The Forests Which Act as Barriers Against Cyclones are:

  1. Evergreen forests
  2. Mangrove forests
  3. Monsoon Forests
  4. Alpine Forest

 

Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 28th June 2015 in Geography.
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    Mangrove Forest acts as barriers against cyclones and other natural disasters like tidal waves and tropical storms. They protect habitats, animal and human beings living in area where Mangrove forests are found in bulk. They also control tide of water and also help controls soil erosion.

    RE: The Forests Which Act as Barriers Against Cyclones are:

    Mangrove Forest are found in intertidal zone where a group of trees and shrubs form a dense area that require slow-moving water supply. These forests only grow at moderate to high temperature areas like tropical and subtropical latitudes near the equator.

    Mangrove forests in India

    There are 110 recognized mangrove species on this Earth among which 54 species are exclusively found in these areas.

    Pushpendra Pal Dean Answered on 29th June 2015.
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