Essay On Mumbai Monsoon Essays and Term Papers

  • India

    heavily populated coast including its major port cities of Mumbai, Chennai, and Kolkata where hundreds of millions of people live. Moment: In India there is massive rural to urban migra¬tion towards metropolitan cities like Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai etc to seek employment and better their economic...

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  • The Joys of Traffic

    bus would soon catch up and they would onboard it again. Consistent efforts over a period of a few years would pay off by creating a green patch in Mumbai to be proud of. This would significantly contribute to the environmental agenda of the organization. 2. Another group of employees would visit...

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  • Letters

    or to migrate, and plants to be dormant. India In the Hindu calendar, there are six seasons or Ritu: Vasanta (Spring), Greeshma (Summer), Varsha (Monsoon) and Sharad (Autumn), Hemanta (pre-hibernal), Shishira (Winter). The six seasons are ascribed to two months each of the twelve months in the Hindu...

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  • An Analysis of the first Advance Estimate of Kharif Crop Production in 2012-13.

    production in 2012-13. he prospects for agricultural production in the first year 2012-13 of the Twelfth Plan are not bright because of a delayed monsoon and then breaks in-between. The government has fixed a kharif foodgrains production target of 129 million tonnes (mt) for 2012-13 which is slightly...

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  • Trekking on Hills

    |Essay about trekking? | [pic]The love of nature & the pursuit of the unknown have eternally drawn man to shed the comfort and security of this home to venture beyond the blue ranges on the horizon and to discover new valleys, forests, rivers and high...

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  • Five Important Types of Natural Daster

    Essay on the Five Important Types of Natural Disaster * A natural disaster is any natural phenomenon which causes such widespread human material or environmental losses that the stricken community cannot recover without external assistance. Examples include earthquakes, cyclones, storms, floods...

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  • Ornamental Fishing in India

    London Zoological Gardens at Regents Park in 1853, fish keeping as a hobby reached a new level of interest. In 1856, German Emil Robmaber wrote an essay, Sea in a Glass," introducing fish keeping as a hobby to the public. This hobby required specialized equipment and attention at this point, reserving...

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  • Leading Indicators of Indian Economics

    cent a year ago. Real GDP originating from the ‘agricultural and allied activities’ benefited from the positive impact of the near normal South-West monsoon. Overall, the economy thus recorded a real GDP growth of 8.1 per cent in the first half of 2005-06, one percentage point higher than a year ago. ...

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  • Essay on Monsoon

    Monsoon Onset dates and prevailing wind currents of the southwest summer and northeast winter monsoons. Regional variation in rainfall across India. The monsoon season delivers four-fifths of the country's precipitation. The southwest summer monsoon, a four-month period when massive convective...

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  • Monsoon cripples life in Mumbai

    Heavy rains continued to lash Mumbai and coastal Maharashtra for the second consecutive day Monday, disrupting normal life in the region, officials said. Many parts of the city and suburbs have been waterlogged and some areas were flooded Monday morning, hampering smooth movement of people and vehicles...

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  • People Problemb and Major Crisis Affected Areas

    Due to not so great monsoon this year water level in almost major 6 lakes (Major water supply source) in Mumbai is below the mark, Only 3 of those 6 major lakes overflowed this year and so the announcement of 15 percent water cut in Mumbai by BMC. Daily requirement of water in city is about 4300 million...

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  • Paper

    YEARS 1971 – 2008. Yogesh V. Pathak , S.A. Regional Meteorological Centre, Technical Section, Mumbai. ABSTRACT : An attempt has been made to study the variability of Rainfall during SW Monsoon season ( June to September ) for the period of 38 years from 1971 to 2008 over Santacruz. Variation...

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  • Three Men in a Boat

    India have a monsoon type of climate? (iii) Which part of India does experience the highest diurnal range of temperature and why? (iv) Which winds account for rainfall along the Malabar Coast? (v) What are jet streams and how do they affect the climate of India? (vi) Define monsoons. What do you...

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  • About My Hometown

    and brought up in Mumbai. It is located in the state of Maharashtra, on the west coast of India. It was previously known as Bombay. The word Mumbai is derived from the word Mumba which is the name of goddess Kali. There is a big temple of Goddess Mumbadevi in south Mumbai. Mumbai is financial and commercial...

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  • Environmental Studies

    POLLUTANTS 2. EFFECTS OF POLLUTANTS ON PLANTS, ANIMALS, HUMANS AND ENVIRONMENT * PICTURES OF THE FIELD VISIT 1. GIR FOREST 2. LOCAL MUMBAI AREA GIR FOREST (VISIT TO FOREST) * LOCATION- The Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (also known as Sasan-Gir) is situated...

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  • Paper

    SAVE THE MANGROVES! With the monsoons around the corner, it is a matter of concern to save the mangroves in Kandivali     Mangroves are buffers between the land and the sea. Coastlines throughout the world are facing serious problems of coastal erosion and threat of rising sea levels due to global...

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  • Mumbai

    CITY ANALYSIS MUMBAI Mumbai formerly called Bombay, is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the most populous city in India, and the second most populous city in the world, with a population of approximately 14 million. Along with the neighbouring urban areas, including the...

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  • Measures to Be Taken to Save River Mithi

    Introduction (pg. 1) The Mythic River is a river in Falsetto Island, the island of the city of Mumbai. It is a confluence of tail water discharges of Powai and Vihar lakes. The river is seasonal and rises during the monsoons. The overflowing lakes also contribute to the river flow which is stopped by a dam in...

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  • Assignment

    GEOGRAPHY Assignment no. :-4 POINTS TO REMEMBER: PART 1 • Break or burst of monsoon: The sudden approach of moisture laden winds associated with violent thunder and lightening. • Equable climate: one which is neither too hot in summer...

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  • Impact of Urbanisation

    densely populated regions of the world (Fig. 2). 9000 8000 70°E 80°E 90°E 0 Km 1,000 ¯ 30°N 30°N Delhi Kanpur Kolkata Nagpur Mumbai Ganga Basin 0 - 50 51 - 100 101 - 250 251 - 500 1,001 - 122,755 WORLD Population (millions) 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 1965 1970...

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