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Chapter 8 - India (Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife)
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India-Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife

Dr Swasti Sinha
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thank you for the basic knowledge ma'am..lots of love
its most useful for me because this video completely in English i dont know hindi hope really other video's pls post in complete english.Looking forward to other viedos.
its really awesome mam...thankyou so much and wanna more videos
Dr Swasti Sinha
2 years ago
Thanku @cannybruce I will be making more such videos
thnxx.. for this cource. .. well summarised in short time
Dr Swasti Sinha
2 years ago
Thanku @manishmehta
  1. CHAPTER-8 INDIA-CLIMATE, VEGETATION AND WILDLIFE PRESENTED BY Dr. SWASTI SINHA


  2. WEATHER MAJOR SEASONS OF THE EARTH 1. Cold season 2. Hot season 3. Southwest monsoon season 4. Season of retreating monsoon


  3. COLD WEATHER SEASON Cool, dry winds blowing from north to south Temperature is quite low in north Sun rays not falling directly in north HOT WEATHER SEASON Sun rays directly fall in north Temperature very high Hot and dry winds called loo .


  4. SOUTHWEST MONSOON SEASON Onset and advance of monsoon Winds from Arabian sea and Bay of Bengal towards land Wind strike mountains rainfall RETREATING MONSOON . Winds moving back from mainland to Bay of Bengal Southern parts of India receive rainfall in this season.


  5. CLIMATE Monsoon type Affected by location, altitude, distance from sea and relief . Mawsynram in Meghalaya worlds highest Rainfall


  6. NATURAL VEGETATION Bushes, shrubs and trees .5 types of natural vegetation 1. Tropical rainforest 2. Tropical deciduous forest 3. Thorny bushes 4. Mountain vegetation 5. Mangrove forest


  7. TROPICAL RAINFOREST . Areas having heavy rainfall Sunlight doesn't reach the ground Evergreen forests Mahogany, Ebony, Rosewood Andaman and Nicobar, North-Eastern States, and a narrow strip of Western slope of Western Ghats.


  8. TROPICAL DECIDUOUS FOREST Monsoon forest Less dense . Shed leaves at a particular time of year . Sal, Teak, Peepal, Neem, Sheesham o Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, and in parts of Maharashtra.


  9. SAL SHEESHAM LEAVES


  10. THORNY BUSHES In dry areas of country Cactus, Khair, Babool, Keekar Ghats and Gujarat. .Leaves are in form of spines . Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Eastern slopes of Western


  11. BABOOLTHORNS WILD KEEKAR LEAVES AND FRUITS


  12. MOUNTAIN VEGETATION Variation in height:s Wide range of species found in mountains Temperature falls with increase in heights conical trees Chir, Pine and Deodar.


  13. DEODAR TREE


  14. WHY ARE FORESTS NECESSARY? Oxygen from plants . Soil binding Commercial uses-timber, fodder, medicinal plants, herbs, lac, honey, gum, fruits, rubber, shelter etc. Natural habitat of wildlife . Van mahotsava


  15. COBRA KRAIT


  16. SNOW LEOPARD WILD GOAT


  17. MIGRATORY BIRDS Pelican, Siberian Crane, Stork, Flamingo, Pintail Duck, Curlew SIBERIAN CRANE FLAMINGO PINTAIL DUCK


  18. CURLEW PELICAN