41 Atmospheric circulation: General Concepts, Wind System, and Global Atmospheric circulation.

Atmospheric circulation

General Introduction: Atmospheric circulation, the general circulation of the Earth, and the flow of air are used to refer to the movement of air in the area around high and low-pressure systems. According to Strahler, 97% of the earth’s atmosphere found at the height of 29km but the limit of atmospheric height goes at the … Read more

40 Landslides: Movement of Big Rocks, Sediments

Landslides

General Introduction: Landslides are defined as the movement of large rocks, sediments, or landslides. Landslides are a form of “mass destruction,” which means the subjugation of land or rock by gravity. The term “race” includes five types of slope: fall, surface, slides, spreads, and moves. These are the subdivisions of other soils (paths, seeds, or … Read more

39 Biodiversity Hotspot “Concept, World Distribution Needs for the Biodiversity Hotspot and Threats to Biodiversity”

Biodiversity Hotspot0

Introduction to Biodiversity Hotspot: – A biodiversity hotspot is a biogeographic region that is both a significant reservoir of biodiversity and is threatened with destruction. The diversity of plant and animal species in a given ecosystem is referred to as biodiversity. In 1988, British biologist Norman Myers coined the word “biodiversity hotspot” to describe a … Read more

38 What is Tsunami, “Cases, Distribution of Tsunami Prone Region and Prevention Majors have taken during Tsunami” (Before, during, and after)

Tsunami

Introduction: The word “tsunami” is borrowed from the Japanese tsunami 波 t, meaning “harbor wave”.A tsunami is a set of waves caused by the displacement of a set of waves in a body of water into an ocean or large lake. Earthquakes below the surface of the water, volcanic eruptions, and other underwater explosions (including … Read more

37 Indian Ocean (3rd Largest ocean) “Introduction, Marginal Seas, Geology, Bottom relief features, Surface Features, climatic condition, Hydrological Condition, Economic aspects”.

Indian Ocean

Introduction:- The Indian Ocean, a body of saltwater, accounts for about one-fifth of the total area of ​​the world’s oceans. It is the smallest in the region, the smallest in geology, and the most complex in physics of the three oceans in the world. With an area of ​​3,340,000 square miles, it extends to more … Read more

36 Earthquakes “Types, relative theories, different types of waves, Major zones of earthquake and prevention taken earthquake disaster situation”.

Earthquakes Readings

Introduction: Earthquakes are the result of crustal structure plates or plates moving through the Earth’s crust. Tensile stress is generated at the boundary of the slip plate, and an earthquake occurs when the fault line is destroyed. In an earthquake, elastic breaking energy is released and waves continue to shake the earth. Scientists can predict … Read more

35 Uttarakhand Flash Flood: UNESCO World Heritage Nanda Devi National Glacier

Nanda Devi Glacier

Introduction: Uttarakhand Flash Flood 7th February in 2021, in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, about 300 km east of Dehradun triggering a massive avalanche and a flash flood, The scene of a disaster that occurred in Uttarakhand was one of the biggest devastations by the flash flood. Site of the UNESCO World Heritage Nanda Devi National Park … Read more

34 Plastic Pollution: Analysis of the Profound Effects of Plastic Growing

Plastic Pollution

Introduction: Plastic Pollution Plastic pollution is widespread. Throw enough plastic to bypass the soil four times a year. Plastics are harmful to human health due to the chemicals used in their manufacture. These chemicals are used to change the properties of plastics. Toxins are exposed to air or water, such as fish, or in direct … Read more

33 Forest Fire: Threatened the region’s biodiversity and Environment

Forest Fire

General Introduction: Forest Fire The most common danger in the forest is fire. Forest fires are as old as forests. They pose a threat not only to forest resources but to the entire governance system and have seriously threatened the region’s biodiversity, the environment, and the environment. In summer, when it is not raining for … Read more

32 Insects Ostracism:- Does the Earth Environment lose 1-2% of insects due to climate change?

Insects Ostracism1

Introduction of Insects Ostracism:– Insects can be found almost anywhere imaginable. The size, shape, color, biology, and history of their lives are diverse, so it makes the study of insects interesting. Insects are essential to the world food chain and help eliminate waste. In agriculture, insects help to consolidate the grasses of the environment. Insects … Read more