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Asked by Harshitha K

Feb 5, 2015

"The Prairies are known as the granaries of the world " Give reason.


Scientific methods of cultivation and the use of tractors, harvesters and combines have made North America a surplus food producer. The Prairies are called the ...

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Asked by Sachi Gurung

Dec 1, 2014

The ocean currents are widely divided into warm and cold currents. why are they called so?what makes them warm and cold?


Ocean Currents that move warm water away from the Equator are called warm currents.
Warm currents have higher temperatures, so they are less dense than cold water.
Usually w...

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Asked by Shushanta Kumar

Jun 18, 2015

Distinguish between Aggradation & Degradation.

Aggradation: It is the levelling of earth surface which increses the height of the landforms.
Degradation: It is the levelling of earth surface which decreases the height of the landforms.

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Asked by Ritu chitti

Mar 23, 2015

What are the factors affecting the height of waves?

A wave is the constant rising and falling of water caused by winds blowing across the oceans.

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Asked by Gauri Tiwari

Jan 8, 2015

Ganga - Brahmaputra basin is the most thickly populated area of our country.Give four reasons with examples.


The Ganga- Brahmaputra basin is made up of the plains of Ganga and Brahmaputra, foothills of the Himalayas and the Sundarbans delta.
The area has monsoon climate with hot summers a...

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Asked by Keerthana Venkateswarlu

Dec 10, 2014

Give some examples of cold and warm currents

Some of the large warm currents are the Gulf Stream, the Somali Current and the Kuroshio.
The Peru Current is a wind-driven cold current that flows along the coast of South Americ...

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Asked by Sujay

Jul 20, 2014

what is ecosystem

Answer:-An ecosystem is a community of living organisms in conjunction with the nonliving components of their environment,...

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Asked by Gopal Bharadwaj

Feb 24, 2015

What are the examples of trees found in Tropical Evergreen forest ?

Some of the trees found in Indian Tropical Forests are rosewood, mahagony and ebony. Bamboos and reeds are also common.

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Asked by Gopal Bharadwaj

Feb 23, 2015

What are the examples for tropical evergreen forest ?

In India, evergreen forests are found on the eastern & western slopes of the Western ghats in States such as Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and maharastra. And also found in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghala...

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Asked by Shivam Singh Singh

Aug 28, 2014

which are the two gases make the bulk of atmosphere?

Nitrogen and Oxygen

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