Continental Geography - World Geography quiz 2

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Continental Geography - World Geography Online Quiz 2

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Assertion (A) Groundwater offers a number of advantages when compared with surface water.Reason (R) Groundwater reservoirs do not suffer losses-seepage and evapotranspiration, as high as surface water and also these can be developed near the palace of use.

Assertion (A) The climatic conditions for wheat are below optimum in India.Reason (R) Indian winter is short, relatively warm and dry than what wheat needs.

Assertion (A) The Rajasthan desert is covered with shifting sand dunes,Reason (R) For want of wind is felt everywhere.

Assertion (A) Convectional rains occur during pre-monsson summer in India.Reason (R) Such rains occur due to adiabatic cooling.

Assertion (A) The climatic conditions for wheat are below optimum in India.Reason (R) Indian winter is short, relatively warm and dry that what what needs.

Assertion (A) Production cost of sugar in India is higher than in Cuba and Java.Reason (R) Crushing season in India generally varies from two to eight months for sugarcane.

Assertion (A) Baltic sea, remains open for international trade throughout the year.Reason (R) Baltic sea lies in the warm temperature zone.

Assertion (A) Most of the East flowing rivers over the Deccan plateau have deltas at their mouth.Reason (R) These rivers have courses through soft rocks of the Deccan plateau.

Assertion (A) Cirrus clouds primarily contain ice particles.Reason (R) Cirrus clouds occur at very high altitudes.

Assertion (A) The thunderstorms of Bengal and the adjoining Bihar, Odisha and Assam are known as Norwesters.Reason (R) The squalls come predominantly form North-West.

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