why northern plains are thickly populated

plains r thickly populated bcoz of following reasons-

  1. plains r very fertile for agriculture
  2. there is a good climatic conditions for human beings
  3. Availability of water for irrigation & drinking
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CAUSE THE SOIL IS VERY FERTILE AGRICULTRE IS THE MAIN OCUPATION

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The Northern plains have been formed by the alluvial deposits laid down by rivers. These river plains provide fertile land for cultivation. A lot of flat lands are available in these plains. They are most useful areas for human habitation. Transport network can also be easily constructed in plains. Thus, Northern plains are thickly populated.

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northern plains are formed by alluvial soil deposits in rivers.
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northern plain are formed by alluvial soil deposits in river.
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northern plains are formed of alluvial soil . The deposition of alluvium in a vast basin lying at the foothills of the himalayas over  millions of years , formed this fertil plain . This plain is a densely populated physiographic division . The soil cover is rich and have adequate water supply . The climate is also favourable for agriculture . These features make this plain thickly populated and suitable for agriculture and that is why northern plainsare primiraly an agricultural belt.
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Becoz:

Plains are fertile.Agriculture is the main occupation of people living here.

Means of transport and communications are developed.

There are more employement oppourtunities.

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Plains are thickly populated because land is very fertile in alluvial deposit and place for good agriculture.and people live in large number.
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This is the answer

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plains are thickly populated because,


1) soils are very fertile.

2) it provides a good place for agriculture.

3) the nearby rivers provide irrigation for the crops.

4) transportantion system is convenient.

5) communication system is very easy.

6) it provides a good place for living.


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*Good quality alluvial soil *easy supply of water *soil does not slip of like mountains *easy irrigations
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it is because the land is very fertile and very good for agriculture.that is why ,many people live in northern plains.
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The northern plains are thickly populated due to the following reason:- it consists of large plains of alluvail soil and deposition of alluvium in a vast basin lying at the foothills of the Himalayas over millions of years make this plains fertile.
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Northern plains are thickly populated because they have long growth time and as the land is flat construtions are easier
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Northern plains are thickly populated due to following ways :-
1}  they are suitable for human cultivation ..
2}   They are very fertile ...
3}  There is more land avaliable to build houses and cultivation of crops..
4}  It is easy to build roads and railway lines..
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The northern plains are formed of alluvial soil which is very fertile and also helps to increase the agriculture and lead to more production of the crop.
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Natural occurring magnetic ores are found in India in the form of magnitized magnetite (pyrrhotite is another one). It is typically found in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar etc.Natural magnets are those which occur naturally. In nature some substances are found which shows magnetic properties. Example: Loadstone.Natural magnets are those which occur naturally. In nature some substances are found which shows magnetic properties. Example: Loadstone.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 top layer of a rainforest is called the emergent layer. This layer receives bright sunlight and plenty of rain, and is also very windy. The tallest trees rise above every other plant to a height of 70m (230ft). Animals in this layer, such as monkeys, are agile with a good sense of balance.Natural magnets are those which occur naturally. In nature some substances are found which shows magnetic properties. Example: Loadstone.(?Load stone is a naturally occurring magnetic material called magnetite).

Natural occurring magnetic ores are found in India in the form of magnitized magnetite (pyrrhotite is another one). It is typically found in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar etc.Natural magnets are those which occur naturally. In nature some substances are found which shows magnetic properties. Example: Loadstone.(?Load stone is a naturally occurring magnetic material called magnetite).

Natural occurring magnetic ores are found in India in the form of magnitized magnetite (pyrrhotite is another one). It is typically found in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar etc.Natural magnets are those which occur naturally. In nature some substances are found which shows magnetic properties. Example: Loadstone.(?Load stone is a naturally occurring magnetic material called magnetite).

Natural occurring magnetic ores are found in India in the form of magnitized magnetite (pyrrhotite is another one). It is typically found in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar etc.Natural magnets are those which occur naturally. In nature some substances are found which shows magnetic properties. Example: Loadstone.(?Load stone is a naturally occurring magnetic material called magnetite).

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Natural occurring magnetic ores are found in India in the form of magnitized magnetite (pyrrhotite is another one). It is typically found in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar etc.Natural magnets are those which occur naturally. In nature some substances are found which shows magnetic properties. Example: Loadstone.Natural magnets are those which occur naturally. In nature some substances are found which shows magnetic properties. Example: Loadstone.Natural magnets are those which occur naturally. In nature some substances are found which shows magnetic properties. Example: Loadstone.Natural magnets are those which occur naturally. In nature some substances are found which shows magnetic properties. Example: Loadstone.The top layer of a rainforest is called the emergent layer. This layer receives bright sunlight and plenty of rain, and is also very windy. The tallest trees rise above every other plant to a height of 70m (230ft). Animals in this layer, such as monkeys, are agile with a good sense of balance.The top layer of a rainforest is called the emergent layer. This layer receives bright sunlight and plenty of rain, and is also very windy. The tallest trees rise above every other plant to a height of 70m (230ft). Animals in this layer, such as monkeys, are agile with a good sense of balance.The top layer of a rainforest is called the emergent layer. This layer receives bright sunlight and plenty of rain, and is also very windy. The tallest trees rise above every other plant to a height of 70m (230ft). Animals in this layer, such as monkeys, are agile with a good sense of balance.
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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.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.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.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.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.
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All things bright and?beautiful?? A?
All creatures great and?small?? B
All things wise and?wonderful?? A
The Lord God made them?all. ? B

In this poem by Cecil Alexander, the first line ends with the word ?beautiful.? Label this A. Then the next line ends with the word ?small,? which does not rhyme with beautiful, so label this line B.?

Then, the third line ends with the word ?wonderful,? which rhymes with the last word of the first line, ?beautiful.? As such, use the same letter, A, for this line.?

The fourth line ends with the word ?all,? which rhymes with the word ?small? in the second line. So you need to use the same letter as in the second line, B.?

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All things bright and?beautiful?? A?
All creatures great and?small?? B
All things wise and?wonderful?? A
The Lord God made them?all. ? B

In this poem by Cecil Alexander, the first line ends with the word ?beautiful.? Label this A. Then the next line ends with the word ?small,? which does not rhyme with beautiful, so label this line B.?

Then, the third line ends with the word ?wonderful,? which rhymes with the last word of the first line, ?beautiful.? As such, use the same letter, A, for this line.?

The fourth line ends with the word ?all,? which rhymes with the word ?small? in the second line. So you need to use the same letter as in the second line, B.?

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All things bright and?beautiful?? A?
All creatures great and?small?? B
All things wise and?wonderful?? A
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In this poem by Cecil Alexander, the first line ends with the word ?beautiful.? Label this A. Then the next line ends with the word ?small,? which does not rhyme with beautiful, so label this line B.?

Then, the third line ends with the word ?wonderful,? which rhymes with the last word of the first line, ?beautiful.? As such, use the same letter, A, for this line.?

The fourth line ends with the word ?all,? which rhymes with the word ?small? in the second line. So you need to use the same letter as in the second line, B.?
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