NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 16

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Class:10
Subject:Science – विज्ञान
Chapter:Management of Natural Resources

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10 Science Chapter 16 Page 269 Answers





NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Management of natural resources page 269 is given below. For other answers, please visit to Page 273 or Page 276 or Exercises or go for हिंदी मीडियम Solutions. Visit to Class 10 Science  main page or Top of the page.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Management of natural resources page 269

10 Science Chapter 16 Page 273 Answers




NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 16 page 273 is given below. For other answers, please visit to Page 269 or Page 276 or Exercises or go for हिंदी मीडियम Solutions. Visit to Class 10 Science  main page or Top of the page.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 16 page 273

10 Science Chapter 16 Page 276 Answers





10 Science Chapter 16 page 276 solutions are given below. For other answers, please visit to Page 269 or Page 273 or Exercises or go for हिंदी मीडियम Solutions. Visit to Class 10 Science  main page or Top of the page.

10 Science Chapter 16 page 276 solutions

10 Science Chapter 16 Exercises Answers




NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 16 Management of natural resources Exercises are given below. For other answers, please visit to Page 269 or Page 273 or Page 276 or go for हिंदी मीडियम Solutions. Visit to Class 10 Science  main page or Top of the page.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 16 Management of natural resources Exercises




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10 विज्ञान पाठ 16 पेज 302 के उत्तर




10 Science Chapter 16 Management of natural resources page 302 in Hindi is given below. For other answers, please visit to पेज 306 or पेज 310 or अभ्यास के प्रश्न उत्तर or go for English Medium Solutions. Visit to Class 10 Science  main page or Top of the page.

10 Science Chapter 16 Management of natural resources page 302 in Hindi

10 विज्ञान पाठ 16 पेज 306 के उत्तर





NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 16 page 306 in Hindi is given below. For other answers, please visit to  पेज 302 or पेज 310 or अभ्यास के प्रश्न उत्तर or go for English Medium Solutions. Visit to Class 10 Science  main page or Top of the page.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 16 page 306 in Hindi

10 विज्ञान पाठ 16 पेज 310 के उत्तर




10 Science Chapter 16 page 310 Answers in Hindi is given below. For other answers, please visit to  पेज 302 or पेज 306 or अभ्यास के प्रश्न उत्तर or go for English Medium Solutions. Visit to Class 10 Science  main page or Top of the page.

10 Science Chapter 16 page 310 Answers in Hindi

10 विज्ञान पाठ 16 अभ्यास के प्रश्न उत्तर





NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 16 Management of natural resources अभ्यास के प्रश्न उत्तर is given below. For other answers, please visit to  पेज 302 or पेज 306 or पेज 310 or go for English Medium Solutions. Visit to Class 10 Science  main page or Top of the page.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 16 Management of natural resources अभ्यास के प्रश्न उत्तर




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Class 10 Science – Management of Natural Resources

Important Questions with Answers for CBSE Exams – 2019

Question 1:
How our holy river Ganga is getting polluted? What is its ill effect? What is being done to prevent its pollution?
Answer 1:
Ganga is getting polluted by releasing sewage and harmful chemicals and dumping of human corpses. The bathing, washing, also cause pollution. The industries contribute their chemical in the river Ganga.
Ill effect: The pollution makes water toxic which is very harmful for health Ganga Action Plan in 1986 is started to prevent pollution.




Question 2:
What are fossil fuels? How are they important for us?
Answer 2:
Fossil fuels are coal and petroleum. They are the important and major sources of energy. Petroleum is used for automobiles and electricity generation. Coal is a major source for electricity generation in thermal power plants. The energy from these sources is used for manufacture of large number of goods upon which our lives depend.

Question 3:
What are the tree R’s to save the environment?
Answer 3:
The three R’s are: Reduce, Recycle and Reuse.
Reduce: This means that you use less. Save electricity by switching off unnecessary lights and fans. Save water by repairing leaking taps. No waste of food. Use less of your personal vehicle. Use a vehicle that gives more kilometres per litre of fuel. Use less of paper in office, school and home.
Recycle: This means that you collect plastic, paper, glass and metal items and recycle these materials to make required things instead of synthesizing fresh plastic, paper, glass or metal. For this the waste must be separated and what can be recycled should be separated from what cannot be. We have seen recycled paper of greeting cards in card shops. Even wedding invitation cards are now available on recycled paper used water can be recycled.
Reuse: This even better than recycling because it saves the energy which is spent at recycling a product. Things are used over and over again. For example, envelopes can be reused by reversing them. Plastic and glass bottles, in which packed items come, can be reused to store many materials in kitchen. We can reuse the water in which we have rinsed our cloths for cleaning the floss of the house. We can use one side printed paper to print on the reverse side. Old newspaper can be used for packing. Magazines and comic books can be given to other people who may find them useful.



Question 4:
What are natural resources? State two factors that work against an equitable distribution of these resources?
Answer 4:
The resources which are provided by nature to satisfy the needs and demands of humans beings are called natural resources.
Factors working against an equitable distribution of natural resources.
(i) Over exploitation of natural resources by some powerful people.
(ii) Improper management of these resources.

More Questions for Exams

Question 1:
What is biodiversity? What are biodiversity hot spots?
Answer 1:
Biodiversity of an area is the number of species found there. However, the range of different life forms (bacteria, fungi, ferns, flowering plants, nematodes, insects, birds, reptiles and so on) is also important. The area/spot where a variety of wildlife and long range of different life form are found is called biodiversity hot spots. Forests are ‘biodiversity hot spot’ because of variety of wildlife and a long range of different life forms are found there. Other diversity hot spots, except forests are wetlands, coral reefs, etc.



Question 2:
What are the advantages of storing water in the ground?
Answer 2:
(i) Water does not evaporate when underground.
(ii) Water spreads to recharge wells.
(iii) It also provides moisture for the vegetation to survive during dry periods.
(iv) As the water is not exposed, it cannot become breeding ground for mosquitoes.
(v) Ground water is also protected from contamination by human and animals wastes.

Question 3:
What harms has been caused to alpine meadows since nomadic shepherds have stopped grazing their cattle in such meadows?
Answer 3:
The grasses become very tall which prevents the fresh growth of alpine grassland in Himalayas. This causes the end of Himalayas National Park.



Question 4:
What does “Chipko Movement” refers to? Write its two aims.
Answer 4:
“Chipko Movement” or Chipko Andolan refers to ‘Hug the Trees Movement’ in which people clasp the tree to prevent felling the trees. This movement originated from a village called Reni Garhwal in Himalayas during the early 1970s.
Aim:
(i) To stop felling of forest trees and to avoid destruction of them forever.
(ii) To get the forest products yet allowing a natural resource to replenish over time.

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What can you as an individual do to reduce your consumption of the various natural resources?

Save electricity.
Do not waste food.
Save water.
Use cooking gas instead of wood for cooking.
Observe the principle of three R’s (Reduce, Recycle and Reuse).

On the basis of the issues raised in this chapter, what changes would you incorporate in your life-style in a move towards a sustainable use of our resources?

Methods of producing magnetic field are as follows:
Will move in public transport system to conserve petrol.
Instead of coal or natural gas, will prefer to use solar energy for cooking.
Wilt obey rationalised husbanding of all renewable resources.
Take care not to pollute the environment with waste.
Should realise that we are living in a community and are not alone.

What would be the advantages of exploiting resources with short-term aims?

The advantage of exploiting resources with short term aim is to meet the immediate basic human needs.

How would these advantages differ from the advantages of using a long-term perspective in managing our resources?

Short term exploitation of natural resources fulfil the current demand. It is beneficial for the present generation only, whereas, management of resources with long term perspective is aimed to fulfil the needs of future generations. Long term use of resources can be achieved through its sustainable use.

Why do you think there should be equitable distribution of resources? What forces would be working against an equitable distribution of our resources?

Equitable distribution of resources will ensure benefits to all the sections of the society rich as well as poor. This is necessary for the growth and development of a country. Money force is the main factor which is working against an equitable distribution of resources as rich people and rich nations try to encroach upon the share of the poor people or poor nations.

Why should we conserve forests and wildlife?

Wildlife and forests should be conserved for the following reasons:
To prevent loss of ecological stability
To preserve biodiversity
To obtain medicine, wood, fruits, etc., products in a sustainable manner
To promote social and economic growth.

Suggest some approaches towards the conservation of forests.

Forests can be conserved by:
Preventing the process of deforestation
Preventing cattle ranching in the forest
Promoting afforestation
Preventing the soil erosion
Mobilising people’s active cooperation

Compare the above system with the probable systems in hilly/mountainous areas or plains or plateau regions.

In mountainous areas instead of traditional water harvesting system, check dams are built across the seasonally flooded gullies. In this system running water is stored and diverted to the required places such water does not remain stagnant for long, hence there is less chance of it becoming polluted like that of pond water.

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