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According to the Planning Commission of India, there are 15 agro-climatic zones in India. These agro-climatic regions are delineated on the bases of agro-climatic features. For instance, soil type, temperature, topography, cropping and farming system and water resources. The following are the important agro-climatic zones of India. North-Western Mountainous region North-East region Sutlej-Yamuna Plains region Upper Ganga Plains region Middle Ganga Plains region Lower Ganga Plains etc. India, Dravidian Languages, India Facts, Asia Map, Economic Geography, Region 10, India Map, Northeast Region, General Knowledge

According to the Planning Commission of India, there are 15 agro-climatic zones in India. These agro-climatic regions are delineated on the bases of agro-climatic features. For instance, soil type, temperature, topography, cropping and farming system and water resources. The following are the important agro-climatic zones of India. North-Western Mountainous region North-East region Sutlej-Yamuna Plains region Upper Ganga Plains region Middle Ganga Plains region Lower Ganga Plains etc.

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Broadly speaking, India has a tropical monsoon climate. However, there are many regional variations in the elements of the climate in India. For instance, rainfall, temperature, humidity, wind velocity, etc. Out of these climatic elements, geographers gave more importance to rainfall pattern than the temperature. India, Climate Warming, South Asia, India World Map, Indian History Facts, World Geography, Weather And Climate, India Map, Geology

Broadly speaking, India has a tropical monsoon climate. However, there are many regional variations in the elements of the climate in India. For instance, rainfall, temperature, humidity, wind velocity, etc. Out of these climatic elements, geographers gave more importance to rainfall pattern than the temperature.

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Class 11 Geography Notes Chapter 12 World Climate and Climate Change - Learn CBSE  #Class11GeographyNotesChapter12 #Class11Notes English Grammar, Life Hacks, Climate Change, India, Geography Revision, Geography Lessons, English Vocabulary Words, English Vocabulary, Basic Geography

Class 11 Geography Notes Chapter 12 World Climate and Climate Change Three broad approaches have been adopted for classifying climate. They are empirical, genetic and applied. Koeppen identified a close relationship between the distribution of vegetation and climate. He selected certain values of temperature and precipitation and related them to the distribution of vegetation and […]

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