toba jheel

antariksh se li gayi toba jheel aur usame sthit samosir naamak dweep ki foto

toba jheel indoneshiya ke dweep sumaatra ke uttar-madhya mein sthit ek jheel aur ek mahaajvaalaamukhi hai. yeh jheel 100 ki॰mee॰ lambi aur 30 ki॰mee॰ chaudi hai aur iski adhiktam gaharaai 500 meter hai. toba jheel indoneshiya ki sabse badi jheel hai aur vishv ki sabse badi jvaalaamukheeya jheel bhi hai. jvaalaamukheeya jheelein vah jheelein hoti hain jo kisi jeevit ya mrut jvaalaamukhi ke munh mein paani bhar jaane se ban jaati hain. yeh maana jaata hai ki aaj se kreeb 69,000 se lekar 77,000 saal pehle is jvaalaamukhi mein vishv ka sabse bada jvaalaamukheeya visfot hua.

yeh anumaan lagaaya jaata hai ke is visfot ke kaaran vishv mein us samay maujood adhiktar manushya maare gaye the aur manushyajaati hamesha ke liye nasht hone ke bahut kreeb aa pahunchi thi. hind upamahaadveep ke poore kshetr ko is visfot se atyant haani hui jisme is kshetr ke saare jungle nasht ho gaye. is poore ilaake par raakh ki moti parat fail gayi jo aaj bhi saare Bhaarat aur Pakistan mein jameen ke neeche paayi jaati hai.[1][2]


toba jheel ke kinaare bataak log rahate hain jo malaya logon se nrujaateeya roop se alag hain. yahaaain tak pahuainchane ke liye medaan sabse najdeeki havaai adda hai aur siyaantar sabse najdeeki railway station.

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sandarbh

  1. Supervolcano: The Catastrophic Event That Changed the Course of Human History, John Savino and Marie D. Jones, pp. 123, Career Press, 2007, ISBN 9781564149534, ... In the regional to global distance range, the eruption of Toba formed a very widespread ash fall deposit over the equatorial oceans and southern Asia. A layer of ash with an estimated thickness of 6 inches reportedly accumulated over the entire Indian subcontinent ...
  2. A Companion to Global Environmental History, J. R. McNeill and Erin Stewart Mauldin, pp. 2019, John Wiley & Sons, 2012, ISBN 9781118279540, ... Toba's impacts probably brought the human species close to extinction: it is possible to interpret the DNA evidence to mean that at around this time our ancestors' numbers were reduced to 10,000 or so - our closest brush with extinction so far ...