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GCSE Revision Quiz - Coasts and Energy (many thanks to T Cassidy for this)

GCSE Revision Quiz - Coasts and Energy (many thanks to T Cassidy for this)

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  • 1. Mega Quiz Allow twenty seconds each question… Images courtesy of Ian Murray www.geographyphotos.com COASTS AND ENERGY By T. Cassidy (many thanks to T Cassidy for allowing a slightly adapted version for St Ivo students!
  • 2. Coasts Andrew Stacey
  • 3. 1 The breakdown of rock in situ… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Greggs D. Hydraulic Action
  • 4. 2 The mechanical wearing away of rock… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Greggs D. Hydraulic Action
  • 5. 3 The dropping of rock by the sea… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Deposition D. Hydraulic Action
  • 6. 4 The movement of rock by the sea… A. Erosion B. Transport C. Deposition D. Hydraulic Action
  • 7. 5 An area of more resistant rock that sticks out into the sea… A. Bay B. Transport C. Headland D. Hydraulic Action
  • 8. 6 The movement of waves up a beach at the angle of the prevailing wind… A. Backwash B. Transport C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  • 9. 7 The movement of waves down a beach… A. Backwash B. Long Shore Drift C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  • 10. 8 The zig-movement of material along the coastline… A. Backwash B. Long Shore Drift C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  • 11. 9 An example of a stack… A. Old Harry B. Dead Derek C. Old Fanny D. Old Rosie
  • 12. 10 Not a way of protecting the coastline against erosion… A. Rock armour B. Flood Barrier C. Groynes D. Gabions
  • 13. Energy Ian Murray
  • 14. 21 This photo shows… A. Solar Panels B. Wind Farm C. Nuclear Power D. Biomass Ian Murray
  • 15. 22 Is finite… A. Renewable B. Non-renewable C. New able D. Stack
  • 16. 23 Will not run-out, it can be used again… A. Non-renewable B. Renewable C. Coal D. Iron Ore
  • 17. 24 Coal, oil, natural gas… A. Renewable B. Fossil Fuels C. Arête D. Dirty fuels
  • 18. 25 A factor which won’t affect the location of a wind farm… A. Relief B. Potential obstacles C. Access D. Plucking
  • 19. 26 An argument against the use of wind farms… A. No emissions B. Risk to migrating birds C. Renewable D. Energy efficient
  • 20. 27 Not a greenhouse gas… A. Sulphur Dioxide B. Dandruff C. Methane D. Carbon Dioxide
  • 21. 28 A potential positive of Global Warming for the U.K. … A. Flooding B. Drought C. Longer growing season D. Extreme weather events
  • 22. 29 Not a way of tackling Global Warming… A. Afforestation B. Renewable energy C. Carbon stores D. Burning fossil fuels
  • 23. 30 An international agreement on cutting carbon emissions… A. Toyota Protocol B. Ilkeston Protocol C. Tokyo Protocol D. Kyoto Protocol
  • 24. Answers Images courtesy of Ian Murray www.geographyphotos.com
  • 25. Coasts Andrew Stacey
  • 26. 1 The breakdown of rock in situ… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Greggs D. Hydraulic Action
  • 27. 2 The mechanical wearing away of rock… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Greggs D. Hydraulic Action
  • 28. 3 The dropping of rock by the sea… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Deposition D. Hydraulic Action
  • 29. 4 The movement of rock by the sea… A. Erosion B. Transport C. Deposition D. Hydraulic Action
  • 30. 5 An area of more resistant rock that sticks out into the sea… A. Bay B. Transport C. Headland D. Hydraulic Action
  • 31. 6 The movement of waves up a beach at the angle of the prevailing wind… A. Backwash B. Transport C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  • 32. 7 The movement of waves down a beach… A. Backwash B. Long Shore Drift C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  • 33. 8 The zig-movement of material along the coastline… A. Backwash B. Long Shore Drift C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  • 34. 9 An example of a stack… A. Old Harry B. Dead Derek C. Old Fanny D. Old Rosie
  • 35. 10 Not a way of protectiing the coastline against erosion… A. Rock armour B. Flood Barrier C. Groynes D. Gabions
  • 36. Energy Ian Murray
  • 37. 21 This photo shows… A. Solar Panels B. Wind Farm C. Nuclear Power D. Biomass Ian Murray
  • 38. 22 Is finite… A. Renewable B. Non-renewable C. New able D. Stack
  • 39. 23 Will not run-out, it can be used again… A. Non-renewable B. Renewable C. Coal D. Iron Ore
  • 40. 24 Coal, oil, natural gas… A. Renewable B. Fossil Fuels C. Arête D. Dirty fuels
  • 41. 25 A factor which won’t affect the location of a wind farm… A. Relief B. Potential obstacles C. Access D. Plucking
  • 42. 26 An argument against the use of wind farms… A. No emissions B. Risk to migrating birds C. Renewable D. Energy efficient
  • 43. 27 Not a greenhouse gas… A. Sulphur Dioxide B. Dandruff C. Methane D. Carbon Dioxide
  • 44. 28 A potential positive of Global Warming for the U.K. … A. Flooding B. Drought C. Longer growing season D. Extreme weather events
  • 45. 29 Not a way of tackling Global Warming… A. Afforestation B. Renewable energy C. Carbon stores D. Burning fossil fuels
  • 46. 30 An international agreement on cutting carbon emissions… A. Toyota Protocol B. Ilkeston Protocol C. Tokyo Protocol D. Kyoto Protocol