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Bomb Cyclone

What is a Bomb Cyclone? A bomb cyclone often referred to as a bombogenesis or a meteorological bomb, is a quickly strengthening winter storm that usually develops in the middle latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere during the winter. A minimum...

Solar Flare

A magnetic storm that resembles a bright spot on the Sun created a gaseous surface eruption and was caused by magnetic anomalies. Solar flares are explosions that result from the strong magnetic fields present in the active regions that...

Black Water: Benefits and Uses

Black water is a new concept that has become increasingly popular. 70% of our body is water, it is essential for our very survival. It is part of our bodily fluids like blood, saliva, etc. Water is important for...

Types of Water

Drinking water is essential for maintaining good health and well-being. It is important to stay hydrated by drinking water throughout the day, as water is involved in many of the body’s vital functions, such as digestion, temperature regulation, and...

Superlatives of the world

Facts on the biggest, largest, longest, and smallest are not just interesting, but also are commonly asked in competitive exams. Read our list of superlatives of the world. Longest in the World  1Longest DayJune 21 (in Northern Hemisphere)2 ...

Coral Reefs Bleaching

About Coral Bleaching Also Read Coral Reefs Coral bleaching occurs when coral polyps expel algae that live inside their tissues. Normally, coral polyps live in an endosymbiotic relationship with these algae, which are crucial for the health of the coral and the...

Coral Reefs

About coral reefs Coral reefs are created by millions of tiny polyps forming large carbonate structures. Coral reefs are the largest living structure on the planet, and the only living structure to be visible from space. Corals are found across the...

Arid Landforms: Erosional and Depositional

Arid Landforms and Cycle of Erosion Arid regions are regions with scanty rainfall. Deserts and Semi-arid regions fall under arid landforms. Erosional Arid Landforms Water Eroded Arid Landforms Rill In hill slope geomorphology, a rill is a narrow and shallow channel cut into soil by the...

Marine Landforms: Erosional and Depositional

Marine Landforms or Coastal Landforms Erosional Landforms: Chasms, Wave-Cut Platform, Sea Cliff, Sea Caves, Sea Arches, Stacks/Skarries/Chimney Rock, Blow Holes or Spouting Horns etc..Depositional Landforms: Beach, Bar, Barrier, Spit and Hook, Tombolos etc..Coastlines: Coastline of Emergence, Coastline of Submergence, Neutral coastline, Compound coastline...

Karst Landforms: Erosional and Depositional

Karst Topography Karst is a landscape which is underlain by limestone which has been eroded by dissolution, producing towers, fissures, sinkholes, etc.It is so named after a province of Yugoslavia on the Adriatic sea coast where such formations are most noticeable.Karst topography...

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