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Gangetic Plain: terra incognita

Workshop, Gangetic Plain: Terra Incognita (1992 Lucknow, India)

Gangetic Plain: terra incognita

proceedings of the Workshop, Gangetic Plain: Terra Incognita

by Workshop, Gangetic Plain: Terra Incognita (1992 Lucknow, India)

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Published by The Dept. in Lucknow .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gangetic Plain (India and Bangladesh)
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Gangetic Plain (India and Bangladesh) -- Congresses.,
    • Geomorphology -- Gangetic Plain (India and Bangladesh) -- Congresses.,
    • Gangetic Plain (India and Bangladesh) -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementorganised by the Department of Geology, Lucknow University ; edited by Indra Bir Singh.
      ContributionsSingh, I. B., Lucknow University. Dept. of Geology.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE319.G35 W67 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 85 p. :
      Number of Pages85
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL321347M
      LC Control Number97902030

        [1] The aerosol direct radiative effects (DRE) in the ultraviolet, shortwave, and longwave range due to an unusual dust storm during 21 March have been quantified from surface measurements of aerosol optical depth (AOD) and radiation fluxes at Delhi, a western Indo Gangetic Plain station. The intrusion of dust over Delhi caused an increase in daily average AOD at nm .   Singh I.B., geological evolution of gangetic plain, published in Terra Incognita Tangri A.K., satellite remote sensing as a tool in deciphering the fluvial dynamics and applied aspects of Ganga plain, published in Terra Incognita

        NASA satellite data reveals how aerosol levels in India have dropped dramatically since Ma when the government imposed the world's largest . Background. Meloidogyne graminicola is one of the major biotic stresses in rice production. Reported losses to Meloidogyne vary with ranges of %; % % and % (mean 43 ± %) [].Approximately 57% of Indian rice is produced in the Indo- Gangetic plain, comprising nearly 12 million ha, which can be sub-divided on physiographic and bio-climatic considerations into four.

      Coal-fired power plants are densely located in the Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP) and are considered as one of the sources of atmospheric pollution in the IGP [18,19,20,21,22,23]. The coal-fired thermal power plants are one of the major energy sources in India, the density of these power plants are very high in the northern and south-east parts of. The Ethiopian Highlands is a rugged mass of mountains in Ethiopia, situated in northeast part of forms the largest continuous area of its elevation in the continent, with little of its surface falling below 1, m (4, ft), while the summits reach heights of up to 4, m (14, ft).


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Abstract The Indo-Gangetic Alluvial Plains (IGP) is among the most extensive fluvial plains of the world and cover several states of the northern, central and eastern parts of India.

The IGP. Clay mineral assemblages of a soil chrono-association comprising five fluvial surface members (QGH1 to QGH5) of the Indo-Gangetic Plains between the Ramganga and Rapti rivers, north-central India, demonstrate that pedogenic interstratified smectite–kaolin (Sm/K) can be considered as a potential indicator for paleoclimatic changes during the Holocene from arid to humid by:   Abstract The Indo-Gangetic Plains evolved as a consequence of filling up of a foredeep basin in front of the rising Siwalik Ranges.

Earlier, the Siwalik foredeep had come into existence due to the flexing down of Indian plate following the collision of India with Asia (Lyon-Caen and Molnar ).Author: K.

Valdiya. The River Ganga in the central Gangetic plain shows the incision of ∼20 m of Late Quaternary sediments that form a vast upland terrace (T2).

The incis Cited by: Get this from a library. Kushana clay art of Ganga Plains: a case study of human forms from Khairadih. [Vidula Jayaswal] -- Comprehensive account of the terracotta human figurines from Khairadih and from other contemporary sites in the Ganga Plains.

Books and Books Publishers, New. Delhi. Table 3. Role of climate on pedogenic processes. Period Climate Pedogenic processes and. Gangetic Plain: Terra Incognita. Lucknow University. The New World is one of the names used for the majority of Earth's Western Hemisphere, specifically the Americas.

The term gained prominence in the early 16th century, during the Age of Discovery, shortly after Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci concluded South America was a new continent, and subsequently published his findings in a pamphlet titled Mundus Novus.

Gangetic Plain: Terra Incognita.—1–14, Lucknow (Geology Department, Lucknow University) Google Scholar — (a): Late Quaternary sedimentation of Ganga Plain foreland basin. NASA reported significant years-low air pollution in Indo-Gangetic Plain amid lockdown; NASA reported significant years-low air pollution in Indo-Gangetic Plain amid lockdown As per the analysis, an optical depth or thickness of less than over the entire atmospheric vertical column shows a.

In Gangetic Plain: Terra Incognita (Ed. Singh, I.B.) Geology Department, Lucknow University, 1– Singh, I.B. () Geological Evolution of Ganga Plain - An Overview.

Radiocarbon ages of carbonate materials from Gangetic alluvium. In: Singh, I.B. (Ed.), Gangetic Plain: Terra Incognita. Geology Department, Lucknow University, pp. This book is a. The Gangetic Plain extends from the Delhi ridge in the west to the Rajmahal Hills in the east, declining gradually in height from m to less than m over a distance of about km.

Although the surface relief of the plain is very subdued, it is. In: Singh, I.B. (Ed.), Gangetic Plain: Terra Incognita. Geology Department, Lucknow University, Lucknow, pp. 35– Secondary calcium carbonate in soils of Arid and Semiarid Regimes of India. The present study addresses the influence of long-range transport from dust storm (event 1) and crop-residue burning (event 2) sources over Indo-Gange.

As shown in Fig. 4, satellite data from indicate that the northwestern Indo-Gangetic Plain (Punjab/Haryana) has a lower HCHO:NO 2 ratio than the eastern Indo-Gangetic Plain (e.g., UP/Bihar). Indeed, for most of the wheat-growing season, much of Punjab and Haryana is NOx-saturated (whereas both are NOx-sensitive during the rice growing season).

Abstract The assessment of direct radiative forcing due to atmospheric aerosols (ADRF) in the Indo Gangetic Plain (IGP), which is a food basket of south Asia, is important for measuring the effect of atmospheric aerosols on the terrestrial ecosystem and for assessing the effect of aerosols on crop production in the region.

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3 The Epic Age c– BC. FROM WEST TO EAST. W HILE TOILING in the two-thousand-kilometre patchwork of fields which is the Gangetic plain today, farmers have occasionally unearthed substantial hoards of copper implements and even copper bars. Associated with them at some sites are poorly fired and ‘unspeakably crude’ 1 bits of ochre-coloured pottery (OCP) which tend to disintegrate at.

Plains-Terra Incognita While the Indo-Gangetic interfan upper course of the Negro River at the entrenched meander belt of the Negro megafan compartment and in the unconfined plain.

"But I have never seen aerosol values so low in the Indo-Gangetic Plain at this time of year," added Gupta. Acting Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Alice G Wells tweeted, "These images from NASA were taken each spring starting in and show a year low in airborne particle levels over India.