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A revision powerpoint for Year 9 students at St Ivo School

A revision powerpoint for Year 9 students at St Ivo School

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  • 1. REVISION FOR YEAR 9 EXAM ST IVO SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT Plate Tectonics Volcanoes Rainforests Deserts Development Photos Courtesy of www.geographyphotos.com & R Chambers
  • 2. INSTRUCTIONS
    • There are 45 questions for you to have a go at – as you work through the slides, write down the number of the question and your answer.
    • At the end of the 50 questions – there are slides with the correct answers on for you to check your answers – GOOD LUCK!
  • 3. Question 1. Which of the following is an example of a volcanic eruption?
    • Mt Pinatubo – 1991
    • San Francisco – 1989
    • Kobe – 1995
    • Tokyo - 1919
  • 4. Question 2. Mt Pinatubo occurred at a..
    • destructive boundary
    • constructive boundary
    • collision boundary
    • conservative boundary
  • 5. Question 3. Re-arrange the following to give the correct order explaining the eruption of a volcano
    • friction between plates and heat from the earth causes melting of the oceanic plate
    • two plates move towards each other
    • subduction of the lighter oceanic plate occurs
    • molten magma rises and erupts
  • 6. Question 4. What type of relationship is shown here?
    • positive
    • negative
    • random
  • 7. Question 5. The San Andreas fault is an example of a..
    • destructive boundary
    • constructive boundary
    • conservative boundary
    • collision boundary
  • 8. Question 6. A collision boundary is..
    • where two plates move side by side
    • where two plates move together
    • where two plates move away from each other.
  • 9. Question 7. A collision boundary is where
    • an oceanic and a continental plate meet
    • two continental plates meet
    • two oceanic plates meet
    • two plates move away from each other
  • 10. Question 8. At this boundary two plate move apart from each other
    • collision boundary
    • constructive boundary
    • destructive boundary
    • conservative boundary
  • 11. Question 9. In the relationship shown what happens to the y value as the x value increases?
    • it decreases
    • it increases
    • it stays the same
  • 12.
    • Question 10.
    • Look at the following data:
    • Life Expectancy – 77
    • Adult Literacy - 99
    • GNP - $25,500
    • Is this data characteristic of an MEDC or LEDC?
    • MEDC
    • LEDC
  • 13. Question 11. The Himalayas have formed at a…
    • collision boundary
    • destructive boundary
    • conservative boundary
  • 14. Question 12. Which of the following areas does not have a desert climate?
    • The Gobi
    • The Amazon
    • The Kalahari
    • Sahara
  • 15. Question 13. Which of these best explains why Kenya is warmer than Britain?
    • latitude
    • prevailing wind
    • distance from the sea
  • 16. Question 14. Plants in the deserts may store water in bulbs on their roots – true or false?
    • true
    • false
  • 17. Question 15. What do we call the number of babies born per 1000 per year?
    • Death Rate
    • Life Expectancy
    • Birth Rate
    • Migration
  • 18. Question 16. What is the predicted relationship between % access to safe water and death rates?
    • a positive relationship
    • a negative relationship
  • 19. Question 17. At this boundary two plates of continental crust meet
    • collision boundary
    • constructive boundary
    • conservative boundary
    • destructive boundary
  • 20. Question 18. The average number of years a person is expected to live for is known as..
    • Infant mortality
    • life expectancy
    • literacy rate
    • birth rate
  • 21. Question 19. Here an oceanic and continental plate move together..
    • destructive Boundary
    • constructive boundary
    • conservative boundary
    • collision boundary
  • 22. Question 20. What type of relationship is shown here?
    • positive
    • negative
    • random
  • 23. Question 21. What is the predicted relationship between GNP and % access to safe water?
    • a positive relationship
    • a negative relationship
  • 24. Question 22. The cutting down of trees is known as…
    • deforestation
    • removal
    • evapotranspiration
    • leaching
  • 25. Question 23. What is the predicted relationship between GNP and adult literacy?
    • a positive relationship
    • a negative relationship
  • 26. Question 24. If deforestation continues there will be less CO 2 in the atmosphere. True or False?
    • true
    • false
  • 27. Question 25. Which of the following is not an adaptation of rainforest plants?
    • drip tips
    • buttress roots
    • ability to store lots of water
    • large leaves to collect sunlight
  • 28. Question 26. Which of these best explains the high levels of rainfall in the Lake District?
    • relief
    • latitude
    • prevailing winds
    • distance from the sea
  • 29. Question 27. A northerly wind is likely to bring…
    • cooler weather
    • warmer weather
  • 30. Question 28. What is the highest temperature shown on the graph?
    • 27 o C
    • 255 o C
    • 25 o C
    • 27mm
    Source: http://www.scalloway.org.uk/clim2maze.htm
  • 31. Question 29. The outer layer of the earth is called the..
    • crust
    • mantle
    • core
  • 32. Question 30. This process occurs where two plates meet together..
    • precipitation
    • subduction
    • transpiration
    • divergence
  • 33. Question 31. Which of the following is a measure of the % of people that are able to read and write?
    • Literacy Rate
    • Death Rate
    • Calorie intake
  • 34. Question 32. The start of a river is called the…
    • Source
    • Tributary
    • Confluence
    • Mouth
  • 35. Question 33. Which of the following best describes an equatorial climate?
    • hot and wet
    • cold and wet
    • cold and dry
    • hot and dry
  • 36. Question 34. Soil erosion will increase as a result of deforestation – true or false?
    • true
    • false
  • 37. Question 35. Temperatures are warmer closer to the equator
    • true
    • false
  • 38. Question 36. Which type of rainfall is experienced most in the tropical rainforest?
    • convectional rainfall
    • relief rainfall
    • frontal rainfall
  • 39.
    • positive
    • negative
    • random
    Question 37. What type of relationship is shown here?
  • 40. Question 38. Which of the following explains why the west coast of the UK is warmer in winter?
    • ocean currents
    • latitude
    • relief
  • 41. Question 39. Which of these best describe the following climate?
    • equatorial
    • desert
    • mediterranean
    • temperate
  • 42. Question 40. Would places closer to the sea be warmer or cooler than those inland in the winter?
    • warmer
    • cooler
  • 43. Question 41. Which of these do not describe desert plants?
    • fleshy stems
    • lianas growing up other trees
    • spiky leaves
    • thick and waxy skin
  • 44. Question 42. Which of the following is NOT an adaptation of a camel?
    • leathery mouths
    • no eyelashes
    • long legs
    • thin fur on stomach
    Source of Photo (used here for educational use only) http://uregina.ca/~sauchyn/geog323/152.jpg
  • 45. Question 43. Which of the following is not a cause of deforestation?
    • logging
    • mining
    • fishing
    • cattle ranching
  • 46. Question 44. Which of the following will increase as a result of deforestation?
    • leaching
    • evaporation
    • precipitation
    • interception
  • 47. Question 45. In which of these layers would you find the highest trees?
    • emergents
    • canopy
    • under canopy
    • shrub layer
  • 48. Question 1. Which of the following is an example of a volcanic eruption?
    • Mt Pinatubo – 1991
    • San Francisco – 1989
    • Kobe – 1995
    • Tokyo - 1919
    Answers Slide
  • 49. Question 2. Mt Pinatubo occurred at a..
    • destructive boundary
    • constructive boundary
    • collision boundary
    • conservative boundary
    Answers Slide
  • 50. Question 3. Re-arrange the following to give the correct order explaining the eruption of a volcano
    • friction between plates and heat from the earth causes melting of the oceanic plate
    • two plates move towards each other
    • subduction of the lighter oceanic plate occurs
    • molten magma rises and erupts
    Answers Slide 3 1 2 4
  • 51. Question 4. What type of relationship is shown here?
    • positive
    • negative
    • random
    Answers Slide
  • 52. Question 5. The San Andreas fault is an example of a..
    • destructive boundary
    • constructive boundary
    • conservative boundary
    • collision boundary
    Answers Slide
  • 53. Question 6. A collision boundary is..
    • where two plates move side by side
    • where two plates move together
    • where two plates move away from each other.
    Answers Slide
  • 54. Question 7. A collision boundary is where
    • an oceanic and a continental plate meet
    • two continental plates meet
    • two oceanic plates meet
    • two plates move away from each other
    Answers Slide
  • 55. Question 8. At this boundary two plate move apart from each other
    • collision boundary
    • constructive boundary
    • destructive boundary
    • conservative boundary
    Answers Slide
  • 56. Question 9. In the relationship shown what happens to the y value as the x value increases?
    • it decreases
    • it increases
    • it stays the same
    Answers Slide
  • 57.
    • Question 10.
    • Look at the following data:
    • Life Expectancy – 77
    • Adult Literacy - 99
    • GNP - $25,500
    • Is this data characteristic of an MEDC or LEDC?
    • MEDC
    • LEDC
    Answers Slide
  • 58. Question 11. The Himalayas have formed at a…
    • collision boundary
    • destructive boundary
    • conservative boundary
    Answers Slide
  • 59. Question 12. Which of the following areas does not have a desert climate?
    • The Gobi
    • The Amazon
    • The Kalahari
    • Sahara
    Answers Slide
  • 60. Question 13. Which of these best explains why Kenya is warmer than Britain?
    • latitude
    • prevailing wind
    • distance from the sea
  • 61. Question 14. Plants in the deserts may store water in bulbs on their roots – true or false?
    • true
    • false
    Answers Slide
  • 62. Question 15. What do we call the number of babies born per 1000 per year?
    • Death Rate
    • Life Expectancy
    • Birth Rate
    • Migration
    Answers Slide
  • 63. Question 16. What is the predicted relationship between % access to safe water and death rates?
    • a positive relationship
    • a negative relationship
    Answers Slide
  • 64. Question 17. At this boundary two plates of continental crust meet
    • collision boundary
    • constructive boundary
    • conservative boundary
    • destructive boundary
    Answers Slide
  • 65. Question 18. The average number of years a person is expected to live for is known as..
    • Infant mortality
    • life expectancy
    • literacy rate
    • birth rate
    Answers Slide
  • 66. Question 19. Here an oceanic and continental plate move together..
    • destructive Boundary
    • constructive boundary
    • conservative boundary
    • collision boundary
    Answers Slide
  • 67. Question 20. What type of relationship is shown here?
    • positive
    • negative
    • random
    Answers Slide
  • 68. Question 21. What is the predicted relationship between GNP and % access to safe water?
    • a positive relationship
    • a negative relationship
    Answers Slide
  • 69. Question 22. The cutting down of trees is known as…
    • deforestation
    • removal
    • evapotranspiration
    • leaching
    Answers Slide
  • 70. Question 23. What is the predicted relationship between GNP and adult literacy?
    • a positive relationship
    • a negative relationship
    Answers Slide
  • 71. Question 24. If deforestation continues there will be less CO 2 in the atmosphere. True or False?
    • true
    • false
    Answers Slide
  • 72. Question 25. Which of the following is not an adaptation of rainforest plants?
    • drip tips
    • buttress roots
    • ability to store lots of water
    • large leaves to collect sunlight
    Answers Slide
  • 73. Question 26. Which of these best explains the high levels of rainfall in the Lake District?
    • relief
    • latitude
    • prevailing winds
    • distance from the sea
    Answers Slide
  • 74. Question 27. A northerly wind is likely to bring…
    • cooler weather
    • warmer weather
    Answers Slide
  • 75. Question 28. What is the highest temperature shown on the graph?
    • 27 o C
    • 255 o C
    • 25 o C
    • 27mm
    Source: http://www.scalloway.org.uk/clim2maze.htm Answers Slide
  • 76. Question 29. The outer layer of the earth is called the..
    • crust
    • mantle
    • core
    Answers Slide
  • 77. Question 30. This process occurs where two plates meet together..
    • precipitation
    • subduction
    • transpiration
    • divergence
    Answers Slide
  • 78. Question 31. Which of the following is a measure of the % of people that are able to read and write?
    • Literacy Rate
    • Death Rate
    • Calorie intake
    Answers Slide
  • 79. Question 32. The start of a river is called the…
    • Source
    • Tributary
    • Confluence
    • Mouth
    Answers Slide
  • 80. Question 33. Which of the following best describes an equatorial climate?
    • hot and wet
    • cold and wet
    • cold and dry
    • hot and dry
    Answers Slide
  • 81. Question 34. Soil erosion will increase as a result of deforestation – true or false?
    • true
    • false
    Answers Slide
  • 82. Question 35. Temperatures are warmer closer to the equator
    • true
    • false
    Answers Slide
  • 83. Question 36. Which type of rainfall is experienced most in the tropical rainforest?
    • convectional rainfall
    • relief rainfall
    • frontal rainfall
    Answers Slide
  • 84.
    • positive
    • negative
    • random
    Question 37. What type of relationship is shown here? Answers Slide
  • 85. Question 38. Which of the following explains why the west coast of the UK is warmer in winter?
    • ocean currents
    • latitude
    • relief
    Answers Slide
  • 86. Question 39. Which of these best describe the following climate?
    • equatorial
    • desert
    • mediterranean
    • temperate
    Answers Slide
  • 87. Question 40. Would places closer to the sea be warmer or cooler than those inland in the winter?
    • warmer
    • cooler
    Answers Slide
  • 88. Question 41. Which of these do not describe desert plants?
    • fleshy stems
    • lianas growing up other trees
    • spiky leaves
    • thick and waxy skin
    Answers Slide
  • 89. Question 42. Which of the following is NOT an adaptation of a camel?
    • leathery mouths
    • no eyelashes
    • long legs
    • thin fur on stomach
    Source of Photo (used here for educational use only) http://uregina.ca/~sauchyn/geog323/152.jpg Answers Slide
  • 90. Question 43. Which of the following is not a cause of deforestation?
    • logging
    • mining
    • fishing
    • cattle ranching
    Answers Slide
  • 91. Question 44. Which of the following will increase as a result of deforestation?
    • leaching
    • nutrient cycling
    • precipitation
    • interception
    Answers Slide
  • 92. Question 45. In which of these layers would you find the highest trees?
    • emergents
    • canopy
    • under canopy
    • shrub layer
    Answers Slide