Soil conservation is the process where_____________.
Few soil conservation methods include:
i) Graduated terrace steps which are commonly used for farming on hilly or mountainous terrain. Terraced fields decrease both erosion and surface runoff.
ii) Windbreaks: Row of trees or a fence, wall, or screen that provides shelter or soil protection from the wind.
iii) Conservation tillage is a method of preparing soil from getting eroded. This technique involves leaving the previous year’s crop residues until the next crop is planted.
Which type of soil develops due to high temperature and evaporation?
The main reason for land degradation in Uttar Pradesh is__________.
In which of the following regions gully erosion is found commonly?
Soil conservation is best achieved by_____.
Which one of the following crops is the most effective in controlling soil erosion?
In the ocean,water moves horizontally over vast areas due to _________________.
Which of the following method is used in the Western and Central Himalayas for soil conservation?
________determines thickness of soil profile.
By which year is India anticipated to suffer from an absolute scarcity of water resources?
"It is the study of the interaction of the living organisms with the physical, chemical and
biological environment".The study is known as_____.
Choose the correct option to complete the sentences given below: Which one is not the Atmosphere layer?
Layers of the atmosphere: The atmosphere is comprised of layers based on temperature. These layers are the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, and thermosphere. A further region at about 500 km above the Earth's surface is called the exosphere.
Which of the following region faces water scarcity even after receiving high annual rainfall?
What is India's rank in the world concerning the amount of water available per person per year?
Which water body separates Australia from New Zealand?