The plain is the shape of peninsular India, made up of the Mountains of the North South Asia's northern rim.
The moun are linked to the equally high Karakoram Range to the west, near the peninsula's southern tip.
The Eastern Ghats are in Pakistan.
The world's to the broader eastern coastal plains form less of a transportation barrier peak than more than two dozen.
On both coastal plains, the highest mountain, Everest, on the Nepal-China border, supports population feet.
The densities in the east are similar to those in the Ganges lowlands.
The entire region is so active that they believe they can gain merit by bathing in its waters and praying along its banks.
People are dipping.
The spiritual capital of India, Varanasi, was caused by an earthquake in Nepal in April 2015, which resulted in almost 9000 deaths and 22,000 injuries.
South of these highlands lie vast lowlands created by three major river systems that have carried millions of years' worth of silt from the mountains.
The core population areas of Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh are located in the lowlands.
The longest of the three rivers is the Indus, which flows from the Himalayas through Pakistan to the Arabian Sea, providing much-needed irrigation water to Pakistan's deserts.
The fertile land in central and southern Pakistan is densely populated.
Pakistan is worried about India's dam-building projects on several of the river's tributaries, which could reduce the flow of the river.
Climate change and the growtesearch show that land-use changes associated with urban growth significantly affect the local climate, which is why it is important to investigate these issues together.
In northern India's hot, pre-monsoon, summer season, average high temperatures already approach 104degF, a dangerously high level that is exacerbated in so-called urban heat islands.
"Geographers are trained to see the different connections, the interdependency of phenomena," says Mitra about examining this interaction between the physical and human environments.
She can see the extent and magnitude of the urban hot spots with the help of her mapping, weather and climate modeling.
The urban heat-island effect may be linked to increased rainfall in Kolkata just before the monsoon.
The work could help planners more effectively manage the flooding in Kolkata.
It's important in India.
She says that improving cli can lead to many types of jobs.
This monsoon pattern is caused by large-scale meteoro from the southwest, that portion of the island is much wetter than the rain-shadow area of the north and east.
Cold, dry winds more than 1200 islands stretching south to the equator some flow outward from this high-pressure cell over the Himalayas.
The hot, dry season occurs when the winds diminish in the bined land area of these islands.
Only a quarter of the islands are actually heat over South and Southwest Asia.
The low coral atolls of the Maldives have a large thermal low-pressure cell that can be strong enough to rise over 6 feet above sea level.
There is a strong that corresponds to wet and dry periods.
The rain-shadow effect dramatically reduces the amount of rain on the Dec. As the southwest monsoon lasts from June through October over the mountains, there is a relatively cool and dry season from November.
Only a few areas in the far northwestern and southeastern South get substantial rain during the winter monsoon.
The rains usually start in June.
The summer winds are reversed.
During the winter monsoon, there are a few coastal locations along India's east coast and eastern Sri Lanka.
Not all of South Asia gets a lot of rain.
The water supplies of the northern state of Rajasthan would be jeopardized by low precipitation in Pakistan and India.
Pakistan is particularly vulnerable to this threat.
South Asian agriculture is likely to suffer from 10 inches (25 cm) or more.
There are problems linked to global climate change that can be hit by heavy rain.
In the summer of 2010, for exam ture increases of up to 6.4degF (3degC), along with decreased ple, caused devastating flooding.
Climate change in parts of South Asia can be caused by the monsoon rhythm, which can result in increased rainfall due to an intensified sum.
The new precipitation regime delivery of water for crops and villages will likely be characterized by more intense cloudbursts cou mood of millions of people as they eagerly welcome relief pled with fewer episodes of gentle, prolonged rain.
The World Bank warned in a report last year that the monsoon could cause crop failure and flooding if it rains too little.
Most of western and northern India saw below-average monsoon rains in the last two years.
South Asia has a low per capita carbon output, but its emissions are rapidly increasing due to Climate Change.
Many areas of South Asia are vulnerable to the effects of China and the United States.
India's reliance on coal for electricity in large areas of the Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta means that its carbon dioxide output will Bangladesh, even a minor rise in sea level.