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Final Countdown for IAS Prelims 2014 Day: 36

[...] channel. Their separation could be due to subsidence of some part of the land or to a rise in sea level, so that the lowland links are submerged by the sea. Their former connection with the [...]

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[...] shelves. Many regard the continental shelf as part of the continent submerged due to a rise in sea level, e.g. at the close of the Ice Age, when the ice in the temperate latitude melted and raised the [...]

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[...] rock pillars are eroded, leaving behind only the stumps which are only just visible above the sea level, e.g. those of the St. Kilda group, off the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. 4. Geos and gloups. The [...]

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[...] and dry. The annual rainfall for Kano, which is located at a height of 1,539 feet above sea level, 34 inches and is most entirely concentrated in the summer. But the amount varies from 48 [...]

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[...] latitudes in the southern hemisphere, high pressure of the corresponding latitudes in the northern hemisphere are a little complicated by the presence of much land. Some pressure difference between [...]

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[...] the summer, when the sun in overhead at the Tropic of Cancer, the great land masses of the northern hemisphere are heated. Central Asia, backed by the lofty Himalayan ranges, is more than 15degreeF. [...]

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[...] by an alternate hot, rainy season and cool, dry season, as illustrated. In the northern hemisphere, the hot, rainy season normally begins in May and lasts until September, as in Kano, [...]

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[...] less reliable than the Trade Winds, they result in a north-easterly flow of water in the northern hemisphere, so that the warm Gulf Stream is driven to the western coast of Europe as the North [...]

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[...] of the Sudan Type Rainfall. The Sudan type of climate is characterized by an alternate hot, rainy season and cool, dry season, as illustrated. In the northern hemisphere, the hot, rainy season [...]

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[...] the country to the delight of everybody. Almost all the rain for the year falls within this rainy season. For example in Bombay 19.9 inches are recorded in June, 24 inches in July, 14.5 inches in [...]

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1. What are the significance of a practical approach to sugarcane production known as ‘Sustainable Sugarcane Initiative? 1.) Seed cost is very low [...]

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The Hot Desert and Mid-Latitude Desert Climates Distribution Deserts are regions of scanty rainfall which may be hot like the hot deserts of the Sah [...]

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The Classification of Rocks The earth’s crust is made up of various types of rocks, differing from one another in texture, structure, colour, perme [...]

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The Distribution of Volcanoes in the World Volcanoes are located in a fairly clearly-defined pattern around the world, closely related to regions tha [...]

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Coastal Landforms The Action of Waves, Tides and Currents The coastline, under the constant action of the waves, tides and currents, is undergoing c [...]

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Islands and Coral Reefs An island is a piece of land surrounded on all sides by water. It may occur individually or in a group, in open oceans or sea [...]

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Rainfall Types of Rainfall. There are three major types of rainfall. 1. Convectional rainfall. This type of rainfall is most common in regions that [...]

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The Hot Desert and Mid-Latitude Desert Climates Distribution Deserts are regions of scanty rainfall which may be hot like the hot deserts of the Sah [...]

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[...] hemisphere, but they play a valuable role in carrying warm equatorial waters and winds to western coasts of temperate lands. This warming effect and other local pressure differences have resulted in [...]

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[...] that cools the warm surface water. This explains why coral reefs are generally absent on the western coasts of continents. On the other hand the warming effect of the warm currents, e.g. the Gulf [...]

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[...] of coast is also typical of the Pacific coast where the ranges are parallel to the coast e.g. western coasts of North and South America but there the coastline is more regular. Like the ria and fiord [...]

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[...] from the rain-bearing winds. The major jot deserts of the world are located on the western coasts of continents between latitudes 15degree and 30degreeN. and S. They include the Sahara [...]

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[...] upset by local conditions, e.g. Kota Bharu, Kelantan receives most of its rainfall from the North-East Monsoon at the end of the year and Rangoon, Burma, from the South-West Monsoon between June and [...]

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[...] seas remain comparatively warm. High pressure is created over Indo-Pakistan and the North-East Monsoon blows out from the continent into the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal. Fohn Wind or [...]

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[...] in the hot summer over most parts of India for example induces heated air to rise. The South-West Monsoon from the surrounding ocean is attracted by the low pressure over the land and blows in, [...]

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[...] rainfall from the North-East Monsoon at the end of the year and Rangoon, Burma, from the South-West Monsoon between June and September. As one goes further north and south of the equator, [...]

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[...] single afternoon may be as much as the deserts receive for the entire year! Besides the convectional rainfall, mountainous regions also experience much orographic or relief rain. In addition, there [...]

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[...] of species: mallee, mulga, spinifex grass and other bushes. Animal Life of the Savanna The savanna, particularly in Africa, is the home of wild animals. It is known as the ‘big game [...]

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Final Countdown for IAS Prelims 2014 Day: 36

[...] channel. Their separation could be due to subsidence of some part of the land or to a rise in sea level, so that the lowland links are submerged by the sea. Their former connection with the [...]

Final Countdown for IAS Prelims 2014 Day: 30

[...] shelves. Many regard the continental shelf as part of the continent submerged due to a rise in sea level, e.g. at the close of the Ice Age, when the ice in the temperate latitude melted and raised the [...]

Final Countdown for IAS Prelims 2014 Day: 35

[...] rock pillars are eroded, leaving behind only the stumps which are only just visible above the sea level, e.g. those of the St. Kilda group, off the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. 4. Geos and gloups. The [...]

Final Countdown for IAS Prelims 2014 Day: 33

[...] and dry. The annual rainfall for Kano, which is located at a height of 1,539 feet above sea level, 34 inches and is most entirely concentrated in the summer. But the amount varies from 48 [...]