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Apurbo Satapathy

Jul 2, 2015

What is net sown area? Which areas of India has more net sown area?

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Net sown area refers to the area sown more than once in an agricultural year. The states of plain regions like Punjab and Haryana have more percentage of net so...

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Harleen Kaur

Jun 10, 2014

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Shivendra

Jun 6, 2015

Difference between national and international resources?

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the difference between national and international resources is all the resources within the boundaries of a country are called national resources.exampl...

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Atharva Mangrole

Apr 20, 2015

Define Resources and give some examples.

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EVERY THING FOUND IN OUR ENVIRONMENT WHICH CAN BE USED TO FULFILL OUR NEEDS PROVIDED IT IS TECNOLOGICALLY ACCESSIBLE , ECONOMICALLY FEASIBE AND CULTURAL...

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Naman Aggarwal

Jun 10, 2015

what are international resources?

These are resources which regulate by international institutions which regulate some resources . The oceanic resources beyond 200 nautical miles of the exclusive economic zone beyond to open ocean and no ind...

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BAISHALI Rath

Apr 15, 2015

What are the different types of soil are found in India ?
Give examples of the crops for each soil type.

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Alluvial Soils

These soils are formed by the deposition of sediments brought by rivers.

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Param Burad

Jul 3, 2015

Distinguish between sheet erosion and gully erosion.

Gully erosion takes place on the steep slopes of the hills. When there is a heavy downpour of rain the soil is removed by water flowing along definite paths down the slope in channel . Sheet erosion during heav...

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Reena Pandeti

Jun 18, 2014

what is sustainable development?

development that takes place without harming the environment and should not affect the needs of future generation

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Adheeti Agarwal

May 19, 2015

What are continuous and flow resources?
Please give the difference with defination and examples in detail.

It is a resource that can be used and replenished at the same time . It does not remain in one location and moves about because of natural actions in the physical environment

 

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Riya Sunil

Apr 29, 2015

Explain the land use pattern in India
Why has the land under forest not increased much since 1960-61 ?

Answer.

About 45% of land is used as net sown area, i.e. for farming.
About 22% of the land is under forest and the rest of the land is used for various purposes like housing, recreation a...

Answer (2)

Apurbo Satapathy

Jul 2, 2015

What is net sown area? Which areas of India has more net sown area?

Answer.

Net sown area refers to the area sown more than once in an agricultural year. The states of plain regions like Punjab and Haryana have more percentage of net so...

Answer (4)

Harleen Kaur

Jun 10, 2014

Pls anser it for 3 marker

This answer has an image. Please click on the question to read more.

Answer (3)

Shivendra

Jun 6, 2015

Difference between national and international resources?

Answer.


the difference between national and international resources is all the resources within the boundaries of a country are called national resources.exampl...

Answer (3)

Atharva Mangrole

Apr 20, 2015

Define Resources and give some examples.

Answer.


EVERY THING FOUND IN OUR ENVIRONMENT WHICH CAN BE USED TO FULFILL OUR NEEDS PROVIDED IT IS TECNOLOGICALLY ACCESSIBLE , ECONOMICALLY FEASIBE AND CULTURAL...

Answer (3)

Naman Aggarwal

Jun 10, 2015

what are international resources?

These are resources which regulate by international institutions which regulate some resources . The oceanic resources beyond 200 nautical miles of the exclusive economic zone beyond to open ocean and no ind...

Answer (4)

BAISHALI Rath

Apr 15, 2015

What are the different types of soil are found in India ?
Give examples of the crops for each soil type.

Answer.

Alluvial Soils

These soils are formed by the deposition of sediments brought by rivers.

Answer (2)

Param Burad

Jul 3, 2015

Distinguish between sheet erosion and gully erosion.

Gully erosion takes place on the steep slopes of the hills. When there is a heavy downpour of rain the soil is removed by water flowing along definite paths down the slope in channel . Sheet erosion during heav...

Answer (3)

Reena Pandeti

Jun 18, 2014

what is sustainable development?

development that takes place without harming the environment and should not affect the needs of future generation

Answer (2)

Adheeti Agarwal

May 19, 2015

What are continuous and flow resources?
Please give the difference with defination and examples in detail.

It is a resource that can be used and replenished at the same time . It does not remain in one location and moves about because of natural actions in the physical environment

 

Answer (4)

Riya Sunil

Apr 29, 2015

Explain the land use pattern in India
Why has the land under forest not increased much since 1960-61 ?

Answer.

About 45% of land is used as net sown area, i.e. for farming.
About 22% of the land is under forest and the rest of the land is used for various purposes like housing, recreation a...

Answer (2)

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