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
- Is this small rise a big concern?
- Effects of global warming
- Heat Waves
- Heat Islands
- Increase in sea level
- Melting of glaciers at high altitudes and snow in polar areas
- Other effects
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The graph in the figure shows the difference between the global average temperature of the twentieth century and global monthly temperatures from 1985 to 2015. Answer the questions given below:
- In which year is the difference the least?
- What is the difference between the mean temperatures of the twentieth century and temperature in 2015?
- Why do the temperatures differ in different months?
Look at the graph in the figure and answer the following questions:
- What does the graph show?
- In which year is the change around 225 mm?
- What conclusions can you draw by seeing the graph?
- What correlation can be seen between this graph and the graph of rising temperatures?
Look at the following graph. Answer the following question.
- Which of these gases has the highest contribution?
- Which of these gases come from natural and man-made sources?
- Which activities are responsible for their emission?
- Out of these, whose emissions can be controlled by humans?
Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions
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