Land Use types Total Geographical area 3287263 sq km Arable land 51 %. 10 to 40 % canopy density Source: Environmental Information system, Database WII India Forest Cover Distribution in India. Area. FSI, 2009. Growing stock in India State of forests, FSI 2009. g4g4 gg545 g. By: erjveruivbevb. Protected areas in India, 2011. Trends in PA,s India Source: Environmental Information system.
Forests can exist from the equator to near the polar regions, but different climates have different kinds of forests. In cold climates conifers dominate, but in temperate zone and tropical climates forests are mainly made up of flowering plants. Different rainfall also makes different kinds of forest. No forests exist in deserts, just a few trees in places where their roots can get at some.
There are many different types of rainforest, and the technical definitions for the various types are complex. However, below you can find a basic guide to the main types of rainforest found around the world. Lowland forest. This type of forest is found at elevations of up to approximately 1000 metres within the tropical belt. Due to the high rainfall and constant warm temperatures, they.Tropical forests or rainforests are one of the oldest types of vegetation forests that still exist on the earth. These forests have an ability of absorb a large quality of carbon dioxide and are providing a bulk quantity of oxygen to humans for ages. On a rough scale, almost 50% forests of the world are tropical and subtropical in nature. Mangrove Forests are also comes under tropical forests.Exploring the Different Types of Forests. Share on Facebook 17 Share on Twitter 0 Share on Pinterest 1 Share via email. Posted By Kiri Rowan. Last Updated on Mar 29, 2019. Forests cover approximately one-third of the earth’s land surface and are home to 80 percent of the world’s terrestrial species of plants, insects, and animals. There are three major forest zones, although each of these.
The names are divided into separate types. The first 2 names are names to do with the type of trees in the forest. The next 2 names are names that describe the forest in some form, like the appearance or the use of the forest. The fifth and sixth name are names which are all about the animals in that forest, and for which those forests are known. The last four names are actual names, but they.Read More
The fishermen used different types of fishing in Nigeria. The most common ones among others are: Hooks and Lines or Rod and Line; Nets (Cast and Throw Nets, Gill Nets, Seine Nets, Lift Nets, scooping net, clap net) Spears (Harpoons) Gourds; Fishing Cages; Baskets; Pots; Fishing spears; Fishing trap EVALUATION 1. Explain the following risk factors in water and fish farming. (i) Accidental.Read More
These forests are found in the areas receiving heavy rainfall (more than 200 cm annual rainfall). They are very dense. Even the sunlight does not reach the ground. Numerous species of trees are found in these forests. In some regions, some types of trees shed their leaves at different times of the year. Therefore, these forests always appear green and are known as evergreen forests.Read More
Types of Forests Tropical rain forests Hugely dense, lush forest with canopies preventing sunlight from getting to the floor of the forest. All year high temperatures and abundant rainfall. Located near the equator. A vital storehouse of biodiversity, sustaining millions of different animals, birds, algae and fish species. Sub-tropical forests Located at the south and north of the tropical.Read More
Descriptive Essay 2 Forests Introduction A forest can be termed as an area that is dominated by trees as well as other woody plants. The world consists of different forests that range from the tropical forests to the so-called dense sub-polar taiga. Many organisms exist in these forests, such as various animal species and different plant species. A forest can be termed as a complex, ever.Read More
Types of Forests in India vary depending upon environment, climate, soil quality, topography and altitude. These factors are responsible for natural diversity in forests.Evidently, India has a diverse range of forests: from the rainforest of Kerala in the south to the alpine pastures of Ladakh in the north, from the deserts of Rajasthan in the west to the evergreen forests in the north-east.Read More
In the following essay, I will explore the wide array of differences and perception of music due to the diverse environment they are made in. In Papua New Guinea, it can be said that music of the Kalulis share a close connection with their rainforest. This relationship between music and ecology is important and the never ending dense soundscape play a major role in the daily lives of the.Read More
Types of Forests Tropical rainforests Hugely dense, lush forest with canopies preventing sunlight from getting to the floor of the forest. All year high temperatures and abundant rainfall. Located near the equator. A vital storehouse of biodiversity, sustaining millions of different animals, birds, algae and fish species. Sub-tropical forests Located in the south and north of the tropical.Read More
The following types of forests are found in India which cover nearly 17 per cent of the total area of Indian territory. The relative extents of different types of forests in India are presented in the following Table 11.1. I. Tropical forest: A great majority of the forests found in India are of this type. Tropical forests are of two types: ADVERTISEMENTS: (A) Tropical moist forests. (B.Read More
The type of forest depends upon the amount of rainfall. Forests can be classified into the following five types: 1. Evergreen Forests: These forests, found in the hot and wet regions of our country, are very dense. The trees have hard wood, grow very close to each other and never shed their leaves fully, and so are always green. Evergreen.Read More