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Late quaternary history of vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan Desert, India

Late quaternary history of vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan Desert, India

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Published by Royal Society in London .
Written in English


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Offprint from Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B. Biological Sciences. Vol.267, no.889, 13 June 1974.

Statementby G. Singh...(et al.).
ContributionsSingh, G. 1932-, Royal Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14151984M

How the Desert got a Past: A History of Quaternary Research in Australia's Deserts Article (PDF Available) in Historical Records of Australian Science 25(2) December with Reads. Quaternary Geomorphic Processes and Landform Development in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan. Late Quaternary history of. vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan desert, India, Author: Amal Kar.

  The antiquity and decline of the Bronze Age Harappan civilization in the Indus-Ghaggar-Hakra river valleys is an enigma in archaeology. Weakening of Cited by: The climate of India comprises a wide range of weather conditions across a vast geographic scale and varied topography, making generalizations difficult. Climate in south India is generally hotter than north India. Most parts of the nation don't experience temperatures below 10 °C (50 °F) in winter, and the temperature usually tends to exceed 40 °C ( °F) during summer.

  Singh G., Joshi R. D., Chopra S. K. & Singh A. B. Late Quaternary history of vegetation and climate in the Rajasthan Desert India. Phil. Tran. Royal Soc. Lond. , – (). Enzel Y. et al. High-resolution Holocene environmental changes in the Thar Desert northwestern India. Science , – ().Cited by:   Why Sārus Cranes epitomize Karuṇarasa in the Rāmāyaṇa - Volume 19 Issue 2 - NIELS HAMMER. Late Quaternary History of Vegetation and Climate of the Rajasthan Desert, India. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. : Niels Hammer.


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Late quaternary history of vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan Desert, India Download PDF EPUB FB2

In conclusion it is suggested that the Rajasthan desert is primarily natural, its history punctuated by at least one more vegetated, humid period during the Holocene, the climatic control of which as indicated by the vegetation history is consistent with climatic events elsewhere in the world.

LATE QUATERNARY HISTORY OF VEGETATI'ON AND CLIMATE OF THE RAJASTHAN DESERT, INDIA BY G. SINGH*t Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra R. JOSHI* Indian Administrative Service, NewJ Delhi S. CHOPRA* National Botanic Gardens, Lucknow AND A.

SINGH* V.P. Chest Research Institute, Delhi. Late Quaternary vegetation history, climatic variability and human activity in the Central Ganga Plain, deduced by pollen proxy records from Karela Jheel, India Author links open overlay panel Mohan Singh Chauhan a Anil Kumar Pokharia a Rakesh Kumar Srivastava bCited by: Allchin, Bridget, Andrew Goudie () Climatic change in the Indian desert and North-west India during the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene.

In, William C. Brice, ed., The Environmental History of the Near and Middle East Since the Last Ice York: Academic Press: – Cited by: LATE QUATERNARY VEGETATION HISTORY AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE GOBI DESERT, SOUTH MONGOLIA Dissertation zur Erlangung des Doktorgrades der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultäten der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen vorgelegt von Waheed Murad () aus Dargai, Pakistan Göttingen, June, Late quaternary history of vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan Desert   Singh G, Joshi R D, Chopra S K and Singh A B Late Quaternary History of vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan Desert India;Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London () – Article; Google ScholarCited by: Palynological and geochemical analyses of the Bayan Tohomiin Nuur revealed a detailed history of vegetation and landscape dynamics in continental Central Asia from 15 to 4 ka cal BP.

The reconstructed arid climate phases between and ka cal BP can be correlated to the Younger Dryas and the ka event by: 5. Singh G, Joshi R D, Chopra S K and Singh A B Late Quaternary history of vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan desert, India;Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society, London,B – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by:   Singh G, Joshi R D, Chopra S K and Singh A B late Quaternary history of vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan desert, India;Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B – Article; Google ScholarCited by: Late Quaternary pollen records and seasonal palaeoclimates of Lake Frome, South Australia.

Late Quaternary stratigraphy and radiocarbon chronology of water level fluctuations in Lake Keilambete, Victoria. D., Chopra, S. and Singh, A. B., Late Quaternary history of vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan Desert, India. Phil Cited by:   Late Quaternary history of vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan Desert, India.

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B – Cited by:   In this paper, we reconstruct the climatic changes starting from the late Pleistocene to the early Holocene as recorded from a fluvio-lacustrine section located within the Kumaun Central Himalaya.

The results suggest two major climatic events corresponding with the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) and Older Dryas (OD). The values of carbon isotopes vary between ‰ and ‰, along with a shift Cited by: 2. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password.

Ensemble approach to assess climate change and groundwater situation. Late Quaternary History of. Vegetation and Climate of the Rajasthan Desert, India. doi: /rstb A study on two closed salt lake basins, Tal Chapar and Parihara in the eastern margin of the Thar Desert, Rajasthan, was carried out to unravel late Quaternary geomorphic evolution of these saline Author: Amal Kar.

Late glacial and Holocene vegetation, Indian monsoon and westerly circulation in the Trans-Himalaya recorded in the lacustrine pollen sequence from Tso Kar, Ladakh, NW India. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol.Issue. p. Cited by:   The vast Indo-Gangetic Plain in South Asia has been home to some of the world’s oldest civilizations, whose fortunes ebbed and flowed with time—plausibly driven in part by shifts in the spatiotemporal patterns of the Indian summer monsoon rainfall.

We use speleothem oxygen isotope records from North India to reconstruct the monsoon’s variability on socially relevant time scales, Cited by: Fauna. Stretches of sand in the desert are interspersed by hillocks and sandy and gravel plains. Due to the diversified habitat and ecosystem, the vegetation, human culture and animal life in this arid region is very rich in contrast to the other deserts of the nates: 26°59′04″N 71°00′06″E / °N.

Cambridge Core - Geomorphology and Physical Geography - Climate Change in Deserts - by Martin WilliamsCited by: Atmosphere variety in Thar Desert has actuated an expansion in the extent of dry spell.

The variety in atmosphere has brought about abatement in characteristic vegetation’s. Some plant species are disposed of until the end of time. We have assembled the anthropogenic reaction through a created poll.

The information was investigated in SPSS rendition Author: Sujo Meghwar, G. Mastoi, Khalida Faryal Almani, Fouzia Panhwar, Zulfqar Ali Laghari, Khalid Hussa. The forests of Rajasthan cover approximately an area of 32, sq km which is % of the total geographical area of the state.

The state has teak forests, which is northern most limit of teak zone in India. Apart from meeting the fuelwood and fodder demand, forest resources of Rajasthan contribute Rs million to the state domestic product (SDP).Rajasthan Desert.

The Thar Desert or the Great Indian Desert encompasses about 70% of total landmass of Rajasthan and hence it is identified as the "Desert State of India".

The Rajasthan desert which forms a major portion of the Thar Desert is the biggest desert in India and encompasses the districts of Jaisalmer, Barmer, Bikaner and Jodhpur.Sharp Decrease in Summer Monsoon Strength – cal yr B.P.

in the Central Higher Himalaya of India Based on Pollen Evidence from Alpine Peat - Volume 53 Issue 1 - Netajirao R. Phadtare Late Quaternary history of vegetation and climate of the Rajasthan Desert, India.