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It is conducive to good growth of plants. 7). No. Station TlR Index Type Description 1. 61 Humid (i) 2. 67 Humid 3. 68 Humid 4. 75 Humid 5. 90 Humid 6. 3). 1. 8). The zone is under moist deciduous forests. 2. Humid Vegetation Climate Zone: It occupies the northern and western foot hills and Betul-Chicholi plateau. In general, the vegetation is mainly consisting of dry deciduous type and the percentage area of forests is high in this zone.
Source. Geological Map of India .. Q (1) 78"00- 30' Qi a: ::J Environment and Vegetation 25 being found here and there. The amphibolites are sometimes granitiferous, especially when they have been subjected to shearing. The horn blends schists are often rich in a green pyroxene. The main relationships between this system and distribution of vegetation can be underlined as under: Soil derived from metamorphic rocks are heavy and compact in structure with greater moisture retentivity, so these areas are mainly occupied by moist miscellaneous species of plant which have higher moisture requirements.
The Mahadev Hills: The western extension of the Mahadev hills lies to the northern part of the plateau and is stretched from north-east to Morand valley to the west. These hills overlooking the Narmada towards northwards but cut off to the south by a stupendous line of cliffs, overlooking the low hills (Singh, 1971, 569). The hills attend an average height of 700 metres. They are composed of sandstone and partly of crystalline rocks. The upper Gondwana sandstone of the Mahadev series on weathering take peculiar forms resembling bastions, buttresses and battlements.
Applied Plant Geography by Pramod Pagare