Equatorial region



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  • PROJECT REPORTS:
  • A project on:
  • “EQUATORIAL REGION”
  • Project associate: Yashaswini . R
  • Under the guidance of : K.C.Vasundara,
  • Sudhir.S, Srinivas .V
  • BAPU COMPOSITE JUNIOR P.U COLLEGE
  • PROJECT AUTHORS:
  • Name: Yashaswini.R
  • Class: 9th “A”
  • School: Bapu Composite P U College
  • PROJECT PLAN :
  • “EQUATORIAL REGION”
  • We opted this topic to get more information about Equatorial region,its climate, its natural vegetation, its animal life, its economic importance etc…
  • PROJECT SUMMARY:
  • Equatorial region is one of the evergreen region. It is located between 5 north to 5 south. Rainfall is through out the year so there is luxuriant natural vegetation. Animal life matches the natural vegetation.Now this region is developing
  • OBJECTIVES:
  • To know more about equatorial region.
  • To acquire knowledge of its natural vegetation and animal life.
  • To have a complete analysis about the climate of equatorial region and its importance.
  • CONTENTS:
  • Meaning of Natural region.
  • Types of Major Natural Region.
  • Introduction to the topic.
  • Location.
  • Climate.
  • Natural vegetation.
  • Animal Life..
  • Economic Life & development.
  • EQUATORIAL REGION
  • MEANING OF NATURAL REGION:
  • A Natural region may be defined as an area of an earth throughout which similarities prevail in relief, climate, temperature, soil, rainfall, vegetation and human activities.
  • TYPES OF MAJOR NATURAL REGIONS:
  • Equatorial Regions.
  • Tropical Grassland Regions.
  • Tropical Monsoon Regions.
  • Hot desert Regions.
  • Mediterranean Regions.
  • Continental Cool Temperate Regions.
  • Temperate Grassland Regions.
  • Taiga Region.
  • Tundra or Polar Regions.
  • LOCATION : 5 North to 5 South of the equator.
  • PLACES : Amazon region,Congo basin and Guinea coast,Malaysia, Indonesia,Philippines.
  • CLIMATE:
  • The region has hot and wet climate because of its nearness to the equator and the sunrays are always vertical .
  • Average temperature is 25 C to 30 C.
  • There is no winter.
  • There is rainfall throughout the year.
  • Climate is unfavourable for human life and activity.
  • NATURAL VEGETATION:
  • High temperature and heavy rainfall helps luxuriant growth. The trees are evergreen throughout the year. The vegetation includes Mahogany, Ebony, Rosewood, Cinchona and Rubber.
  • mahogany
  • ebony
  • cinchona
  • Rubber
  • ANIMAL LIFE:
  • Animal life matches the vegetation. Animals which live here are monkeys, bats, elephants, tree lizards, turtles, snakes, hippopotamuses, insects and flies.
  • ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:
  • Agriculture:The equatorial region is very sparsely populated.The primitive people are the hunters and collectors of food products.Others practise shifting cultivation.
  • Lumbering:The trees yield excellent timber .The logs are heavier and that they cannot be easily transported.
  • Modern development:With the advent of the Europeans,life developed fast and settled agriculture has been replaced the shifting agriculture.
  • PRESENTED BY:
  • YASHASWINI.R
  • of 9th "A"
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY:
  • www.moorea.com/moorea_photographies/moorea_.htm/
  • www.irna .com/occasion.htm
  • www.google.com


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