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Coal is a black-brownish sedimentary rock that is highly combustible. The primary composition of coal is carbon, hydrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen. Coal is formed… Read More
Rivers assume an essential part in the existence of individuals in India. Their significance can be measured by the way that most Indian urban communities… Read More
Ore can be defined as a naturally occurring rock with large quantities of valuable minerals present in it. It is referred to as ore if… Read More
Natural gas is a naturally occurring mixture of various hydrocarbons, main methane with small quantities of higher alkanes. Natural Gas consists of low quantities of… Read More
The peninsular rivers incorporate the Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna, Cauvery, Narmada, and Tapti or Tapi. Together they channel a critical piece of rustic India. These waterways… Read More
The free material or the upper layer of the mantle rock (regolith – a layer of free, heterogeneous material covering strong stone) comprising mostly of… Read More
The wind is constrained by the occasional varieties bringing about the lopsided conveyance of sun-powered heat over the outer layer of the Earth. In this… Read More
Water is a substance made out of the compound components hydrogen and oxygen and exists in vaporous, fluid, and strong states. It is one of… Read More
The earth might be named a terrarium. The water that we see today is the same as the water that existed quite a while back.… Read More
Natural resources are naturally occurring materials that are useful to man or could be useful under hypothetical technological, economic, or social circumstances, as well as… Read More
Soil formation takes place through a plethora of processes, which include weathering of rocks and mixing of rock materials with organic debris which is formulated… Read More
Soil is a vital natural resource that sustains the bulk of the world’s plant and animal life. It is a resource that can be replenished.… Read More

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