Weathering and Mass Wasting
Agents of Erosion
- Climatic Regions
- Classification of Climate and Identifying Climatic Regions (Natural Regions)
- Low-latitude Regions
- Equatorial Rainforests
- Tropical Monsoon Climate
- Tropical Savannah Type of Climate
- Tropical Deserts or Arid Type of Climate
- Mid-latitude Regions
- Mediterranean Climate
- China Type Climate or Humid Sub Tropical Climate
- Marine West European Type Climate
- High Latitudinal Regions
- Taiga or Sub-Arctic
- Tundra Climate
- Ice Sheet
- High-altitude Regions
- Highland or Mountain Type
Global Climate Change
Indian Ocean - Relief and Strategic Importance
- Indian Ocean Region
- Bottom Relief of Indian Ocean
- Continental Shelf
- Mid-oceanic Ridges
- Islands of Indian Ocean
- Ocean Basins
- Deeps and Trenches
- Distribution of Temperature and Salinity in Indian Oceans
- Indian Ocean Salinity
- Ocean Currents in Indian Ocean
- Importance of the Indian Ocean
- The Importance of Indian Ocean for India
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- What type of human activities will develop in the High-altitude regions?
- In what ways might high latitudes be different from high altitudes?
Read the graphs figure a and b and answer the following questions. Locate the places on the map:
- Which are the warmest and the coolest months?
- Name the months of highest and lowest precipitation.
- In what way do you find similarities in this climate with other climate types of high latitudes?
- Why are the axes showing temperatures different in both the graphs?
- What factors influence this type of climate?
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