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Which soil is largely found in the Deccan plateau? CBSE-geography-class-81 AnswerTick the correct answers. (a) The mountains differ from the hills in terms of (i) elevation (ii) slope (iii) aspect (b) Glaciers are found in (i) the mountains (ii) the plains (iii) the plateaus (c) The Deccan Plateau is located in (i) Kenya (ii) Australia (iii) India (d) The river Yangtze flows in (i) South America (ii) Australia (iii) China (e) An important mountain range of Europe is (i) the Andes (ii) the Alps (iii) the Rockies (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)1 AnswerHow is Mountain soil (Forest soil) formed? Mention any four characteristics of forest soil. -CBSE Geography1 Answer Tick the correct answers. (a) The world’s highest rainfall occurs in (i) Mumbai (ii) Asansol (iii) Mawsynram (b) Mangrove forests can thrive in (i) saline water (ii) fresh water (iii) polluted water (c) Mahogany and rosewood trees are found in (i) mangrove forests (ii) tropical deciduous forests (iii) tropical evergreen forests (d) Wild goats and snow leopards are found in (i) Himalayan region (ii) Peninsular region (iii) Gir forests (e) During the south west monsoon period, the moisture laden winds blow from (i) land to sea (ii) sea to land (iii) plateau to plains (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)1 AnswerWhy has the ‘Chhotanagpur Plateau Region’ the maximum concentration of iron and steel industries? Analyse the reasons. - CBSE Geography1 AnswerWhat is the difference between a mountain and a plateau? (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)1 AnswerMention any four characteristics of black soil.- CBSE Geography1 AnswerHow is red soil formed? Mention its three characteristics. -CBSE Geography1 AnswerWhich soil is well known for its capacity to hold moisture? Give reason. - CBSE Geography1 AnswerExplain the major factors which are responsible for the formation of soil. -CBSE Geography1 AnswerExplain any four proper farming techniques which can be used for soil conservation. -CBSE Geography1 AnswerWhat steps can be taken to control soil erosion in the hilly areas?- CBSE Geography1 AnswerHumus content of the laterite soil is very low. Explain by giving two reasons. -CBSE Geography1 AnswerCompare the east-flowing and the west-flowing rivers of the Peninsular Plateau. - CBSE Geography Class 9 NCERT Solutions1 AnswerAnswer the following questions briefly: Which plateau lies between the Aravali and the Vindhyan ranges? - CBSE Geography Class 9 NCERT Solutions1 AnswerWhich are the major physiographic divisions of India? Contrast the relief of the Himalayan region with that of the Peninsular plateau. - CBSE Geography Class 9 NCERT Solutions1 Answer"Effective customer services largely decides the success of the bank"Explain--annamalai university-2011-Banking & insurance0 AnswerWhich are the two main climatic factors responsible for soil formation? CBSE-geography-class-81 AnswerThe field capacity of a certain soil is 126 and its specific gravity is 142 If the moisture content of present in the soil before irrigation is 82 .How deep the soil profile will be welted with an application of 50mm of irrigation water?0 AnswerName the different types of vegetation found in India. (CBSE SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS 6)1 Answer