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Cyclones - Climatology
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In this lesson, Bhanwar has explained the Cyclones, types of cyclones, formation of temperate cyclones and other related concepts.

Bhanwar Singh
Ex- National Defence Academy (115 Course) Cleared Civil Services Examination, 2012

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Your lessons are very helpful. Sir, Can we have a crash course on Indian Geography on the similar lines as this one?
Bhanwar Singh
3 years ago
It will be looked into by unacademy team. Thank you for your patience..
Kanchan Kumar
2 years ago
Please create a course on Indian geography. Will be helpful for mains
thank you sir /// very useful !@!@
my question is that how can space craft can be prevented from being damaged by inner belt of van Allen radiation belt
I have question that how space craft is prevented from being damaged by inner belt of van Allen radiation belt???
  1. CRASH COURSE-WORLD GEOGRAPHY Presented by - Bhanwar Singh Sirohi


  2. CLIMATOLOGY - CYCLONES


  3. ABOUT ME BA. (Hons) in Law from Awadh University I Defence Academy (115 Course) Cleared Civil Services Examination, 2012 Hobbies - Writing Poetry Course Fee Contribute Follow me on Unacademy at: https://unacademy.in/user/sirohib


  4. CYCLONE It is a low pressure area surrounded by high pressure area from all sides which is elliptical or circular in shape It assumes anti-clockwise direction in the Northern hemisphere and clockwise direction in the Southern hemisphere due to the effect of Coriolis force Cyclones are further classified into two types Temperate Cyclones a Tropical Cyclones


  5. TEMPERATE CYCLONES Because these cyclones originate and influences temperate region, hence are known as Temperate Cyclones Active throughout the year in Southern hemisphere but more active in winters in Northern hemisphere These cyclones are result of Front formation in mid latitude regions FRONTOGENESIS-The process associated with formation of new fronts or regeneration of decaying fronts already in existence FRONTOLYSIS-Process of destruction or dying of fronts


  6. FORMATION OF TEMPERATE CYCLONE (nid ai) asa) STAGe O FRONT rout cuoud a) STAGE 6 : LAST STAq FRONT STAQ


  7. TROPICAL CYCLONES The cyclones which develops in the regions lying between the tropics are called Tropical Cyclones They have speed of about 32 km per hour but hurricanes may attain speed of 180 km per hour or more a Drection ganeralys westerly up to 1'ldtitude from equaor, polewards between 15 to 60 latitudes They are known by different names 1. Hurricanes USA 2. Typhoon China 3. Willy Willy Australia 6. Cyclones India 4. Baguio Philippines 5. Taif Japan


  8. A CASE OF DIFFERENCE TEMPERATE CYCLONES Produced & develops both on land and sea, mainly in winter Isobars are usually V' shaped Travels West to East and occupies thousands of kilometers of area All sectors of cyclones have different temperatures Rainfall slow and continues for many days Derives its energy from the densities of air masses TROPICAL CYCLONES Produced & develop over the sea during summer Isobars are usually complete circle Travels East to West and limited to small area Temperature is equally distributed Rainfall is heavy and for short duration Derives its energy from latent of heat of condensation


  9. ANTI-CYCLONES It is high pressure area surrounded by low pressure areas on all sides The direction of winds is clockwise in Northern hemisphere and anti- clockwise in Southern hemisphere Isobars of anti-cyclones are more or less circular in shape but may assume V' shape sometime Associated with it is clear and rainless weather because of descending winds


  10. CYCLONES AND ANTI-CYCLONES NORTHERN HEMISPHERE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE CYCLONES ANTI-CYCLONES