The Most Beautiful Places In ASIA

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Gujarat state
Gujarat state is the most important place of production of cotton and salt. Also, Mahatma Gandhi, father of the nation of India, is Gujarati. Between 2005 and 2006, heavy rains brought by monsoon causing severe flooding and killed thousands of lives. It is estimated that climate change will bring the West India more storms and floods can not be predicted.

The Maldives is an archipelago, consisting of 1,200 islands in the Indian Ocean. The most well known for beautiful scenery: white beaches, swaying palm trees, colorful corals and abundant sunshine. 80 percent of the average height of the Maldives is less than one meter. If rising sea levels continue to change the global climate, this beautiful paradise might disappear under the sea sooner or later.

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, located on the Chao Phraya Delta. The city is a center of politics, economy, culture and education of Thailand. Bangkok positioned low and always threatened by flooding during the rainy season. In addition, geological formation, urbanization and excessive exploitation of ground water produces rapid destruction of land in Bangkok. It is estimated that most of the city of Bangkok will be submerged below sea level until the end of this century.

Cherrapunji, India, 1290 meters above sea level, receives the majority of annual rainfall in the world. But 98 percent of local rainfall occurs from March to October every year, and only four months left, will be somewhat dry climate. There is no reservoirs for the storage of rain water in there. Also to global climate change recently, environmental pollution, deforestation and soil erosion, local people do not even get enough water to live in the dry season.

Komodo Island
Komodo Island in Indonesia is most famous for the clarity of the sea and tropical marine life is diverse, so be the Mecca of divers around the world. What else is known on the island of Komodo is the world's largest lizard - the Komodo. Rising sea levels are already threatening the existence of coastal mangrove forests and beaches. Meanwhile, acidification and changes in ocean water temperatures can kill coral around the island.

There are about 1,200 Red-crowned cranes living in the city of Kushiro Wetland Hokkaido, Japan. It is a paradise for rare breeding birds. large-scale hunting by human beings and rising sea levels, the Kushiro wetland is reduced year by year. Red-crowned crane and the habitat is also much reduced.

Sindhu river
Sindhu rivers originate from glaciers in the Himalayas and more than 3000 kilometers. This creates a jungle river, places and villages along the way, thus becoming an important source for irrigation. Shrinking glaciers and changes in the irregular rainfall could increase the local water shortage problem

Kalimantan (Borneo) Indonesia is the third largest island in the world. About 50 percent of the island is covered by primitive forests. And a variety of rare species live in this mysterious tropical forests. however, excessive logging, oil palm plantation expansion and construction of roads, causing the shrinking of tropical forests. global climate change also resulted in the extinction of the local flora and spread of malaria. High temperatures and dry also increases the danger of forest fires.

Siberian Altai
Altai mountains of southern Siberia biogeographic region is mountainous western Siberia. This region is the most complete sequence of vegetation zones in Siberia, begun from the pasture, forest, mixed forest, subalpine vegetation to alpine vegetation. The site is also an important habitat for rare animal species like snow leopard. Of the last century, temperatures in this area continues to increase, and the researcher that in the coming decades will threaten the unique ecological system.

Mount Qomolangma
Mount Qomolangma is the highest mountain on Earth above sea level, and the highest point of the earth. Various kinds of endangered rare animals inhabit here, including snow leopards, pandas also live on the lower side and so on. Scientists have claimed that about two-thirds of the glacier has melted. melting glaciers could lead to the expansion of glacial lakes that would lead to several natural disasters including floods and landslides.

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