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English Notes Class 10 Unit 10

 English Notes Class 10 Unit 10 Water Scarcity in Pakistan

English Notes Class 10 Unit 10
English Notes Class 10 Unit 10

 English Notes Class 10 Unit 10 Water Scarcity in Pakistan

    •  Indus Basin: It originates in Tibet and flows to the west and eventually falls into the Arabian Sea. It covers an area of ​​365,000 square miles. We get 141.67 million square feet of water from it.
    •  Closed Desert of Bes Kharan: Its main rivers are Pishin Lore, Badu Rakhshan, and Mashkhel. It covers an area of ​​120,100 square kilometers. We get 4.5 million acre-feet of water from it.
    •  Makran Coastal Basin: It consists of Malir, Hub, Pirali, Kid, Hangul, Nai, Dasht, Mashhad, Nahang, and Ketch streams. It covers an area of ​​122,400 square kilometers. We get 0.78 million gallons of water from it.
Q 3: What are the main causes of water scarcity in Pakistan? Discuss
Answer: These are the main causes of water scarcity in Pakistan.
    • 1. Rapid population growth
    • 2. Construction of dams on the Chenab and Jhelum rivers by India.
    • 3. Waste of water No more construction of water reservoirs.’
    • Rapid depletion of groundwater
Q4: What steps can we take to overcome water scarcity in Pakistan?
 Answer: We can take the following steps to overcome water scarcity in Pakistan.
    • 1. Build water reservoirs
    • 2. Control water loss.
    • 3. Increased use of water-efficient crops.
    • 4. Adopting efficient methods of irrigation water.
    • 5. Implementation of National Water Policy 2018.
Q5: What can you do to help protect your home and its surroundings?
A: We can do the following to contribute to water conservation in and around our home. We should check our house for leaks. We should have a short rain. We should use less water for domestic use etc.
Q6: What is the importance of creating national water reservoirs?
Answer: The construction of national water reservoirs is important because they provide water for domestic, industrial and irrigation purposes. They also provide hydroelectric power generation and stream navigation.

 

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