Clouds Formation and Types of Clouds

CLOUDS FORMATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF CLOUDS This article will clearly explain about Clouds and Classification of clouds. CLOUD Clouds/clouds are defined as aggregates of several tiny water droplets, ice particles or a mixture of both in the air generally much above the ground surface. Not all clouds produce precipitation, but precipitation will not occur without the formation of a …

Plains and Types of Plains

Plains and Types of Plains This article will clearly explains about Plains and Different types of plains Plains Plain is extensive, relatively level area of land. It exhibits gentle slopes and small local relief. It occupies slightly more than one-third of the land surface. Plains are found on all continents except Antarctica. Some are tree-covered …

Indus Valley Civilization – Ancient India

Indus  Valley Civilization (2500 BC – 1500 BC) From the beginning  of the 4th  millennium  BC, the individuality  of the early village  cultures  began to be replaced by a more homogenous style of existence. By the middle of the 3rd  millennium, a uniform culture had developed at settlements spread across nearly 500,000 square miles, including parts …

The Prehistoric Period – Ancient India

The Prehistoric  Period The prehistoric period in the history of mankind can roughly be dated from 200000 BC to about 3500-2500 BC when the first civilizations began to take shape. The history of India is no exception. The first modern human beings or the Homo sapiens set foot on the Indian subcontinent anywhere between 200000 …

Plateaus and Types of Plateaus

Plateaus and Its Types This article clearly explains about the Plateaus, Types of Plateaus and Famous Plateaus of the world. Plateaus The term plateau is applied to any fairly flat high land region a tableland or elevated tract of comparatively flat or level land, the surface of which may be uniformly levelled or have broad …

Mountains and different types of Mountains

Mountains and Types of Mountains Mountains are significant relief features of the second order on the Earth’s surface. Generally, the mountains are more than 1000 m high. The mountains, whose height is less than 1000 m, called hills. Cordillera includes a general highland formed in a different period and by different processes. Orogeny The word …