7th Geography

DISASTER AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

I. Choose the correct answer 1. The major reason for the drought is the_______________ . (a) Scarcity of rainfall (b) environmental degradation (c) A forestation (d) Industry 2. Tornadoes are common in (a) India (b) Bangladesh (c) China (d) U.S.A 3. Landslides often occur in  (a) Desert region (b) Forest region (c) Tundra region (d) Hilly region 4. The word Tsunami has been derived from (a) Tamil (b) French (c) Japanese (d) Latin 5. Of the following which is not a natural disaster (a) Nuclear explosion (b) Deforestation (c) Forest fire (d) Lightning II. Match the following 1. Tornadoes -…

7th Geography

WEATHER AND CLIMATE

I. FILL IN THE BLANKS 1.The Greek world klimal’ refers to -------- Inclination. 2. The temperature on the earths surface decrease at the rate of 6.5oC for every 1000 meter. 3. EI Niño means the --------------- in Spanish Christ child. 4. The ---------------- is a metropolitian are which is significantly warmer than its surrounding areas. Urban heat Island 5. The--------- is the boundary between the troposphere and stratosphere. Tropopause 6. The equational low-pressure belt is called a ------- A battle of calm 7. The air in horizontally motion is called a----- Wind 8. The name of the local wind which…

7th Geography

Earth Surface – Changing face of Lithosphere

I. Choose it. 1.Oxidation process is better known as Rusting 2.Meanders are formed in the Valley course. 3.Beaches are features of waves. 4.Pedestal rock is also called as Mushroom rocks. 5.Barchan is related to Depositinal features. II Fill in the Blanks:- 1. Weathering can also be termed as gradation. 2. Two caves approach one another are called arch. 3. The fan shaped alluvial feative formed by a river at its lower course called as delta. 4. The government of India banned the tanneries around Tajmahal. 5. The fine dust deposited by wind beyond the desert limit are called loess. III…

7th Geography

The earth and its structure and tectonic movements

I. Choose the correct answer:- 1._________ is the only planet has organisms in it. Earth 2. The Pangea is broken into ------ major plates.7 3. The ______________of the earth is not stable. Crust. 4. Large scale vertical movements of the earth crust are called ____________ movements. Endogenic. 5. The point of origin of the earthquake is called Focus. II. Fill in the blanks:- 1. The continents crust is composed of granite layer. 2. The SIAL layer is floating on the SIMA layer. 3. Large scale horizontal movements of the earth crust arecalled Endrogenic movements. 4. Surface is also known as…