69 Köppen Climate Classification: A Guide for Better Understanding Earth’s Climates

Köppen Climate Classification

Introduction: Köppen Climate Classification The Köppen climate classification system is widely used due to its simplicity and accurate representation of the relationship between climate, vegetation, and soil. However, physical scientists may prefer the Thornthwaite system, which provides more detailed information on moisture availability. This is particularly useful in applications such as agriculture, hydrology, and environmental … Read more

68 GIS Data Models:- Discovering New Insights From GIS Data Models

GIS Data Models

Introduction GIS, or Geographic Information Systems, is a technology that allows for the collection, storage, manipulation, and analysis of geographic data. One of the key components of GIS is the data model, which refers to the way that geographic information is organized and stored within the system. For a depth study about what is GIS … Read more

67 What are the different Image classification methods, how is a remote sensing Image classified and what is Land-Use and Land-Cover Classification Scheme?

Image Classification Method and Techniques

Introduction of Remote Sensing Remote sensing is a method of gathering earth’s information from a distance without coming physically in contact with it. Earth science students, researchers, and scientists investigate natural and man-made scenarios, collect data, and test hypotheses about these occurrences. For a better understanding of the concept of remote sensing visit our previous … Read more

66 Geography of South America: Important physical geography facts about South America

South America

Introduction The western margins of South America are rimmed by one of the world’s longest and highest mountain ranges, the Andes, a giant wall that extends unbroken from Tierra del Fuego near the continent’s southern tip in Chile to northeastern Venezuela in the far north as if to reaffirm the continent’s northward and eastward orientation. … Read more

65 Impact of Global Climate Change on Marine Ecosystem

Marine Ecosystem

Introduction: Marine Ecosystem The oceans encompass over 70% of the Earth’s surface, emphasizing their importance to the global environment. In addition to having a huge effect on global heat transfer and precipitation, the seas are home to a diverse range of marine creatures. Humans largely impact climate through emissions from fossil fuels, industrial, agricultural, and … Read more

64 What is Geographic Information System (GIS): The concept of GIS, why do we need the GIS and its components?

Geographic Information System

Introduction Most of the time, we use our geographic knowledge for everyday activities like figuring out a route in a new location or looking for the nearest diner. Spatial information has a more significant influence on our lives than we know since it helps us generate the food we eat, the energy we use, the … Read more

63 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle(UAV): Futuristic Technology of Remote Sensing

UAV

Introduction:- Drones are revolutionizing remote sensing and GIS applications. For example, a Drone can be used by a farmer to collect photographs of complete fields to gather insights into the state of his crop. The significant advantage of the UAV machines is that this can be done more quickly, easily, and cheaply compared to conventional … Read more

62 What is Desertification? Major Impact, Objective of WDCDD 2022, and what causes of a Drought and How Can We Quantify It?

World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought Quiz

What is Desertification? Desertification refers to the deterioration of land in arid, semi-arid, and dry sub-humid environments. It is mostly caused by human activity and climate variables. Desertification is not synonymous with the growth of existing deserts. Dryland ecosystems occupy more than one-third of the world’s land area and are especially vulnerable to overexploitation and … Read more

61 Geography of North America: Important Geographical Facts

Geography of North America

General introduction North America, which includes Greenland and the Caribbean islands, is the world’s third-biggest continent, covering 9,358,340 square miles (24,238,000 square kilometers). It is entirely located in the Northern Hemisphere. One of the most significant features of the North American mainland, which is wholly located on the North American tectonic plate (Plate Tectonic), is … Read more

60 What is Climate Change and its Dangerous Effects on Earth

Climate Change

What is Climate Change? Before starting the concept of climate change first we need to understand the term climate “It is the long-term average of weather incidents in a certain region. The climate of the Earth (Structure & Composition of the Atmosphere) is not constant. It has altered several times over billions of years due … Read more

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