There are many contributing factors that go into the formation of mountains. According to , Western Ghats are older than Himalayan mountains. During this season, the sun rays do not fall directly on India. They are mainly found in the Sunderbans in West Bengal and in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The city of Udaipur also lies on its southern slope.
Venomous reptiles, including cobras, daboias, and saltwater snakes, are especially numerous in India. An extension of Karakorum Range runs as Hindu-Kush in Afghanistan. Everest was named after Colonel Sir George Everest, a British surveyor who was based in India during the early-to-mid-nineteenth century. Crash isn't the best wordbecause it suggests something happening suddenly. Like most forests, they store vast amounts of carbon dioxide.
The moist forests transition to the drier , which lie in its rain shadow to the east. Phawngpui is the highest peak of Purvanchal Range situated in Manipur with an elevation of 2,157 m 7,077 ft. Trees grow faster in summer because of longer photoperiod. Oxygen is utilized by us for breathing. Thorny Bushes This type of vegetation is found in dry areas. The is Dhupgarh with an height of 1,350 m 4,429 ft in.
The southern ecologic regions are generally wetter and more species-rich. Most of the endemic odonate are closely associated with rivers and streams, while the non-endemics typically are. Four out of these, the Sunderbans in the West Bengal, Nanda Devi in Uttaranchal, the Gulf of Mannar in Tamil Nadu and the Nilgiris Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have been included in the world network of Biosphese reserves. These hills cover 160,000 km 2 62,000 sq mi and form the catchment area for complex riverine that drain almost 40% of India. It curves for about 2,410 km from northernmost India to northeastern India.
This forces one of the plates to go under the other, which results in some of the land being uplifted forced upward. The reptilian fauna also includes crocodiles. Ecology: While intimidating mountains like Everest and 2K tend to dominate our perceptions of the region, the Himalayas are rich in biodiversity. This range is not continuous and is lower in elevation when compared to the Western Ghats and runs through Indian states of West Bengal, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Of 334 species, 316 species have been reported from the.
These plants use most of their energy just for survival, and that's why it can take many years for them to put back enough energy to flower and produce seeds. The northern portion of the range is generally drier than the southern portion, and at lower elevations makes up the North Western Ghats moist deciduous forests ecoregion, with mostly deciduous forests made up predominantly of. For this reason most are perennials, which means that they live for many years, as does a tree, for example. After the altitude of 4000 mtr. Above 1,000 meters elevation are the cooler and wetter , whose evergreen forests are characterised by trees of family. By extension Himalaya Range also include the Karakoram, the Hindu Kush, and other lesser ranges.
These winds carry moisture with them. This region has moist Deciduous forests and Rain forests. Tropical evergreen forest, Tropical deciduous forest, Thorny bushes, Mountain vegetation and Mangrove forests Tropical Rain Forest Tropical rainforest is found in those areas which receive heavy rainfall. As concerns elevation, there is a well defined rate-of-cooling-of-the-Air as elevation increases - something like minus 6 degrees C per 1 kilometer of Rise. The Eastern Ghats: The Eastern Ghats is mountain range running in eastern part of Indian Peninsula parallel to the Bay of Bengal. When the young sapling reaches the height of the boulder, the high winds and harsh conditions keep it from growing anymore vertically.
Kangchenjunga and K10 Saltoro Kangri I are respective and Karakoram ranges in Indian territories. About 6% of land in India is barren and an additional 4. The is the newest addition to , located in Himachal Pradesh. This helps the plant to reduce loss of water. These complex and diverse eco-regions are interconnected: an ecological threat to one is ultimately a threat to many. Rivers: The Himalayas are the source for the Indus, the Yangtze and the Ganga-Brahmaputra. During the between June and September, the unbroken Western Ghats chain acts as a barrier to the moisture laden clouds.