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Basic Geography, Part 1

written by: Aeria
 
Geography encompasses many objects of our daily lives. Did you ever think of clouds as subjects of Geography? Ok, take this trivia quiz and get familiar with some geography basics.

Question 1:


Clouds are made up of these.
Oxygen ions
Carbon atoms
Water droplets and ice crystals
Dust mites

Question 2:


This formation is a conical hill or mountain. It is formed by mantle material being pressed through an opening in the Earth's crust.
A geyser
An earthquake
A volcano
A hill

Question 3:


Japan suffers from this event very often. It is the sudden, light or violent movement of the earth's surface caused by the release of energy in the earth's crust.
Tide
Tsunami
Earthquake
Volcano

Question 4:


It is the only continent that does not have land areas below sea level.
Australia
South America
Antarctica
Arctica

Question 5:


It is the longest river in the world
The Nile
The Amazon
Danube
Themes

Question 6:


Why do travelers to La Paz, Bolivia, often become ill as soon as they arrive?
Because of the soil quality
Because of the humidity
Because of the high temperature
Because of the altitude

Question 7:


In the US, why do we change our clocks on the daylight saving time dates in April and October?
To conserve energy
Because the tourist period in most countries starts in May
To extend the working day
To increase the hours of the day

Question 8:


These are places of arid land with really low rainfall and high tempertures variation. Their vegetation is insignificant and the population of people and animals is very limited.
Oceans
Deserts
Raiforests
The equator

Question 9:


This is a gemstone made by fossilized tree sap that is at least 30 million years old.
Tourmaline
Obsidian
Amber
Malachite

Question 10:


This is the largest island on Earth and one third of it is a national park.
Greenland
Alaska
Madagaskar
Australia

 


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