51 The Secret of the Himalayas: Ecology, Climate, And Geology

Himalayas Mountain

The Himalayas(In Fact) The Himalayas, or Himalayas (Hima “snow”, aa-laya “dwelling”, “dwelling”), are a mountain range in Asia that separates the plains of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau. The mountain range contains some of the highest peaks on the planet, including the tallest, Mount Everest. More than 100 peaks above 7,200 meters (23,600 … Read more

50 What is Mountain, Different Mysterious Mountain Systems exists on the Earth

What is Mountain

What is Mountain? A mountain is an elevated portion of the earth’s crust, ordinarily with steep sides that demonstrate a significantly exposed cornerstone. A mountain differs from a plateau in a limited summit area and is larger than a hill, which usually rises at least 300 meters (1,000 ft) above the surrounding land. Some mountains have individual … Read more

40 Landslides: Movement of Big Rocks, Sediments


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

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

31 Plate Tectonic

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Introduction: Plate Tectonic It is known that the earth’s crust must have about 35 km of the dense rock layer, which varies from about 5 km in the oceans to 70-80 km in the mountainous regions of the Alps, And the Himalayas. Plate Tectonic Movements are still frequently proved by earthquakes on the oceans and … Read more

Theory of Continental Drift

Theory of Continental Drift The concept of drifting the continent was proposed by Antonio snider (French geographer) in 1858. The hypothesis of continental drift was prepared by Taylor in 1910. Alfred Wegener proposed the theory of continental drift in 1912. In the continental drift theory, Wegener proposed the first full-scale scientific theory which describes the … Read more