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Objective .This course will complete the remaining three chapters (12th ncert) part by part included in the portion of topic ENVIRONMENT' important for GS section of UPSC exam. The main objective is to explain the concepts as simply as possible, to clear the basics, especially focuses on beginners, and tries to generate an interest among viewers by being more creative. Source 12th ncert
Target audience UPSC aspirants .SSC .CDS Railway etc.
Biodiversity conservation Ex situ (off site) conservation V In situ (on site) conservation Conservation and maintenance of samples of living organisms outside Conservation and maintenance of samples living organisms outsidee their natural habitat their natural habitat Conservtion and protection of the whole ecosystem, leads to protection of its biodiversity at all levels Objective to meet the solutions for the urgent requirements, where in an animal or plant is endangered or threatened and needs urgent measures to save it from extinction
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in S TU A marine park is a type of marine protected area (MPA). serv An MPA is a section of the ocean where a areas government has placed limits on humancomprising 2. National parks activity. 3. Marine parks Marine parks are 4. Biosphere rese allowing different types of activities. terrestrial, marine and coastal ecosystems. multiple-use MPAs, meaning they have different zones Each reserve promotes solutions reconciling the conservation of hiodiversity with its Marine parks usually allow recreational activities, such as boating, snorkeling, and sport fishing Most marine parks also include zones for commercial fishing, sometimes called open zones They may also include no-take zones, which prohibit extractive activities, such
in S TU Marine parks eat Barrier Reef Marine Park in Aus gos Marine Park or Chagos Archipelago NORTH QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA ,7.1 Chagos Archipelago
Gulf of Mannar Marine Nationa.l Park, Tamil nadu UNESCO SRI L Rani Jhansi Marine National Park, Andaman and Nicobar Isl do NDLA Middle Andaman South Andaman Havelock bland Malvan Marine Wildlife Sanctuary, Malvan Taluka of Sindhudurg district in Konkan region of Maharashtra.
Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, Western Ghats and Nilgiri Hi South India UNESCO Sundarbans, Estuaries of River UNESC Ganges and Rive Cate BAN INDIA
UNESCO Uttarakhand Nanda Devi Biosphere, Nor of Uttarakhand. Nanda Devi Nokrek National Park, West Hills, Meghalaya UNESCO IT A Pachmari Biosphere Reserve, Satpura Range, Madhya Pradesh Shilong MEGHALAYA UNESCO
asthyamalai Biosphere Reserve, Kerala and Tamilnadu UNESCO eat Nicobar Biosphere Reserve, Great N INESCO khangchendzonga national pa SIKKIM Location Hap NES WEST ENGAL
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Pillai Sruthi P Kumar
I am a botany graduate from Ramnarain Ruia college, Mumbai university. Currently, a civil service aspirant. I am passionate about teaching.