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Landforms of the Earth and Internal Forces

General Physical Geography
General Knowledge
Class 7

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Continents and Oceans.,Mountains, Plateaus and Plains.,Earth Movements, Earthquake, Volcanic Action and Internal Forces.

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What is Gulf Stream?

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Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
List I
(City)
List II
(Earthquake Zone)
(A) Kolkata(1) Zone V
(B) Guwahati(2) Zone IV
(C) Delhi(3) Zone III
(D) Chennai(4) Zone II

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In which ocean is the Kamchatka current found?

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Which one of the following is a correct sequence in the increasing order of salinity concentration?

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Anti-cyclonic conditions are formed in winter season when atmospheric pressure is high and air temperatures are low.

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Statement I: There is a large-scale fluctuation of oil flow from oil wells prior to earthquakes.
Statement II: Tectonic stress accumulates to a certain level, the pore pressure within a deep oil bearing stratum reaches its breaking strength causing oil to sprout along the oil wells.

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The plateau of India is roughly _______ in shape.

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The latest theory relating to the movement of the continents in relation to one another is called ________________.

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Thermohaline is a part of large scale ocean circulation around the earth. Choose correct statements:
1. It is driven by density gradient.
2. It includes both the processes of sinking and upwelling of waters.
3. State of circulation has large impact on climate of Earth.
4. It is sometimes called ocean conveyor belt or meridional overturning circulation.

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On an average, salinity decreases from equator towards the poles in the ocean.

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