Geography One-Liners for various competitive examinations
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Maximum questions come from Geography portion in different competitive exams.
Here are some important Geography one-liners for students competing for various exams
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1-L.A. Kosinski has developed the idea of the mobility transition.
2- The United States is the largest country in the western hemisphere in terms of population
3-Turkey is the largest country in South West Asia in terms of population.
4- South Africa has the largest concentration of Railways.
5- Mongoloid racial group has the largest number of members.
6- Ritter stated that the Earth is all inseparable organic whole
7-Among the Asian countries, the share of Singapore in the world exports is the highest
8- U.S.A. is the biggest exporter of soybeans in the world
9-Norway is the largest producer of electricity by wind power in the world
10-Laterite are the Soils that developed in humid tropical regions
11- Herring is the most important pelagic fish found in the North Sea adjacent to the U. K.
12-The transition zone between two Ecosystems is called Ecotone.
13-The daily and annual range of temperature is maximum in Savanna grassland.
14-Plants which lack true roots, stems and leaves are called Thallophytes.
15-The high altitude tropical forest which has dwarfed trees is known as Elfm forest.
16-In Equatorial region does rainfall occur throughout the year.
17- The fog is common around Newfoundland coast because warm and cold current meets.
18- Sirocco hot dust-laden wind is blowing from Sahara desert to Mediterranean region.
19-The tornadoes are very strong tropical cyclones originating in Caribbean sea.
20- The wind in the southern hemisphere is deflected towards left due to rotation of the earth.
21-A sea-breeze front is a weather front created by a sea-breeze, also known as Convergence zone
22-South Chile region receives the rainfall throughout the year due to westerly winds.
23-Westerlies winds are flowing from subtropical high pressure to subpolar low pressure.
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