Important GK Questions from Geography for SSC/FCI Exams

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Important GK Questions from Geography for SSC/FCI Exams Set-19:
The List of Important GK questions from Geography for SSC/FCI Exams were given here, Candidates those who are preparing for the SSC and all other competitive Exams can use this material.

1).Plants formed due to the filling up of lakes are called
a)    flood plains
b)    till plains
c)    lacustrine plains
d)    delta plain



2).Isochrones are lines joining places with equal
a)    longitude
b)    rainfall
c)    frost   
d)    travelling time from a point  



3).The layers in soil are referred as
a)    horizons   
b)    pedocals
c)    profile
d)    hardpans



4).Most of the people of the middle-east belong to the following group of people
a)    Negro  
b)    Nordic
c)    Alpine
d)    Mediterranean



5).Plateaus situated in between plains and mountains are called
a)    Intermontane plateaus
b)    Piedmont  plateaus
c)    Peninsular  plateaus
d)    Continental plateaus



6).As one moves from the equator to the poles along a meridian
a)    The variety of animals increases and of plants decreases
b)    The variety of plants increases and of animals decreases
c)    The variety of plants and of animals decreases
d)    The variety of plants and of animals increases



7).Metamorphic rocks originate from
a)    Igneous  rocks  
b)    Sedimentary rocks
c)    Both igneous and sedimentary rocks
d)    None of these



8).The best way to define rock types will be
a)    Igneous-Sedimentary-Metamorphic
b)    Igneous-Carborate-Metamorphic
c)    Igneous-Metamorphic-Marble
d)    Sedimentary-Igneous-Limestone



9).The pedogenic regims is associated with hot dry climates is
a)    laterisation
b)    gleisation
c)    salinisation
d)    podzolisation



10).When a ship crosses Date line from west to east
a)    It loses one day
b)    It gains one day
c)    It loses half-a-day
d)    It gains half-a-day



Answers:                         
1). c) 2). d) 3). a) 4). d) 5). b) 6). c) 7). c) 8). a) 9). c)  10). b)