How mountains useful for human beings?

MOUNTAINS ARE VERY USEFUL BECAUSE,THEY ARE A STOREHOUSE OF WATER.MANY RIVERS HAVE THEIR SOURCE IN THE GLACIERS IN THE MOUNTAINS.THE REAL VALLEYS ARE IDEAL FOR CULTIVATION OF CROPS.MOUNTAINS HAVE A RICH VARIETY OF FLORA AND FAUNA.

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 mountains are very useful.they r a storehouse of waterand many rivershave their source in the glaciersin mountains.water from mts. is also useful for irrigationand r used to produce hydro electricityriver valleys and terraces are useful forcrops.they r rich in flora fauna.the forests provide fuel,fodder,shelter and other products like gum raisins etc.they also provide an idylic site for tourists

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Usefulness of Mountains
  • Mountains are a storehouse of water. Many rivers have their source in the glaciers. Reservoirs are made to harness this water for consumption, irrigation and generating electricity.
  • River valleys and terraces are ideal for cultivation of crops.
  • Mountains have a rich variety of flora and fauna.
  • Mountains provide an idyllic site for tourists.
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They are rich in Flora and funa.
They are cool.
There picturesque valles attract tourists
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mountain glaciers melt and give us the purest form of water. the holy river gangaswater is also the water of melted glaciers
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THEY ARE USEFUL TO GIVE US OROGRAPHIC RAIN I.E. WHEN A CLOUD HOLDING LOTS OF MOISTURE IS OBSTRUCTED BY A MOUNTAIN AND RAIN IS CAUSED
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mountains have a rich variety of flora and fauna.
mountains provide rich variety for tourist and for their scenic beauty
water from mountains is also used for irrigation and genaration of hydro electricity.
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They have a rich variety of flora and fauna.

They are the special spots for special games like paragliding,river rafting and skiing.

They provide fuel,fodder and shelter.

They also provide some more essential products.

River valleys and river terrace are ideal for agriculture.

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Some following ways are -1 there are store house of water . 2- many sources of water glaciers are found in mountains

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Some following ways are -1 there are store house of water . 2- many sources of water glaciers are found in mountains

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Mountain ecosystems are found all through the world, from the equator very nearly to the posts, involving around one-fifth of its territory surface. Past their regular attributes of having high relative alleviation and steep inclines, mountains are strikingly differing. They are found on each landmass, and at each elevation, from near ocean level to the most astounding spot on the earth.

An expected one-tenth of the human populace infers their life-bolster straightforwardly from mountains. Yet, mountains are imperative for their occupants, as well as for a huge number of individuals living in marshes. At the worldwide scale, mountains' most prominent worth may be as wellsprings of all the world's significant rivers, and numerous littler ones. Mountains assume a basic part in the water cycle by catching dampness from air masses; when this precipitation falls as snow, it is put away until it softens in the spring and summer, giving key water to settlements, agriculture and industries downstream - regularly amid the time of most minimal precipitation. In semi-bone-dry and bone-dry districts, more than 90 percent of river flow originates from the mountains.

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  •  They help in the condensation of moisture by forcing the winds to rise
  • They act as a effective barrier against cold and hot winds.
  • Rivers originating from the mountains provide water throughout the year.
  • The mountain rocks are widely used as building materials.
  • Some mountains have rich reserves of materials.
  • The mountain slopes have rich pastures and valuable forests
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Mountains are useful to us in various ways.
1. They cause winds to rise, causing the condensation of moisture.
2.They are important for tourists destination.
3. The rock found in mountain used for construction.
4. Mountains are major source of origin of rivers which provide water for irrigation.
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they protect us from chilling winds
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we can grow plants and mountains gives us medicines it is very important for humans
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For drinking water and for our gold
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The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.
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The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.
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