Natural Vegetation India

The following are the principal types of natural vegetation in India: (1) Tropical Evergreen Rain Forests, (2) Deciduous or Monsoon Type of Forests, (3) Dry Deciduous Forests and Scrubs, (4) Semi- Desert and Desert Vegetations, (5) Tidal or Mangrove Forests and (6)...

The Tundra Region

The Tundra region occurs in the North Polar Region beyond the Arctic Circle. The Tundra is the name of a vegetation type characteristic of the region. The Tundra region lays pole ward of the Taiga or Coniferous Forest region. Beyond the Tundra region lies the area...

Climate of India

Introduction India is a tropical country with a Monsoon type of climate. The word ‘monsoon’ is derived from the Arabic word ‘Mausam’. It means season. It exercises a uniform influence throughout the country [Source]. The Controlling factors of Indian Climate...