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This is the sixteenth in the series of lectures; on Jet Streams or Geostrophic Winds for undergraduate geography students as well as Geography (optional) for UPSC exams.
This video by Dr. Krishnanand, founder of TheGeoecolologist; is suitable and helpful for the UPSC/IAS aspirants and beginners as well.
Simplified Explanation of Jet Streams or Geostrophic Winds has been made in this lecture.
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Lots of love sir
Sir, do we feel jet streams ever…Somehow..🤔.?
Super sir , particularly indian east jet stream, I have gone through many videos regarding easterly jet stream, ur explanation best to understand. Tqs for ur teaching
Super sir..always helpful
I find Geography little bit difficult to understand after searching many videos on YouTube, i couldn't found cos they just simply read the notes without quality explaining, finally i found this Sir. Now, i gain so much understanding the terminology . Keeping pushing Sir❤️
🙏 sir, my son is in class 10, and his concept get clear because of this video. Thank you
Thank you very much sir. It's helps me a lot
Sir, Your method of teching is very interesting. It helps me to understand some difficult concepts easily. I suggested my friend about your lectures, he also liked your lectures. Thank you sir….
You haven't told why jet stream meanders clearly.
What a way of teaching….just impressed
Thank you Sir! You’ve cleared all my doubts
Sir you are a great teacher…🙏🙏
Sir you are actually brilliant .
Great except the way you pronounce northern. It‘s nor-thern, not nu-thern.
Sir can you tell me i am very confuse when we read about air circulation we read that in equator warm air rises and move towards north and south after reaching upper atmosphere and it cools down as they reach north and south okay!!!!!!!!! And second thing jet stream are formed due to pressure grediant cold air from polar and warm air from subtropical okay but when we read about indian monsoon we read if surface has low pressure then upper will high pressure if surface has high pressure upper will be low why this case not apply in jet stream case why we not say polar low collide with subtropical high pressure or low temperature because this also in upper atmosphere !!!!!!!!!!! Pls tell me if any one understand my query help me please…