The Sahara Desert is about the size of the United States, which makes it the largest dry desert in the world. It extends from the Atlantic Ocean on the west to the Red Sea on the east, and it is still expanding to the south. The Sahara separates North Africa
Saharan Africa. North Africa borders the
Mediterranean Sea and includes the Sahara and lands lying to the north of the desert including the Atlas
Mountains and the modern countries of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Liby
a, and Egypt.
is the land that lies south of the desert. It has sometimes been called “black
Africa” because people living there have darker skins than North Africans. Dark skin appears to be an
adaptation to climate. People living
in the tropics need more skin pigment to protect them from intense rays
of the sun, while people living closer to the earth’s poles have paler skins to absorb more sunlight. People
with black skins also live near the equator in India and Australia. It’s b
een estimated that it took roughly
20,000 years for skin color to change from black to white as humans spread north out of Africa.
Another Sahara Desert South Asia !?
River ROBBER INDIA
The inter- connection of the river and the river ROBBERY
The inter- connection project on the river , in the north – eastern region
of the Himalayas, the ” excess ” water from the canal connecting the dry
areas of the southern nadigulote irrigation and power supply will be
used for production .
This project has been geographically divided into two – the Himalayan region and the Southern region of Peninsular . 6
of the total length of 100 km from the Himalayan region of 14 to 16
canals and reservoirs , using the 141.3 billion cubic meters ( bisiema )
in the south and the south side of the river takes you into the 4.777 –
m length of 16 canals and 58 reservoirs used for more the collection of 33 of the Himalaya and Southern bisiema bisiema 174.3 million total amount will be transferred to the water . Say
, the flow of the ruling class and the development of expertise in the
rivers of water , the excess in the Bay of Bengal into kind of ‘ waste ‘
, and the whole people of the Himalayan region and the nature of the
Ganges – Brahmaputra basin below the country so essential for all people
, because people
in the river basin of the river and only kiumeka / kiuseke measurement
of the water reservoir , the river is a living entity which flow sajala –
living – unrestricted rely on the existence of the whole basin
Agriculture – Fisheries – forestry – wetlands , including the nature of
life and living a normal existence .
regardless of the limits of the project is to connect serious and
damaging global way , we here in the context of the inter- connection of
the river Brahmaputra and Ganges river basin in the country before
entering the water, the process will be transferred to an image that
will try to promote a model of failure it is spasta . Inter-
river link project in the south of the Himalayan region of India for
transfer of the total 141.3 billion cubic meters ( bisiema ) of water
will be taken within 43 bisiema water from the Brahmaputra basin naditi
80% of the dry season, the water source . It
will be used for purpose – sankosa – water – the Ganges Canal , which
connects the brahmaputrera an alternative jogighopa – sankosa – water –
Ganga Canal connection . In
this connection pharakka Ganga Canal Barrage is 60 . Km upstream from
the Ganges , which will be combined with the rest of the water flowing
into the Barrage pharakka 15 bisiema water through the canal connecting
the southern oceans nadigulote will be provided . India has plans to complete the transition process in the following ways :
1) tributary of the Brahmaputra river on the purpose of the India –
Bhutan border is about 5 . Km upstream of 8750 million cubic meters (
emasiema ) with a dam to create a reservoir of water receptive .
Ii)Bhutan is another tributary of the Brahmaputra river on the river
sankosa India – bhutana border 1 km upstream of the reservoir capacity
53 m height emasiema 4930 with the construction of the dam . Sankosa dam 11 km downstream and create sankosa Barrage .
3) water from the Brahmaputra basin for a total 457 km gangaya the long,
10 meters depth and 1 : The purpose of the shield 0000 – sankosa –
water – to connect to the Ganges Canal ( Link 10) to be created . The purpose of this process sankosa brahmaputre from the river before it reaches the water will be sent to gangaya .
Sanyogakhalati divided into the following sections :
A)purpose – sankosa Canal : From sankosa Dam Dam purpose of satisfying
the canal 114 km , width of 66 meters and the water transport capacity
of 1370 cubic meters per second ( kiumeka ) .
B) sankosa – Teesta Canal : sankosa dams in the Teesta Barrage canal
length 137 km , width of 1 meter and water transport capacity of 1 355
C) water – the Ganges Canal : from the Ganges River Teesta Barrage
Barrage pharakkara flow up to 60 km in length and 06 km of the canal ,
the width of 1 meter and water transport capacity of 1 355 kiumeka .
4) water from the Brahmaputra basin for the purpose gangaya – sankosa –
water – an alternative to the Ganga canal to connect the jogighopa –
sankosa – water – to connect to the Ganges Canal ( Link -11 ) .
purpose of the brahmaputrera tributary of the river , rather than
trying to collect from sankosa jogighopa will create a place called
Barrage Barrage jogighopa brahmaputrera water connection from the 97.53
km canal will be taken through the barrage sankosa . However,
for the transfer of water panike 5 at the pump in 1059 the total height
of 100 m would move to implement this option less likely .
5) After the Brahmaputra basin water gangaya 15 bisiema water will be
flowing into pharakkara pharakka Barrage project , which will be used
for irrigation purposes . Moreover,
from pharakka pharakka – canal to connect the Sundarbans ( Link -1 )
and the transfer of water through the 9 bisiema which will be used in
bisiema Jamuna Canal regeneration and development , and the rest of the 7
bisiema kestapura bhangarakata hugalite transfer will be utilized to
increase nabyata kalakata port .
6) Ganga water from the Ganges river basin – Damodar – subarnarekha
connecting canals ( Link -13 ) subarnarekha through the river and from
the river surarnarekha surarnarekha – mahanadi connecting canals ( Link
-14 ) mahanadite move through the water .
7) upstream from the pharakka Mirzapur district of Madhya Pradesh to the
149.10 km long limestone limestone – sona Barrage canals to connect (
link -8 ) through 6 bisiema water from the Ganges river sona Bihar and
Uttar Pradesh were transferred to the provinces will be used for
irrigation purposes .
I plan to connect to the Himalayan region –
8) mahanadi from the river connecting the south of the project
(Peninsular component) Link 1 – Link 4 – Link 7 – Link 8 – 9 have been
linked in the southern regions of Kaveri River basin will be transferred
.Sabamiliye north-east Himalayan and southern parts of Peninsular together both in the planning of the whole affair looks like –
of the Ganges and the Teesta Barrage Indian desertification has
resulted in more than a third of the book , a great many of the die ,
the salinity increased , Agriculture and Fisheries Wealth disaster . I have a groundwater dam upstream of the Meghna and the floral floor Barrage threat . The rest of the Brahmaputra basin . Now
brahmaputrera Barrage upstream dam construction and the inter- river
link project moving through the water in the southern What it means to
be excluded from the rest of the prabahatuku and desertification and
salinity jhukite read the whole Bangladesh