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Indian Geography Test 11
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Test series is based on following chapters.
Indian Geography Chapter 12: CLIMATIC REGIONS OF THE WORLD
Q1: Wet winter is a characteristic feature of
tropical marine regions
Q2: Mediterranean regions are Net importers of Dairy products as
grass is wiry and bunchy and unsuitable for animal farming
climate is unsuitable
skill is absent
Q3:Mediterranean Region uses olive oil for cooking as
Olive trees can also grow here as it can survive long spells of dry seasons due to its long and deep roots.
animal fats are scarce
Q4:Grape cultivation or viticulture is practiced here commercially as
A long dry summer is most suitable for grape cultivation.
moisture is available in plenty
mechanization is high
Q5: Champagne, Burgundy, Bordeaux are wines of
Q6: Autumn season is a characteristic of the
Q7: Laurentian and siberian type weather is not in Southern hemisphere as
Low population and xerophytic vegetation
Q8: Conifers have adapted themselves to this climate by showing remarkable features like:
Thick, needle shaped, leathery leaves
Q9: Taiga climate is
Found between tundra region and Laurentian climate
Very cold winter and warm summer.
High annual temperature range. Rainfall throughout the year and temperate cyclones. Found only in northern hemisphere.
Q10: Tundra region has
Freezing in winter. Thawing in summer.
Aborigines are seen. Ephemeral [short lived] flowering plants.
Found only in northern hemisphere.
Q11: Narmada and son flows are towards the Arabian sea as
land is slopping
sea suction pull
they flow through rift valleys
Q12: Indian peninsular block is a fusion of blocks
Aravali, Singbhum and Dharwad
Singbhum and Dharwad
Q13: Which is true ?
The collision between Indian plate and Eurasian plate led to formation of Himalayas.
The Indian plate separated from Gondwana and then Madagascar. It moved over reunion island and due to hotspot volcanism developed the Deccan lava plateau.
Q14: Which is true ?
Indias latitudinal and longitudinal extent is 30°. North-South distance is 3214 km and east west distance is 2933 km
North lies in subtropical and warm temperate region and south lies in tropics.
Q15: worlds land surface is in India
Q16: Which is true ?
It is the 7th largest country with 3.28 million sq km
It has 6100 km of coast in mainland and 7517 km along with the islands.
Q17: Which is true ?
Gujarat has the longest coastline
Bangladesh shares the largest border with India.
Q18:southernmost tip of India.
Indira point in Nicobar Islands
Q19: India shares borders with how many countries
Q20: Himalayas have following features
Himalayas are true mountains
They are formed from the continent - continent plate collision
They have sediments of marine origin. It is not a single range but a series of ranges.
Q21: Shiwaliks are ____ himalayas
Q22: Himachal are ____ himalayas
Q23: Highest and most continuous mountain range in the world.
Q24: Western Himalayas are
Lower and gradual slope.
Located on higher latitudes and so colder
Don’t act as barrier to south west monsoon
Q25: Eastern Himalayas
Higher and steep sudden slope.
Located on lower latitudes and so warmer
Act as barrier to south west monsoon
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