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Consequences of drought
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This course includes important environmental conventions in simple language and in an easy way. It mainly concentrates on beginners to get them with their basics. It also aims to generate interest among the viewers on the topic and also learning with fun.

Pillai Sruthi P Kumar
Pursuing MSc (botany, Cytogenetics), Mumbai University. Youtuber#sruthipillai. Work as a Biofaculty @MtEducare (reputed institute) Mumbai

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mam pls explain in English mam.....I m from Tamilnadu and I can't able to understand Hindi...so pls mam...from next video...use English mam pls
  1. Pillai Sruthi P Kumar ' BSc. Botany (graduate) Graduate (Visharad) in Hindustani Classical Mu Trained Bharatnatyam Classical Dancer. A passionate speaker. . A civil service aspirant. Please do rate, review and recommend if you genuinely liked my video...it will definitely make a difference in my life... Follow me through unacademy app for future notifications...


  2. 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


  3. Target audience UPSC aspirants .SSC .CDS Railway etc.


  4. Other consequences of drought include - Epidemics Population displacement Complex emergencies Encourage use of drip and sprinkler irrigation that saves water Adopt cultivation of crops that us less water Rush water/ fodder through tankers to affected areas Use drought - resistant variety of Recharge underground springs by building mini and check - dams Restore traditional water- bodies like village tank, wells and underground storage tanks Teach how to harvest the meagre rain that falls in the drought - prone areas Involve local people in all the planning and execution of projects that would make the village self- sufficient in water. Encourage villagers to pool and share their knowledge on water management through tradition systems in vogue


  5. Earthquake These are the result of forces deep within the earths interior. Focus Earthquake woves spread Sudden break within the upper layers of the earth, sometimes breaking the surface, resulting in the vibration of the ground, which are strong enough will cause the collapse of buildings and destruction of life and property They strike with no early warning and can be devastating, but after a major one, aftershocks may be as strong as a new earthquake. Earthquakes usually happen along a fault plate, the border between plates.


  6. There was no warning whatsoever, as its difficult to pinpoint the exact location or time of an earthquake even with sensitive instruments A seismograph, or seismometer, is an instrument used to detect and record earthquakes. Generally, it consists of a mass attached to a fixed base. During an earthquake, the base moves and t mass does not. Foult Plane Heavy Mass (resists motion) Focus Papee moves i Pen Earthquake waves spread atrow) Earth Motion due to Earthquake


  7. Earthquake does not kill but a collapsed building does That is the lesson some of the earthquakes - prone countries like Japan have learnt over the years. For Japanese, having a earthquake is a normal occurrence and no one panics. Their buildings, bridges and roads are designed to stand severe earthquakes without much damage It is the design that makes the structures sway with earthquake rather than stand rigidly and


  8. Earthquakes often trigger landslides, tidal waves and tsunamis. Powerful aftershocks frequently occur, causing further damage and increasing psychological stresS


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