D) NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
Hot deserts– hot deserts of the Saharan type
Temperate deserts – mid-latitude deserts like the Gobi.
B) Temperature of Hot deserts
What is Continentality?
Rainfall (Both Hot and Cold deserts)
|Bedouin Arabs||Arabia||nomadic herdsmen|
|Gobi Mongols||Gobi||nomadic herdsmen|
|Bushmen||Kalahari||primitive hunters and collectors.|
|Bindibu||Australia||primitive hunters and collectors.|
A) The settled cultivators
B) The Mining settlers
Desertification is defined as a process of land degradation in arid, semi-arid and sub-humid areas due to various factors including climatic variations and human activities.
A) Causes of Desertification
B) Effects of Desertification
C) Solutions for Desertification
|In 1994, the United Nations established the Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), through which 122 countries have committed to Land Degradation Neutrality targets, similar to the way countries in the climate Paris Agreement have agreed to targets for reducing carbon pollution. These efforts involve working with farmers to safeguard arable land, repairing degraded land, and managing water supplies more effectively.|