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How is natural growth rate calculated?

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How is natural growth rate calculated?


Birth Rate -Death Rate


What is shanty town?

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What is shanty town?


The poor or slum dominated area of a city marked by poor quality infrastructire and possibly crime. 

Squatter settlement. 


How is population density calculated?

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How is population density calculated?


population divided by Area (means people living per sq. km.)


Case studay: Name a country with shrinking population 

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Case studay: Name a country with shrinking population 


Japan, Russia, Germany


What are the problems of underpopulation? (name 3)

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What are the problems of underpopulation? (name 3)


1. Threshold population not achieved so economic activities will suffer. Weak domestic market for products and services. 

2. Will be difficult to get people to work in hospitals, schools and in other services. 

3. abondoned villages, no one to take care of the elderly population and possible immigration of workers may lead to social conflict.  


Name 4 Marine/River erosional processes

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Name 4 Marine/River erosional processes


Hydraulic Action

Abrasion or Corrasion

Attrition

Solution or Corrosion 


Name the factors important for spit formation

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Name the factors important for spit formation


1. Longshore drift and supply of sand and shingles 

2. Wind and geological structure for the curveture 

3. Tpes of waves 


What is a distributary?

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What is a distributary?


Is a stream that branches off and flows away from a main channel


What is interception? 

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What is interception? 


Loss of water from the vegetation cover (that does not reach the ground) 


What is a slip of slope? 

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What is a slip of slope? 


inner bend of a meander where water flow is slack and deposition is very active. Deposition may form point bar at this side.


What is HDI (full form)?

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What is HDI (full form)?


Human Development Index


Name 4 water supply methids 

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Name 4 water supply methids 


1.Dams and reservoir (municipal water supply)

2.Wells and boreholes (ground water supply) 

3. Rain water harvesting, Gray/grey water recycling 

4. Desalination plants 

 


What are the indicators of HDI?

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What are the indicators of HDI?


1. GNI per capita 

2. Adult literacy rate

3. Life expectancy 


Name 4 renewable energy supply sources 

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Name 4 renewable energy supply sources 


1. Solar power

2. Wind power

3. Geothermal energy 

4.HEP, tidal power 

 


Characteristics of extensive farming

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Characteristics of extensive farming


1. Covers large areas of land

2. Inputs per unit of land is low. Yield is also low. 


What does a contour line depict?

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What does a contour line depict?


Altitude (height) of the land from the mean sea level 


What is isohyet?

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What is isohyet?


A line drawn on a map connecting points having equal rainfall at a certain time


Name of the instrument

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Name of the instrument


Anemometer 


What kinds of settlement pattern is this?

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What kinds of settlement pattern is this?


Linear settlement 


What kinds of relationship is displayed by this scatter graph?

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What kinds of relationship is displayed by this scatter graph?


Negative 


Why is random sampling good in certain cases?

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Why is random sampling good in certain cases?


1. It is no bias 

2. It increases the chance more diversified selection menas anybody or anything can be selected.


Name 4 instruments needed to perform river slope/ velocity survey

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Name 4 instruments needed to perform river slope/ velocity survey


1. Clinometer

2. Ranging Rod

3. Measuring tape

4. Stop watch or float 


What is a hypothesis?

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What is a hypothesis?


A statement that can be proved right or wrong on the basis of the experiment or investigation. 


What is a pilot survey?

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What is a pilot survey?


A mock survey before the actual one to test the questinnaire and instruments so that error can be minimized during the actual survey. 


Name 4 sources of river water pollution 

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Name 4 sources of river water pollution 


Rubbish or from litter
Domestic uses like washing of cloths, taking bath and human waste
Religious practices like disposal of dead bodies
Sewage and municipal waste water
Farm residues like fertilizers
Oil from boats and refineries
Cooling water from power stations
Acid rain and Eutrophication

Quickly mention the reasons for the location of the Hot desert (only the main points) 


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Quickly mention the reasons for the location of the Hot desert (only the main points) 


!. Rain Shadow effect

2. Cold ocean currents, therefore high pressure and less evaporation

3. Hadley cell, moisture holding capacity increases as the air decends  





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