Factors Affecting Climate - CLIMATE OF INDIA

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Factors Affecting
Climate
PRESENTED BY:
GROUP- B
INTRODUCTION
 This power point presentation is all about the
factors affecting climate of Koraput in
particular and India in general.
 There are comparison of factors affecting
climate of Koraput with that of the other
places of India.
 It also explains the affects of el-nino and
southern oscillation on the climate of India.
 There are screen shot the web pages from
where the data about the factors affecting
of climate of Koraput uploaded.
Factors
• Relief: As Koraput is surrounded by
mountains there is more rainfall in this
district with comparison to other district
of Orissa.
• Altitude: This place also experiences less
temperature with comparison to other
districts of Orissa.
• Distance from Sea: This place is not
affected by the influence of sea breeze
and land breeze.
Opinion of Friends
Climate of Chandigarh of Northern
India has moderate because of
elevation.
It is also affect by the distance from
sea factor.
Coromandal coast experiences rainfall
during winter season.
Though monsoon unites the climate of
India there is difference in climate
experiences in different parts of
India.
Comparison
Your Town
Other Places
 Altitude and distance from
sea are the main factor which
affects climate of Koraput.
 There is no or very little
rainfall in winter season.
 Cities like Kolkota, Mumbai,
Chennai is affected by the
nearness to sea.
 The Coromandal coast and
northern
parts
of
India
experiences rainfall in winter
season.
 Temperature remain very high
in rest part of Orissa during
Summer.
 The climate of rest of Orissa is
enervating during October and
November months.
 Temperature during summer
season is not very high in
Koraput because of high
altitude.
 The climate of Koraput is not
enervating during retreating
monsoon season.
Screen Print
Please open the web link http://climateofindia.pbworks.com/FACTORSAFFECTING-CLIMATE-OF-INDIA to see details progress of our work.
Jet Stream & Elnino
 There are two types of Jet streams found in India
in different seasons.
 Winter Jet stream blows from west to east over
northers plains of India.
 During south-west monsoon season the westerly jet
of northern India shift towards north and an
easterly jet stream found around 150 North latitude.
 El-nino is a warm current originate in the Peru coast
in a gap to 3 to 7 years.
 It is the extension of warm equatorial current.
 It disturbs global climatic pattern.
 There are floods, droughts different parts of the
world because of this current.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
 Climatological survey of Orissa,
1987-2001.
 District Statistical Handbook of
Koraput, 2001 to 2007.
 www.allrainfallreports.com
 www.wunderground.com
 www.wikipedia.com
 www.jnvkoraput.pbwiki.com
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Mr.
A.
K.
Mishra,
PGTgeography, JNV, Koraput
Mr. S. K. Tripathy, Principal,
JNV, Koraput
Mr. K. Pttnaik, FCSA, JNV,
Koraput
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