Kerala PSC Geography Question and Answers - 32

  1. Which type of plains are formed by the horizontally bedded rocks

  2. The Russian Platform, the Great Plains of USA are examples of

  3. Which plains are formed by the deposition of materials brought by the various agents of transportation

  4. The alluvial plains, flood plains and deltaic plains are examples for

  5. The Ganges delta is an example for which type of plain

  6. The outwash plains are formed by the activity of

  7. Which agents work behind the formation of coastal plains

  8. The work of which agent results in the formation of loess plateau

  9. What is the name of the plains carved by the agents of erosion

  10. Which type of plains are also known in the name of 'Peneplains'

  11. When the visibility of a celestial body is prevented or reduced by the passage of a second body, the occurrence is called

  12. When one celestial body appears to move across the face of another celestial body, hiding a small part of it, it is known as ___

  13. The last transit of the planet Mercury occurred on ____

  14. The last transit of the planet Venus was on ____

  15. What is the name of the darkest portion of the shadow cast during an eclipse?

  16. The partial shadow surrounding the umbra is known as ___

  17. What causes tides on the Earth?

  18. What is the interval between two high tides?

  19. When the Earth, Moon and the Sun are in the same straight line, the resulting high tides are known as ____

  20. In which month is the highest spring tides are produced?

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