Geography, asked by shreyashn937, 2 days ago

shelter belts are used in coastal and dry region ❓why​

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Answered by MonikaJagat
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Explanation:

The natural or manmade sources, which can dissipate or deflect the potential wind and wave energy and protect the coastal life and properties from the calamities, are called as coastal shelterbelt.

Answered by akankshappatil16
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Answer:

East coast of India was extensively affected by the tsunami two years ago. The need for

shelterbelts along the coast has been realized after this incident. Plantation along the east coast

has been an activity even during the pre-tsunami period especially by Forest Departments and by

private land owners as part of income generation activity. However plantation activities in the

name of shelterbelts, bioshields and biowalls gained much attention from all the stakeholders of

coastal regions consequent to tsunami.

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