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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.
Cyclone A cyclone is a storm or system of winds that rotates about a centre of low atmosphere pressure. It advances at a speed of 30-20 kmph and often bringing heavy rain A hurricane is a tropical cyclone with wind speeds of 118 kmph or greater that occurs especially in the western Atlantic that is usually accompanied by rain, thunder, and lightning and sometimes moves in to temperate latitudes
Tornodo Tornado is a tropical thunde It has a violent, destructive accompanied by a funnel -s progresses, in a narrow path over the land. Typh Typhoo region of the Philippines or the China sea, in Indian suub- continent, a phenomenon that iIS associated with surge of wing and rain bearing clouds on to land goes by the name opical cyclone occuring in the
olent storms often break out in Central and Gulf Coast States1999 in Odisha wrought havoc of the USA in spring when waves of warm, moist air from the Gulf Of Mexico clash with invasions of cooler, dry air from property worth rupees the north and west. The super cyclone in October on the coastal districts of Odisha killing many hundreds of villagers and destroying hundreds of crores. It is significant that two -thirds Cyclones vary in their seveirity of fatalities are caused by only from mild, strong to super % of all the tornados. Torrential rains that sometimes accompany cyclones result in floods, overflowing tanks and rivers strong like the one that hit the Odisha coast. The gale force in super - cyclones can reach over 250 kms per hour, destroying and levelling whatever comes in their path - trees, houses, livestock and human beings
from ocuring, we can take steps to mitigate their destructive effects: Give time warning. This can save lines Every fishing boat that goes in to the open sea should have medium -wave radio, which helps in receiving warnings of an impending cyclone Rush people and livestock in the areas likely to be affected to cyclone shelters or higher ground First priority is to rescue stranded people Plan short-term and long term measures for rehabilitation of the victims Grow trees/ mangroves endemic to the region that could help in minimising the effect of the cyclones Strictly foolow coastal regulations and see that no habitat comes up in the prohibited areas
Type of disaster California Fires Time Affected area November 8 November 25 Northern and Southern California Hurricane Michael October 10, 2018 Florida Panhandle, Gulf Coast The Indonesia Earthquake And Tsunami September 28, 2018 The island of Sulawesi, mainly its central province, Palu Hurricane Florence started September 13 US East Coast, primary the Carolinas Super Typhoon week of Guam, the
Type of disaster The After-Effects Of Tropical Storm Lane Time Affected area Big Island of Hawaii started August 23, 2018 California Wildfires Active since July 23, 2018. All over the state, from Redding in Northern California to Riverside County in Southern California. Japan Flooding AndJuly Mudslides Southwestern Japan Mount Fuego Eruption June 3 Guatemala, namely the village of San Miguel Los Lotes Hawaii Mount Kilauea Eruption May 3
Type of disaster Time Affected area Subtropical Storm Alberto Southeastern United States, Florida Panhandle May 28 India Dust Storms May 2 March 31 March 2 Western and Northern India Fiji Areas most affected by the severe weather were between Massachusetts and Washington DC. The bomb cyclones also affected states within New England (Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Connecticut). Hela. Southern Cyclone Josie New England Bomb Cyclone Panua New Guinea February 26
Estimated Magnitude Earthquake Effects Number Each Year Usually not felt, but can be recorded by seismograph. Often felt, but only causes minor 30,000 damage. Slight damage to buildings and other structures. 2.5 or less 900,000 2.5 to 5.4 5.5 to 6.0 500 May cause a lot of damage in very 100 populated areas. 6.1 to 6.9
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.