Category: Geography

Geography is the study of places and the relationships between people and their environments. Geographers explore both the physical properties of Earth’s surface and the human societies spread across it.

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Global Warming – A Warning

What Is Global Warming When average temperature of the earth’s surface increases, it leads to global warming. The effect of greenhouse gases causes global warming. The greenhouse effect is caused by deforestation or the burning of fuel fossils leading to emissions of carbon dioxide and other kinds of greenhouse gases. Heat gets trapped instead being…

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Influence of inputs (natural and human) on the processes and outputs of small-scale subsistence farming

Compared to commercial farming, subsistence farming is much better in terms of the health and future of the human beings. It involves nearly total self sufficiency and you need not get into details of soil chemistry, fertilizing or irrigation. When the soil becomes infertile the farmers move into another land and clear the vegetation and…

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Hydrolysis, Carbonation and Oxidation – Consequences of Weathering

Hydrolysis, Carbonation and Oxidation – Consequences of Weathering Hydrolysis, Carbonation and Oxidation – Consequences of Weathering – The nature of rocks is not permanent; it keeps on changing constantly. Rocks are formed by the movement in the interior of the earth and produced by various processes. The changes in the nature of the rocks are…

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Banes of global warming

Lot is spoken about global warming and much is being done too. This is because earth becoming warm is definitely not a good sign. Before we go to the banes of global warming we need to know how the earth is getting warmer. This is because of the green house gases. These are gases, of…

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The Neolithic age

The Neolithic age The Neolithic Age ranges from 6000 BC to 1000 BC and is better known as the New Stone Age. In 1865, Sir John Lubbock first coined the term Neolithic. It is from the word ‘neos’ in Greek meaning new and lithos or stone that the term Neolithic has been derived. It was…

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