Why indian coastline is prone to cyclone?

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Date created: Mon, Dec 7, 2020 8:47 AM
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Cyclones form because of the low air pressure above the ocean, where clouds are formed. When the ocean water is warm, more than 26°C, water evaporates from the warm ocean and form clouds. And therefore it effect coastal states of India frequently …

  • The eastern coast of India is more vulnerable to cyclones than the western coast and there are strong scientific reasons why this is the case. As per NCRMP (National Cyclone Risk Management Project), about 2% of India’s GDP and about 12% of the central government’s revenue are eroded away by the cyclones hitting the country’s long coastline.

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