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Agro climatic Zones of India

Agro climatic Zones

Agro climatic Zones of India: The planning commission during VII plan (1985-90) divided the country into 15 broad agro-climatic zones based on physiographic and climate. The emphasis was given to the development of resources and their optimum utilization in a suitable manner within the framework of resources constraints and potentials of each region. …

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Cyclone And Anticyclone

  A cyclone is a storm or system of winds that rotates around a center of low atmospheric pressure. An anticyclone is a system of winds that rotates around a center of high atmospheric pressure. Distinctive weather patterns tend to be associated with both cyclones and anticyclones. Cyclones (commonly known …

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Atmospheric weather veriables

Atmospheric weather veriables

weather is the state of the atmosphere. Most weather occurs in the troposphere, or the lowest layer of the atmosphere. Weather is made up of multiple parameters, including air temperature, atmospheric (barometric) pressure, humidity, precipitation, solar radiation and wind. Each of these factors can be measured to define typical weather …

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EVS basic-2

EVS

Typhoid is due to: Salmonella typhae Most important process of photoreaction in atmosphere is: photosynthesis Which parameter is important in methane emission:  pH Golden langur and Chinkara deer are example of: endangered species Which state has two biosphere reserve: Assam Commensalism = one benefited(+) & other has no effect(0) Byssinosis …

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EVS basics -1

EVS

Ozone layer is mainly found in the lower stratospheric layer, more appropriately 25 km height from the ground Troposphere and stratosphere contain 99 % of the total mass of the atmosphere World agriculture started about – 10,000 years back Indian agriculture started about – 6000 years back First biosphere reserve …

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