In the last two posts, we have discussed the Ganges River system and the Yamuna River system. In this post, we will understand the Indus River system. It’s political, economic and geographical importance as it is a transboundary river. So, let’s start our journey to the Indus river. First of all, we will discuss its …

Oceanography is the science of seas. It is the study of dynamics and thermodynamics of existing water bodies on earth. As we know, there are five oceans on the planet earth, namely the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Arctic Ocean and Antarctica Ocean (Southern Ocean). The oceans cover around 71% of the total area …

In the previous posts, we have studied Ganges River System, Yamuna River System and Indus River System. So, in this post, we will study the one more Himalayan river ie, Brahmaputra River System. Origin and Flow In India, Brahmaputra flows mainly in two states, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. Though this river is a transboundary river, …

North-East states are the most scenic and culturally rich region of India. In this post, we will discuss China’s impact on this region and India Government’s steps for the development of the North-East. The river of North-East So, in the previous post, we have read left and right bank tributaries of river Brahmaputra. As of …

In the previous post, we have dealt with the basic terminology related to the Oceanography. In this post, we will divide Oceans on the following basis like, Penetration of Sun Rays, Bioproductivity, Ecological Division and Morphological Division So, let’s start our discussion. For the deep study of Oceanography, one needs to classify the Ocean on …

In the previous post, we have read regionalisation of the Oceans, on the following basis, Penetration of Sun Rays and Based on Bioproductivity. Now, in this post, we will study the other two classifications, based on, Ecological Division of Oceans or Depth wise division and Morphological Division or Structure of the Oceans Basin. Ecological Division …

Salinity is the most significant feature of Ocean Water. It helps us to determine the other physical properties like temperature, density, thermal conductivity and compressibility. In the previous post, we have discussed the Regionalization of the Oceans. So, now we will understand the physical features of the oceans. Salinity refers to the total amount of …

Salinity Distribution!!! In the previous post, we have discussed, Salinity and Factors affecting salinity. So, here we will discuss salinity distribution in the following respect, Hemispherical Distribution, Latitudinal Distribution and Salinity distribution along with the depth of the ocean. Salinity Distribution: Reasoned Account Hemispherical The northern hemisphere has lower salinity (34.5) than the southern hemisphere …

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