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Economic Geography Quiz Part 6

Economic Geography Quiz Part 6

  • Total Questions is 150
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126. Which regions is known as Fruit basket of the World

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127. Which among the following main agencies of buffer stocks of food grains

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128. Edward L. Ullman’s 1957 study on commodity flows to study spatial interaction and regional economic structure was based on economy of which country?

 

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129. The volume of traffic on the transport links can be measured

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130. Match List-1 with List-Il and select the correct answer from given below

List-I

(Organization)

List-II

(Headquarter)

A. WTO1. Kathmandu (Nepal)
B. ASEAN2. Brussels (Belgium)
C. OPEC3. Jakarta (Indonesia)
D. SAARC4. Geneva (Switzerland)
E. European Union5. Vienna (Austria)

Codes:

 ABCDE
A.52134
B.43125
C.43512
D.21534

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131. The longest railway network in the world is

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132. Who modified the crop combination method propounded by J.C. Weaver?

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133. The concept of economic rent and declining crop fertility is associated with

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134. Mixed farming means

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135. Match List – I with List – II and select the correct answer using the codes given below:

List – I   (Sectors)    List – II (Economic Activities)
A. Primary sector1. Business organisation
B. Secondary sector2. Cultivation
C. Tertiary sector3. Handloom textiles
D. Quaternary4. Transport services

Codes:

ABCD
A.1234
B.2341
C.2314
D.4321

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136. The number of persons expressed in terms of unit area of agricultural land is known as

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137. The location of paper industries is highly influenced by which one of the following factors?

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138. Who has, amongst the following geographers, defined Geography of Public Finance ‘who gets what, where, and at what cost’?

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139. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below:

List-I 

(Authors)                       

List – II

(Techniques)

(A) P.R. Gould(1) Croup – Combination Analysis
(B) E.L. Ullman(2) Concept of Economic Rent
(C) J.C. Weaver(3) Game Theory
(D) D. Ricardo(4) Flow Theory

Codes:

 ABCD
A.1243
B.3412
C.2341
D.4123

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140.  Which one of the following authors initiated concept of 'Isodapanes in space-economy?

 

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141. Which one of the following indices is used to indicate if the optimal location was closer to either raw material source or the market?

 

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Q.142 Match the economy types (List -I) with their characteristics features (List -II)

List -1

(Type of Economy)

List -II

(Characteristics features)

(A) Subsistence(1) Market competition as the primary force to shape production pattern
(B) Commercial(2) Self-sufficiency, low production, low density of population
(C) Intensive subsistence(3) Self-sufficiency, high production, high density of population
(D) Extensive subsistence(4) Little exchange of goods, only the limited need for markets.

 

Codes:

 

 ABCD
A.2314
B.4132
C.3241
D.1432

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Q.143. Arrange the following methods of delineating crop combination regions in order of their appearance:

(a) Doi's method

(b) Rafiullah's method

(c) Weaver's method

(d) Coppock's method

Choose the code from below:

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Q.144.. Who advocated the policy of deliberate unbalanced development?

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Q.145. The major occupation of the people of Mediterranean lands is:

 

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146. Alfred Weber’s approach to optimization of spatial process in industrial landscape was towards the search of:

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Q.147.  Match List-I with List–II and select the correct answer from the codes given below:

List-I (Year)List-II (Books)
I. 1826A. Theory of the Location of Industries
II. 1966B. The Economics of Location
III. 1954C. The Isolated State
IV. 1909D. Central places in Southern Germany

 

Codes:

 

 IIIIIIIV
A.BDCA
B.CDBA
C.ACBD
D.CBAD

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Q.148. Match List – I with List – II and select the correct answer using the codes given below:

List – I (Agricultural systems after Whittlesey)List – II (Countries)
I. Nomadic HerdingA. Brazil
II. Mediterranean AgricultureB. Morocco
III. Commercial Dairy FarmingC. New Zealand
IV. Livestock RanchingD. Mangolia

 

Codes:

 IIIIIIIV
A.BADC
B.ACBD
C.DBCA
D.CDAB

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149. Match the List-Iwith List - IIand select the correct answer from the code given below:

List-I     

(Whitlessey’ Agricultural Religions)     

List-II

(Name of Countries)

(A) Commercial Dairy Farming(1)  Argentina
(B) Commercial Grain Farming(2) Sri Lanka
(C) Nomadic Herding(3) New Zealand
(D) Commericial Plantations(4) Mangolia

 Codes:

 ABCD
A.3142
B.1234
C.4321
D.2413

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Q.150. Who among the followings has used for the first time the ranking coefficient method of agricultural productivity?

 

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UNIT-I
Economic Geography
 
  • Factors affecting spatial organisation of economic activities (primary, secondary, tertiary and quarternary),
  • Natural Resources (classification, distribution and associated problems),
  • Natural Resources Management.
  • World Energy Crises in Developed and Developing Countries.
 
Agricultural Geography 
 
  • Land capability classification and Land Use Planning,
  • Cropping Pattern: Methods of delineating crop combination regions (Weaver, Doi and Rafiullah), 
  • Crop diversification,
  • Von Thunen’s Model of Land Use Planning.
  • Measurement and Determinants of Agricultural Productivity,
  • Regional variations in Agricultural Productivity,
  • Agricultural Systems of the World.
Industrial Geography 
  • Classification of Industries, 
  • Factors of Industrial Location; 
  • Theories of Industrial Location (A. Weber, E. M. Hoover, August Losch, A. Pred and D. M. Smith). World Industrial Regions,
  • Impact of Globalisation on manufacturing sector in Less Developed Countries, 
  • Tourism Industry, 
  • World distribution and growth of Information And Communication Technology (ICT) and Knowledge Production (Education and R & D) Industries. 

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