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Question 1. Asked on :24 October 2019:05:32:00 PM

What is soil? Analyse the factors which helps in the formation of soil?

-Added by Himanshi Verma Geography » Resources And Development

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Himanshi Verma

 The uppermost layer of earth is called soil. It is the most important renewable natural resource. It is the medium of plant growth and supports different types of living organisms on the earth.

The four main factors which help in the formation of soil are:
1. Relief, parent rock or bed rock, climate, vegetation and other forms of life and time are important factors in the formation of soil.
2. Various forces of nature such as change in temperature, actions of running water, wind and glaciers, activities of decomposers etc. contribute to the formation of soil.
3. Chemical and organic changes which take place in the soil are equally important.

-Answered by Himanshi Verma On 24 October 2019:05:32:59 PM(15888Average Rating Based on rating)

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priyanshu kumar

 The uppermost layer of earth is called soil. It is the most important renewable natural resource. It is the medium of plant growth and supports different types of living organisms on the earth.

The four main factors which help in the formation of soil are:
1. Relief, parent rock or bed rock, climate, vegetation and other forms of life and time are important factors in the formation of soil.
2. Various forces of nature such as change in temperature, actions of running water, wind and glaciers, activities of decomposers etc. contribute to the formation of soil.
3. Chemical and organic changes which take place in the soil are equally important.

-Answered by priyanshu kumar On 25 October 2019:09:05:47 AM(15927Average Rating Based on rating)

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Nishant Verma

 The uppermost layer of earth is called soil. It is the most important renewable natural resource. It is the medium of plant growth and supports different types of living organisms on the earth.

The four main factors which help in the formation of soil are:
1. Relief, parent rock or bed rock, climate, vegetation and other forms of life and time are important factors in the formation of soil.
2. Various forces of nature such as change in temperature, actions of running water, wind and glaciers, activities of decomposers etc. contribute to the formation of soil.
3. Chemical and organic changes which take place in the soil are equally important.

-Answered by Nishant Verma On 26 October 2019:03:23:53 PM(16001Average Rating Based on rating)

 

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