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
Choose the correct option by identifying the correct correlation in the sentence:
Water or snow enters the cracks in the rocks and makes it weak. When the glacier passes on these rocks, it pulls the rocks at the bottom along with it. This process is called ________.
Complete the table:
|Agents||Erosional landforms||Depositional landforms|
|3) Sea waves|
Look at the figure below and answer the questions:
- What features are formed in the upper course of the river? What processes will play an important role?
- Can you mark the location where a waterfall may formed?
- Why is there a change in slope from A to B? How will it influence the flow of the river?
- Which human activities can be conducted in the region around A and B?
- In which area will the process of deposition overtake erosion?
- Alluvial fans and deltas are both features formed due to deposition but at different locations. Identify their regions of formation and the reason behind their different locations.
Answer in detail:
Which agents of erosion can you see on the cover page of the textbook? Which landforms can you see there? Write the process of the formation of anyone.
Study the figure given below and answer the following questions.
- Which rocks are mainly found here?
- Identify the spot where the stream disappears.
- Which major erosional process works in this area?
- Identify the landforms formed by deposition.
- Why do depositional landforms not form on the surface in areas of Karst terrain?