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February 7, 2017

World And Indian Geography Test-6-Economic Geography

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1) Which of the following is the chief characteristic of ‘mixed farming’?
2) In which of the following areas, densest concentration of land-uses and non-residential buildings are located?
3) Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched?
4) Energy that is produced commercially from coal is called
5) The largest producing mine of molybdenum is
6) The gold mine at ...... in Peru is the most productive in Latin America.
7) ’Human activities are conditioned and sometimes determined by biophysical environment’ is related to the doctrine of
8) Which one of the following forms of settlement develops along either side of roads, rivers or canals?
9) Trans Arabian Pipeline (TAP) links the oil fields of Persian Gulf to
10) Among the following, which country is reliant on a single export of oil/ petroleum?
11) The-subsistence of people based on hunting of animals and gathering of wild plant foods and fishing without domestication of plants and animals is called
12) Which among the following has the world’s largest reserves of uranium?
13) Which one of the following is related to Silviculture?
14) Sudbury in Canada is known for
15) Which of the following is not a metallic mineral?
16) Which of the following fishes belong to the category of Anadromous fish?
17) The largest producer of milk in the world is
18) Identify the incorrect statement
19) Which of the following is/are the chief characteristics of commercial grain farming of the middle latitude grasslands?
1. The size of farms are generally large.
2. Cultivation is highly mechanised.
3. It is a type of extensive farming.
Select the correct answer using the codes given below
20) Microbial fuel cells are considered a source of sustainable energy. Why ?
1.They use living organisms as catalysts to generate electricity from certain substrates.
2.They use a variety of inorganic materials as substrates.
3.They can be installed in waste water treatment plants to cleanse water and produce electricity.
Which of the statements given above is / are correct?
21) Ladang is a type of slash and burn agriculture in
22) The oldest type of energy known to man is
23) The only trans continental railway of South America, running through the Usplata pass in Andes, runs between
24) Commercial sources of energy purely consist of
25) The highest coal-producing country in the world is
26) The country producing major share of its power from oil shales is
27) Weber introduced a famous locational theory for localization of manufacturing industries, known as
28) Where is the Port of East London located?
29) Cork oak, Jarrah, Karri, Cedar, Sequoia trees are found in
30) Which one of the following types of coal contains a higher percentage of carbon than the rest?

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