terranium, water cycle, distribution of water bodies, ocean currents, wave, salinity tides, tsunami
1. How much water is available for human use?
2. What does the word 'cycle' in the term ' water cycle' actually mean?
3. What does it mean to ' conserve' water?
4. How does moon's gravitational pull affect the water on the earth?
- What is terranium?
- What is a water cycle?
- What is salinity?
- What are waves? How are they formed?
- What are tides?
- Name two warm currents and two cold currents
- On a world map mark the important 3 warm currents and 3 cold currents
- How are tides different from waves?
- What is different between Neap and Spring tide?
- What type of ocean current flows around the Indian subcontinent?
- Why are tsunamis considered to be dangerous?
- How are tsunamis created?
- Explain Neap and spring tide using diagram.
- Why is our earth like a terranium?
- Why is water cycle important for human life to exist?
- How does water circulate in oceans?
- Why are high tides advantageous?
- Why is ocean water salty?
- What is the similarity between terrarium and water cycle? How do you connect the two terms with Earth?
- Why is New Foundland on the Atlantic coast in USA one of the best fishing grounds in the world?
- Why are rivers considered important for human civilization?
- Even though most of the cities in India are situated along big rivers , still there is water crisis becoming very prevalent in the cities every year. Give reasons.