1. Western disturbances cause rainfall in _________.
d) Madhya Pradesh
2. _________ helps in quick ripening of mangoes along the coast of Kerala and Karnataka.
c) Mango showers
d) Jet stream
3. _________ is a line joining the places of equal rainfall.
4. Climate of India is labelled as _________.
a) Tropical humid
b) Equatorial Climate
c) Tropical Monsoon Climate
d) Temperate Climate
5. The monsoon forests are otherwise called as _________.
a) Tropical evergreen forest
b) Deciduous forest
c) Mangrove forest
d) Mountain forest
6. Sesahachalam hills, a Biosphere reserve is situated in _________.
a) Tamil Nadu
b) Andhra Pradesh
c) Madhya Pradesh
7. _________ is a part of the world network biosphere reserves of UNESCO
c) Great Nicobar
1. Sundarbans — Desert and semi desert vegetation
2. Biodiversity hotspot — October - December
3. North east monsoon — Littoral forest
4. Tropical thorn forests — West Beangal
5. Coastal forests — The Himalayas
1. Sundarbans — West Beangal
2. Biodiversity hotspot — The Himalayas
3. North east monsoon — October - December
4. Tropical thorn forests — Desert and semi desert vegetation
5. Coastal forests — Littoral forest
1. Assertion(A): The Himalayas acts as a climatic barrier.
Reason(R): The Himalayas prevents cold winds from central Asia and keep the Indian Sub-continent warm.(Give option for this questions)
a) Both (A) and (R) are true: R explains A
b) Both (A) and (R) are true: R does not explain A
c) (A) is true (R) is false
d) (A) is false (R) is true
1. Tidal forests are found in and around____.
(b) The deltas of Ganga and Brahmaputra
(c) The delta of Godavari
(d) The delta of Mahanadhi
2. Climate of India is affected by__________.
(a) Latitudinal extent
(c) Distance from the sea