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Exogenetic Forces: Geography for UPSC CSE/IAS Preparation
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In this chapter, Venkatesh talks about forces responsible for crustal formation. He explains the mechanism, nature of exogenetic forces.

Venkatesh Emani
Loves teaching...Faculty of Geography and economy for competitive exams

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plzz include diagrams for better understanding????
The way of you revising..all that stuffs after explain is amazingly helps me...Thank you..gud job
Thanks for explaining so nicely.But i have one confusion, as you have described Exogenetic Forces as a destructive kind of Force,but during the process of erosion, this even creates land forms of different magnitude.So can you term Exogenetic force as both constructive and destructive based on the agent of Exogenetic forces?
sir please make uniformity in oration
  1. Course: Geomorphology Presented by Venkatesh Emani

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  3. EXOGENETIC FORCES These are external forces originating from the earth's atmosphere There objective is to destroy the relief features on the earth's surface - Hence these are called as denudational processes or destructional processes They act through weathering , erosional and depositional activities

  4. EXOGENETIC FORCES Different climatic regions have different exogenic processes. Temperature and precipitaiton are two important climatic elements that control the various processes - They bring changes in the landforms by external agents like water, air, glacier, sea wave and underground These erosional processes erode the rocks, transport the eroded materials and deposit them in certain places In the process they create different erosional and depositional landforms of different magnitude.