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-The Climate of India is a subtropical monsoon.
2- The ‘reserved forest’ means reserved for commercial exploitation.
3-Northeastern monsoon is recognized as a season by the meteorological department of India.
4- Forest policy of govt. aims to bring 33% of total area, under forest.
5-Most of the floods in the lowlands of N. India, the Bihar plateau, and Odisha are associated with orographic rainfall.
6-Tropical Moist-deciduous forests vegetation is referred as Monsoon forest.
7-The wet hill forest is found in the Nilgiris.
8-The state Haryana has attained the dubious distinction of being a topper in the list with the highest encroachment of forest land.
9- The Riparian forest is found along the banks of rivers and other wetland.
10- Regur soil is best suited for cotton.
11-Peaty soil is found in Kerala.
12-Winter rains in North and North-West India are generally associated with the phenomenon of local thunderstorms.
13-Sal is a very important tree of Tropical dry deciduous forest
14- The regur is a Black soil found in the Deccan.
15-Regur soil has a marked capacity to retain water.
16-Alluvial soil is most suitable for cultivation of cereals.
17-The laterite soils develop under Wet tropical climate.
18-The soil formed by the deposition of silt brought by rivers is alluvial soil.
19- Sandy soil is very hard to cultivate.
20-The soil which is a mixture of sand, clay and silt is known as loamy soil.
21-Deforestation results in flora destruction, fauna destruction, and ecological disbalance.
22- Visakhapatnam is the Major port situated in Andhra Pradesh
23- Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala are in West coast.
24- West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu are in East coast
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