mt Everest (8,850m) is in Himalayas Indus-Ganges Plain – Half of pop live in this lowland plain – Drained by 3 rivers Ganges, Indus and Brahmaputra – Fertile Alluvial floodplains led to high population density – Rivers often flood especially in summer due to Monsoon and melting mountain snow Southern Plateau; Peninsular India – plateau’s, coastal plains and Mountains Deccan Plateau – 300m to 800m high, slopes from/


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Chapter 3 Ancient India and China. Geography of India India is a peninsula India is a peninsula Is a subcontinent Is a subcontinent 2 mountain ranges.

Kush Oceans to the east, west & south Oceans to the east, west & south Geography of India Regions of India Regions of India Well watered plain in the north Well watered plain in the north Deccan Plateau in the center Deccan Plateau in the center Coastal plains on either side of the Deccan Plateau Coastal plains on either side of the Deccan Plateau Mountain passes through the Hindu Kush did allow migrating and invading people/


Early Civilizations of Pakistan/India Chapter 3.1.

Features Define Regions The Indian subcontinent is divided into three major zones: The fertile Gangetic Plain in the north The dry Deccan plateau The coastal plains on either side of the Deccan. The Gangetic Plain lies just south of the Himalayas. It is watered by mighty rivers; the Indus, which gives India its name, the Ganges, and the Brahmaputra. These rivers carry melting snow from the mountains/


Introduction to North America and Regions of USA Regions of North America Warm Up: List the states you have visited and tell me which one you like the.

Overview of United States Worlds third-largest country by size (after Russia and Canada) 3 rd largest population (after China and India) = 310,232,863 (July 2010 est.) How many states? –50 What type of Government /possible. -new farm equipment Possible Threats: - Decreases in soil moisture and water availability South and Atlantic Coastal Plain The South – Atlantic Coastal Plain Physical Geography of the South Mountains –Appalachian Mountains Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, N. Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia, W. /


Climate Change and India

, Brazil Climate Change and India The setting Climate change Actions Institutional Arrangement Major Climate Change Activities Adaptation and Development The Setting Occupies 2.4% (3.28 million sq. km of the worlds land area but support 16.2% (more than 1 billion) of the worlds human population Diverse physiographic features - Himalayas, Coastal areas, northern plains, peninsular plateau and islands Dominating feature of climate is the Monsoon/


Indus Valley Civilization Introduction

the trade through the Greater Rann of Kutch (Gujarat, India). Several smaller towns, rural villages, mining, trading and coastal settlements have also been excavated in both Pakistan and western India. Environment and Subsistence These settlements are/ fertile plains of Gujarat in western India. The Indus river itself began to change its course, resulting in destructive floods. Certain distinguishing hallmarks of the Indus civilization disappeared. Others, such as writing and weights, or aspects of Indus/


Status of climate change/variability studies and potential impacts of climate change/variability on national and regional agriculture, rangelands, forestry.

return period for extreme precipitation events and the possibility of more frequent flash floods in parts of India Nepal, and Bangladesh. No significant change is found in the number and intensity of monsoon depressions (which are largely responsible for the observed interannual variability of rainfall in the central plains of India) in the Bay of Bengal in a warmer climate. Impact of climate variability and change on agriculture Boreal Asia/


Adapted with permission from Chowgule Koster presentation by Class X - 1 - Contents India ST. PETER’S SCHOOL Panchgani-412805, Satara District, Maharashtra,

. Adapted with permission from Chowgule Koster presentation by Class X - 3 - Snowcapped Himalayas Kanyakumari at the coastal tip Beaches along the coast Deserts of the west Fertile plains of Central & Eastern India Waterfalls in the hilly coastal ranges India‘s geography – the world in microcosm The 3.3million sq. km of India’s land covers every climate - from the snowcapped Himalayas in the north to palm-fringed beaches along/


Exam Topics Related to India

by intensive subsistence rice farming Another are of high population density is along the narrow coastal plains of the Eastern and Western Ghats The region has intensive rice farming and commercial farming of Tea, Coconuts and Cotton There are lots of plantations of these cash crops so density is loqwer here than in the river valleys India - Population The main cities of Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai have very high population/


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southwest through the Assam Valley as Brahmaputra and south through Bangladesh as the Jamuna (not to be mistaken with Yamuna of India). There it merges with the Ganges to form a vast delta. About 1,800 miles (2,900 km) long/ and lower plains are broad and fertile areas, well suited for cultivation. The Narmada basin mainly consists of black soils. The coastal plains in Gujarat are composed of alluvial clays with a layer of black soils on the surface. The valley experiences extremes of hydro-meteorological /


Questions to Review With New York Regents. Which statement best explains why most of the population of the people’s Republic of China live in the eastern.

and steppes of Russia are both described as vast grassy plains. Areas of Africa and parts of Siberia in Russia are often said to be gems-in-the-rough because they have 1 extensive tracts of permanently frozen land 2 well-developed coastal fishing industries/China learn calligraphy in school 4 the Caste system is an important part of life in India Correct Answer Number: 2 Explanation: Cultural diffusion refers to the sharing of ideas between different societies. Since rock music was pioneered in the United /


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Overview of United States Worlds third-largest country by size (after Russia and Canada) 3 rd largest population (after China and India) = 310,232,863 (July 2010 est.) How many states? –50 What type of /South and Atlantic Coastal Plain The South – Atlantic Coastal Plain Physical Geography of the South Mountains –Appalachian Mountains –Ozark Mountains Bodies Of Water –Mississippi River Atlantic Coastal Plain Gulf Coastal Plain Unique Features –The Everglades Swamp –Louisiana Bayou Climate of the South Mostly/


CHAPTER -4 BIODIVERSITY AND ITS CONSERVATION. BIODIVERSITY  Biodiversity is the variety of life on earth and its myriad of processes.  It includes all.

from temperate forests to coastal wetlands. Almost all the biogeographical regions of the world are represented here in India. With a mere 2.4% of the total land area of the world, the known biodiversity of India contributes 8.22% of the known global biodiversity. India is one of the twelve mega-diversity nations of the world accounting for 7.31% of the global faunal and 10.88% of the global floral total/


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