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Fundamentals of Human Geography Quiz

MCQ: Large sphere where body's axis of rotation intersects its surface is known as

  1. metes and bounds
  2. rectangular survey
  3. geographical poles
  4. rectangular coordinate system

C

Actual Moving of Surface Material Quiz

MCQ: Any deposited material in stream is known as

  1. ridges
  2. cobbles
  3. alluvium
  4. swamps

C

Mass Movement Quiz

MCQ: Action of saturating is known as

  1. solifluction
  2. compaction
  3. mass wasting
  4. saturation

D

Fundamentals of physical geography Quiz

MCQ: Gathering of loose extract of rock is known as

  1. organic debris
  2. inorganic debris
  3. apogee
  4. swamps

A

Types of land surfaces and their occurrence Quiz

MCQ: Mass of ice which is formed after years and does not melts in summers in known as

  1. high glaciers
  2. low glaciers
  3. great glaciers
  4. polar areas

C