Solar Insolation | Factors Affecting Insolation | Climatology | Dr. Krishnanand



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This is the third in the series of lectures; on Solar Insolation 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 Solar Insolation and Factors Affecting Insolation has been made in this lecture.

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32 responses on "Solar Insolation | Factors Affecting Insolation | Climatology | Dr. Krishnanand"

  1. There is no other channel on youtube which teaches Geographical concepts with so much depth and clarity . I study from the standard books & clear my doubts from your videos . I hv recommended ur channel to my frnds as well so tht more ppl can take the advantage.
    Thanks alot.

  2. You are a genius teacher…and your teaching techniques are very good and understandable.sir..

  3. Hello sir!
    Can we say that the solar constant is a result of sunspots? As changes in both of these happen after every 11 years ?

  4. sir minimum insolation in the northern hemisphere must be in winter solstice? why equinox. @10:53 can you please explain. when the sun will be in Capricorn then only the minimum insolation will be received in the middle latitude zone of the northern hemisphere. I hope you understood my question?

  5. Finally I got right channel for geography. Thank you so much sir.

  6. Thank you so much sir for give us various knowledge of geography

  7. Plz continue this channel,,,, it's very helpful,,,, πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

  8. This very helpful for defense exam like cds nda afcat,,,

  9. I'm struggling with geography since last 3 months suddenly I found your channel and it's really amazing& helpful thankyou sir

  10. I'm watching your video regularly inn saa allha your channel will grow … You're doing great work πŸ‘

  11. Please answer in detail of possible…,,

    Perihelion occurs on 3rd Jan, means Sun is nearest to the sun…, And Aphelion occurs on 4th July, Sun is farthest to the Earth

    Now the question is, Why cold is there in January although the sun is nearest to earth and why dry and scorching hot is there in June although the sun is farthest to earth?

  12. Hi. Excellent video. One doubt – (10:48) why do the middle latitudes receive minimum insolation at equinoxes? Since the angle of incidence is lower on solstices (eg. the sun is at its lowest in the northern mid-latitudinal sky on winter solstice (22 dec), why is insolation minimum on 21 march (vernal equinox)?

  13. Greetings sir,
    Given GS(upsc) ,is the depth of the lecture sufficient or little more than that ??
    Basically , how deep to dig in geography for GS paper ??

  14. Sir provide some videos of cartography it's my humble request . You videos are really helpful . Thank you so much . Continue this great work . God bless you sir

  15. Sir i want to ask, about definition of solar radiation/insulation at the first slide, there is rate 1,86,000 miles etc.. that's the odd one, that means 1,860,000 or 186,000 miles?? why the point is in between 86 which is 2 number, not 3 number

  16. Thanks a tonn sir..u literally chnged d meaning of geography

  17. Sir jkass vdo fan ho gaya hm to iss topic …..thku hma study ma bhut hlp mili ……god fulfill ur all desires☺☺☺

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