100 Geography Quiz Questions Answers

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100 Geography Answers

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Geography Quiz Questions – Online Quiz with Answers Part 1

Geography Quiz 1 – 10

1) Which planet having all the circumstances for the existence of life?

Earth.

2) The age of earth?

About 4600 million years.

3) The man who first assessed the mass of the earth?

Dr. Nevil Maskelyne

4) Which are the four layers in the outer surface of the earth?

Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere, Biosphere.

5) Which are the six layers in the atmosphere divided on the basis of the distance from the surface of the earth?

Troposphere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Thermosphere, Exosphere, Ionosphere.

6) Who put forth the nebular hypothesis explaining the origin of the earth?

Laplace.

7) A longitudinal dune which instead of being transverse to the prevailing wind is parallel to it?

Seif.

8) The permeable rock layer which retains water?

Aquifer.

9) Difference between Gulf and Bay?

Gulf and Bay are part of the sea that extends considerably into the land, but a Bay usually has a wider entrance than Gulf.

10) The isotherm indicates?

The temperatures in particular areas.

 

Geography Quiz Questions Answers Part 2

Geography Quiz 11 – 20

11) The isthmus means?

A narrow neck of land that connects two larger landmasses.

12) Name given to the widened river mouth found at the point a river enters the sea?

Estuary.

13) Which ocean surrounds the North Pole?

Arctic Ocean.

14) The isobars indicate?

The atmospheric pressure in a particular area.

15) The hot desert which is covered with large rocks is?

Hamada.

16) Give an example of Hypabyssal rock:

Dolerite

17) What is Caldera?

A large volcanic depression more or less circular in shape with exceptionally large diameter

18) Name the plain which forms by filling up of lakes:

Lacustrine Plains

19) Upper part of the Lithosphere is made up of:

Granite rock

20) The average thickness of earth:

30-35 km

 

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Geography Quiz 21 – 30

21) What is the Dew point?

The temperature at which the air is fully saturated is called the Dew point

22) Folding of rocks is caused due to?

Great pressure

23) What is Stalactites?

Pendant mass of calcite hanging vertically from the roof of a cave is called Stalactites

24) What is Geyser?

Fountain like intermittent warm water coming out from the underground is called Geyser

25) Which causes the difference of time between two places?

latitude

26) What is an Uvalas?

In Limestone areas Karst depression larger than shallow holes arising often through their coalescence is called an Uvalas

27) The surface of the continental crust is:

Sial

28) What is a hurricane?

It is a typhoon called in the Atlantic

29) What is a cirque?

It is a bowl – shaped depression created by glacial erosion

30) Which contributes towards low atmospheric pressure in the equatorial belt?

High temperature

 

Online with Answers Part 4

Geography Quiz 31 – 40

31) Give an example of periodic wind:

Monsoon

32) Which soil contains clay and sand in equal proportion?

Loamy Soil

33) Which are the three main island groups in the Pacific?

Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia

34) What is a cape?

It is the geographical term for “land’s end”, a tip of land which projects into the sea

35) A more precise geographical name for a tableland:

A plateau

36) Exfoliation is a process of:

Mechanical weathering

37) Which is a minor plate?

Arabian Plate

38) The greatest ocean depth found in:

The Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean

39) What is common to Mauna Loa, Krakatoa and Stromboli?

All are volcanoes

40) Maximum chemical weathering takes place in:

Equatorial region

 

Geography Quiz Part 5

Geography Quiz 41 – 50

41) The latitude of South Pole is:

90°

42) The axis of the earth is tilted to the vertical at an angle of:

23 1/2°

43) Moraines are the deposits of:

Glaciers

44) How many degrees North and South are the Tropics?

47 degrees

45) Name the science of making maps:

Cartography

46) A high area of land drops steep, especially into the sea, such land formation is called:

Cliff

47) Ice covering great areas of the continent is termed as:

Ice sheet

48) Precipitation consisting of a mixture of snow and rain is termed as:

Sleet

49) Explain the shape of Earth:

It is slightly flattened at the Poles and bulges slightly at the Equator

50) A warm sea current from the Gulf of Mexico:

Gulf Stream

 

Geography Quiz Online Part – 6

Geography Quiz 51 – 60

51) The color of laterite soil is:

Brown

52) The time difference for every degree of longitude

Four minutes

53) The water surrounding the land man lives on is called:

The Hydrosphere

54) The rocky crust of the earth on which we live is called:

Lithosphere

55) In which region salinity of the ocean water is high?

Arid regions

56) Which wind blowing from the Andes over the Pampas?

Pampero

57) Contours on maps indicate:

Heights of land above the sea level

58) Name the extensive aggradational piedmont alluvial plain in desert regions:

Bajada

59) How do alluvial plains form?

By rivers depositing their sand and silt on the land during floods

60) What is a spit?

A ridge or embankment of sediment attached to the land at one end and terminating in open water at the other

 

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Geography Quiz 61 – 70

61) What is Yardang?

Steep sided rock ribs, up to 20 feet high and 30 to 120 feet in width, separated from one another by corridors cut in the desert floor by wind abrasion

62) Which wind you can find in between the Tropics and blowing towards Equator?

The trade winds

63) The latitude of Arctic Circle:

66.5 degrees north

64) The sun rises in the east and sets in the west due to:

Rotation of the earth

65) Blocks of earth’s crust are raised or lowered due to faulting, write the geographical name for raised blocks:

Horsts

66) Stock farming is:

Cattle rearing

67) The hottest place on earth:

Dallol, Danakil Depression, Ethiopia, Al Aziziyah Libya

68) The deepest part of earth, other than Antarctica:

The Dead Sea

69) An ideal example of Graben:

Dead Sea depression

70) What is Mesas:

Large isolated table lands capped with a protective covering which is essentially horizontal in attitude is called Mesas

 

Geography Quiz Questions – Online Quiz with Answers Part 8

Geography Quiz 71 – 80

71) Number of times does Earth move round the sun in a year:

One

72) The land that gently slopes and extends below sea level from the coasts of the continents before sharply sloping to form the seafloor in the deeps is called:

Continental Shelf

73) Coral reefs are found in shallow warm water of the:

Tropic

74) What is Pediplains?

The rock floored plains adjacent to mountain masses in desert regions which have developed by plantation are called Pediplains

75) The common name for the winds that are sometimes called the Anti-trades:

The Westerlies

76) The process of wastage of glaciers:

Ablation

77) Which expedition was the first to sail round the world and conclusively prove that the Earth is round?

Magellan’s Victoria

78) What is a cash crop?

A crop that i9 not a food crop; it is grown for sale to manufacturers who convert it into products

79) Give an example for Intermontane Plateau:

Tibet

80) Name the piedmont plains at the foothills of the Punjab -Himalayas:

Bhabar

 

Geography Quiz Questions – Online Quiz with Answers Part 9

Geography Quiz 81 – 90

81) Give an example of Pyramidal Peak?

Matterhorn in Alps

82) Limestone when metamorphosed is:

Marble

83) How are heights of land expressed?

In feet or meters above the sea level

84) The velocity of wind is related to:

Rotation of the earth

85) The volcano which is located outside the Ring of Pacific fire is:

Mount Popa

86) Area drained by a river:

River basins

87) The temperature of the interior of the earth rises by 10 Celsius with every:

35 meters of depth

88) The volcano which is called the light house of the Mediterranean Sea because of its glowing light all the time is:

Stromboli

89) Shorter and shallower glacial troughs eroded by ice below sea level and submerged are known as:

Fiords

90) How much time is taken by the sunlight to reach the earth?

8 minutes

 

Geography Quiz Questions – Online Quiz with Answers Part 10

Geography Quiz 91 – 100

91) Which is considered as the origin of the earth?

Nebulae

92) The speed of the earth’s orbit around the sun?

105 -109 km/hr

93) The line joining places of equal atmospheric pressure is called:

Isobar

94) The clouds that causes a heavy downpour:

Cumulonimbus

95) Name the rocks which allow water to pass through easily:

Permeable rocks

96) The distance around the earth at the equator:

18600 km

97) The climatic region which covers greater part of the earth’s surface:

Semi-Arid

98) The zone on either side of the equator up to the tropics is called:

Torrid Zone

99) The most important factor for determining the climate of a place:

Latitude

100) The word Monsoon is derived from:

Arabic language

 

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