Applied Plant Geography by Pramod Pagare

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The hills have an average height of 600 metres and are highly dissected with number of ugly looking conceous gullies. (ii) The Keelandeo Hills : These hills form the eastern boundary between the Tawa and Bharanga River. They have scarping edges and stand above the Tawa valley. The Keelandeo hills rise to over 640 metres from the valley of which Keelandeo forms the highest (1,107 metres) peak in the northern and central parts of the study area. (iii) The Bhanwargarh Hills : The Bhanwargarh hills form scarpment of the study area towards the Narmada valley and are extending from the west of the Tawa 34 Environment and Vegetation River to the Morand plateau.

The base consists of a thin porous layer of earthing basalt. In typical cases, this part shows vertical columnar joining. Above the main mass is a thick layer of tough basalt characterized by its conchoidal fracture. The Deccan trap is the name apPlied to great volcanic formations, resulting from a series of eruptions from fissure and cracks in the surface of the earth (West 1959, 44-52). In the flows of these formations a fine grained irregularly jOinted flow weathers into spherules medium grained black basalt, a porphyritic flow and a very mygdaloidal flow have been recognized in the Betul plateau.

81 Source: Climatological Table of Observatories in India (1931-1961), Government of India, p. 31 7. damaging effect. 6°C. 6°C is generally operative during the months of December and January and may extend from November and continue up to February also, thus restricting plant growth. The months of October and November and February to March are the periods of partial plant growth. During these months the mean minimum temperature does not rise above 18°C. Months of April to September are of maximum plant activity.

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