IAS Geography Paper-I(Optional) Hand Written Notes(English) book covers Geography for UPSC Mains.
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Important IAS Geography Paper- I(Optional) Notes covers the following topics
- Geomorphology-Introduction, Factors influencing Earth surface, Continent drift theory, Plate boundaries/Margins, Exogenic forces.Hillslope development
- Climatology-Atmosphere, Global circulation, Monsoon mechanism, Local winds, Air masses, Thornthwaite classification
- Oceanography-Bathymetry, Ocean water salinity, Ocean currents, Deposits
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