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  1. 1. Mega Quiz Fifty questions, twenty seconds each… Images courtesy of Ian Murray www.geographyphotos.com Paper.1
  2. 2. Coasts Andrew Stacey
  3. 3. 1 The breakdown of rock in situ… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Greggs D. Hydraulic Action
  4. 4. 2 The mechanical wearing away of rock… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Greggs D. Hydraulic Action
  5. 5. 3 The dropping of rock by the sea… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Deposition D. Hydraulic Action
  6. 6. 4 The movement of rock by the sea… A. Erosion B. Transport C. Deposition D. Hydraulic Action
  7. 7. 5 An area of more resistant rock that sticks out into the sea… A. Bay B. Transport C. Headland D. Hydraulic Action
  8. 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. 9. 7 The movement of waves down a beach… A. Backwash B. Long Shore Drift C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  10. 10. 8 The zig-movement of material along the coastline… A. Backwash B. Long Shore Drift C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  11. 11. 9 An example of a stack… A. Old Harry B. Dead Derek C. Old Fanny D. Old Rosie
  12. 12. 10 Not a way of protecting the coastline against erosion… A. Rock armour B. Flood Barrier C. Groynes D. Gabions
  13. 13. Glaciers Val Vannet
  14. 14. 11 This photo shows… A. Corrie B. Arête C. Hanging Valley D. Ribbon Lake Val Vannet
  15. 15. 12 This photo shows… A. Hanging Valley B. Corrie C. Spit D. Arête Adam Lawson
  16. 16. 13 This photo shows… A. Corrie B. Arete C. Pyramid Peak D. Hanging Valley Ian Murray
  17. 17. 14 This photo shows… A. Corrie B. Pyramid Peak C. Arête D. Ribbon Lake Val Vannet
  18. 18. 15 A feature that marks the furthest point travelled by a glacier… A. Ribbon Lake B. Recessional Moraine C. Terminal Moraine D. Hydraulic Action
  19. 19. 16 When rocks are ripped away by the glacier… A. Plucking B. Transport C. Abrasion D. Hydraulic Action
  20. 20. 17 Moraine at the base of a glacier wears the valley floor away… A. Abrasion B. Long shore drift C. Swash D. Plucking
  21. 21. 18 The end of a glacier is called… A. Snout B. Long Shore Drift C. Plucking D. Hydraulic Action
  22. 22. 19 Long and thin… A. Corrie B. Pyramid Peak C. Arête D. Ribbon Lake
  23. 23. 20 The shape of a valley after glaciation… A. U B. Z C. V D. T
  24. 24. Energy Ian Murray
  25. 25. 21 This photo shows… A. Solar Panels B. Wind Farm C. Nuclear Power D. Biomass Ian Murray
  26. 26. 22 Is finite… A. Renewable B. Non-renewable C. New able D. Stack
  27. 27. 23 Will not run-out, it can be used again… A. Non-renewable B. Renewable C. Coal D. Iron Ore
  28. 28. 24 Coal, oil, natural gas… A. Renewable B. Fossil Fuels C. Arête D. Dirty fuels
  29. 29. 25 A factor which won’t affect the location of a wind farm… A. Relief B. Potential obstacles C. Access D. Plucking
  30. 30. 26 An argument against the use of wind farms… A. No emissions B. Risk to migrating birds C. Renewable D. Energy efficient
  31. 31. 27 Not a greenhouse gas… A. Sulphur Dioxide B. Dandruff C. Methane D. Carbon Dioxide
  32. 32. 28 A potential positive of Global Warming for the U.K. … A. Flooding B. Drought C. Longer growing season D. Extreme weather events
  33. 33. 29 Not a way of tackling Global Warming… A. Afforestation B. Renewable energy C. Carbon stores D. Burning fossil fuels
  34. 34. 30 An international agreement on cutting carbon emissions… A. Toyota Protocol B. Ilkeston Protocol C. Tokyo Protocol D. Kyoto Protocol
  35. 35. Desertification Ian Murray Natural Resources
  36. 36. 31 The process of land becoming desert… A. Ossification B. Desertification C. Natural Resource D. Dessertification
  37. 37. 32 An area at risk from desertification… A. West Hallam B. Sahara Desert C. Sahel D. Amazon
  38. 38. 33 A feature not associated with a landscape affected by desertification… A. Flowing rivers B. Gullying C. Sun-baked soil D. Spare vegetation
  39. 39. 34 A way of not tackling desertification… A. Magic Stones B. Planting trees C. Terracing D. Deforestation
  40. 40. 35 A physical cause of desertification… A. Overgrazing B. Deforestation C. Drought D. Monoculture
  41. 41. 36 Not a natural resource… A. Coal B. Timber C. Iron Ore D. Computers
  42. 42. 37 Something that is found in nature and valuable to humans… A. Human Resource B. Dandruff C. Natural Resource D. Sustainable
  43. 43. 38 The term used to describe the management of natural resources so that they are available for future generations… A. Renewable B. Sustainable C. Non-renewable D. Fossil Fuel
  44. 44. 39 When rock is broken down, resulting in a change in its chemical composition… A. Chemical Weathering B. Erosion C. Natural Resource D. Physical Weathering
  45. 45. 40 This photo shows… A. Core B. Cliff C. Limestone Pavement D. Limestone Road Ian Murray
  46. 46. Weather and Climate Ian Murray
  47. 47. 41 Not weather… A. It’s raining! B. It’s cold outside! C. Hot summers D. Snow is forecast
  48. 48. 42 Lines that join equal points of pressure on a synoptic chart… A. Isotherms B. Sahara Desert C. Isobars D. Temperature nodes
  49. 49. 43 Not an airmass that influences the U.K.’s weather… A. Tropical Maritime B. Tropical Sailor C. Tropical Continental D. Polar Maritime
  50. 50. 44 Cloud cover is measured in… A. Isobars B. Planting trees C. Isotherms D. Oktas
  51. 51. 45 Not generally associated with cold air… A. Rises B. Dense C. Sinks D. Clear skies
  52. 52. 46 A low pressure weather system… A. Depression B. Sad C. Ant-cyclone D. Anti-depression
  53. 53. 47 Not a characteristic of an anti-cyclone… A. High pressure B. No cloud cover C. Cold air D. Rain
  54. 54. 48 Not a name for a tropical storm… A. Cyclone B. Dickie-Dickie C. Hurricane D. Typhoon
  55. 55. 49 A condition needed for rainfall… A. Descending air B. Cold air C. Air ascending D. Lukewarm air
  56. 56. 50 Not a type of rainfall… A. Relief B. Convection C. Threshold D. Frontal
  57. 57. Answers Images courtesy of Ian Murray www.geographyphotos.com
  58. 58. Coasts Andrew Stacey
  59. 59. 1 The breakdown of rock in situ… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Greggs D. Hydraulic Action
  60. 60. 2 The mechanical wearing away of rock… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Greggs D. Hydraulic Action
  61. 61. 3 The dropping of rock by the sea… A. Erosion B. Weathering C. Deposition D. Hydraulic Action
  62. 62. 4 The movement of rock by the sea… A. Erosion B. Transport C. Deposition D. Hydraulic Action
  63. 63. 5 An area of more resistant rock that sticks out into the sea… A. Bay B. Transport C. Headland D. Hydraulic Action
  64. 64. 6 The movement of waves up a beach at the angle of the prevailing wind… A. Backwash B. Transport C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  65. 65. 7 The movement of waves down a beach… A. Backwash B. Long Shore Drift C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  66. 66. 8 The zig-movement of material along the coastline… A. Backwash B. Long Shore Drift C. Swash D. Hydraulic Action
  67. 67. 9 An example of a stack… A. Old Harry B. Dead Derek C. Old Fanny D. Old Rosie
  68. 68. 10 Not a way of protectiing the coastline against erosion… A. Rock armour B. Flood Barrier C. Groynes D. Gabions
  69. 69. Glaciers Val Vannet
  70. 70. 11 This photo shows… A. Corrie B. Arête C. Hanging Valley D. Ribbon Lake Val Vannet
  71. 71. 12 This photo shows… A. Hanging Valley B. Corrie C. Spit D. Arête Adam Lawson
  72. 72. 13 This photo shows… A. Corrie B. Arete C. Pyramid Peak D. Hanging Valley Ian Murray
  73. 73. 14 This photo shows… A. Corrie B. Pyramid Peak C. Arête D. Ribbon Lake Val Vannet
  74. 74. 15 A feature that marks the furthest point travelled by a glacier… A. Ribbon Lake B. Recessional Moraine C. Terminal Moraine D. Hydraulic Action
  75. 75. 16 When rocks are ripped away by the glacier… A. Plucking B. Transport C. Abrasion D. Hydraulic Action
  76. 76. 17 Moraine at the base of a glacier wears the valley floor away… A. Abrasion B. Long shore drift C. Swash D. Plucking
  77. 77. 18 The end of a glacier is called… A. Snout B. Long Shore Drift C. Plucking D. Hydraulic Action
  78. 78. 19 Long and thin… A. Corrie B. Pyramid Peak C. Arête D. Ribbon Lake
  79. 79. 20 The shape of a valley after glaciation… A. U B. Z C. V D. T
  80. 80. Energy Ian Murray
  81. 81. 21 This photo shows… A. Solar Panels B. Wind Farm C. Nuclear Power D. Biomass Ian Murray
  82. 82. 22 Is finite… A. Renewable B. Non-renewable C. New able D. Stack
  83. 83. 23 Will not run-out, it can be used again… A. Non-renewable B. Renewable C. Coal D. Iron Ore
  84. 84. 24 Coal, oil, natural gas… A. Renewable B. Fossil Fuels C. Arête D. Dirty fuels
  85. 85. 25 A factor which won’t affect the location of a wind farm… A. Relief B. Potential obstacles C. Access D. Plucking
  86. 86. 26 An argument against the use of wind farms… A. No emissions B. Risk to migrating birds C. Renewable D. Energy efficient
  87. 87. 27 Not a greenhouse gas… A. Sulphur Dioxide B. Dandruff C. Methane D. Carbon Dioxide
  88. 88. 28 A potential positive of Global Warming for the U.K. … A. Flooding B. Drought C. Longer growing season D. Extreme weather events
  89. 89. 29 Not a way of tackling Global Warming… A. Afforestation B. Renewable energy C. Carbon stores D. Burning fossil fuels
  90. 90. 30 An international agreement on cutting carbon emissions… A. Toyota Protocol B. Ilkeston Protocol C. Tokyo Protocol D. Kyoto Protocol
  91. 91. Desertification Ian Murray Natural Resources
  92. 92. 31 The process of land becoming desert… A. Ossification B. Desertification C. Natural Resource D. Dessertification
  93. 93. 32 An area at risk from desertification… A. West Hallam B. Sahara Desert C. Sahel D. Amazon
  94. 94. 33 A feature not associated with a landscape affected by desertification… A. Flowing rivers B. Gullying C. Sun-baked soil D. Spare vegetation
  95. 95. 34 A way of not tackling desertification… A. Magic Stones B. Planting trees C. Terracing D. Deforestation
  96. 96. 35 A physical cause of desertification… A. Overgrazing B. Deforestation C. Drought D. Monoculture
  97. 97. 36 Not a natural resource… A. Coal B. Timber C. Iron Ore D. Computers
  98. 98. 37 Something that is found in nature and valuable to humans… A. Human Resource B. Dandruff C. Natural Resource D. Sustainable
  99. 99. 38 The term used to describe the management of natural resources so that they are available for future generations… A. Renewable B. Sustainable C. Non-renewable D. Fossil Fuel
  100. 100. 39 When rock is broken down, resulting in a change in its chemical composition… A. Chemical Weathering B. Erosion C. Natural Resource D. Physical Weathering
  101. 101. 40 This photo shows… A. Core B. Cliff C. Limestone Pavement D. Limestone Road Ian Murray
  102. 102. Weather and Climate Ian Murray
  103. 103. 41 Not weather… A. It’s raining! B. It’s cold outside! C. Hot summers D. Snow is forecast
  104. 104. 42 Lines that join equal points of pressure on a synoptic chart… A. Isotherms B. Sahara Desert C. Isobars D. Temperature nodes
  105. 105. 43 Not an airmass that influences the U.K.’s weather… A. Tropical Maritime B. Tropical Sailor C. Tropical Continental D. Polar Maritime
  106. 106. 44 Cloud cover is measured in… A. Isobars B. Planting trees C. Isotherms D. Oktas
  107. 107. 45 Not generally associated with cold air… A. Rises B. Dense C. Sinks D. Clear skies
  108. 108. 46 A low pressure weather system… A. Depression B. Sad C. Ant-cyclone D. Anti-depression
  109. 109. 47 Not a characteristic of an anti-cyclone… A. High pressure B. No cloud cover C. Cold air D. Rain
  110. 110. 48 Not a name for a tropical storm… A. Cyclone B. Dickie-Dickie C. Hurricane D. Typhoon
  111. 111. 49 A condition needed for rainfall… A. Descending air B. Cold air C. Air ascending D. Lukewarm air
  112. 112. 50 Not a type of rainfall… A. Relief B. Convection C. Threshold D. Frontal

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