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- A contour is a line joining the places with equal heights.
2- The rain caused by whirling storms is called a Cyclonic rain.
3- There are two arms of the monsoon winds; One blows from the Arabian Sea and the other from the Bay of Bengal.
4- Clouds are formed by the water droplets gathering around minute dust particles.
5- By cooling water vapour changes into tiny water droplets.
6- The instrument used to measure rainfall is called a rain gauge.
7- Rivers or streams which join a bigger river are called its tributaries.
8- The land area along some rivers are flooded during heavy rains. It is called a floodplain.
9- Condensation– Process of changing water vapour into the water by cooling.
10- Humidity- The amount of invisible water vapour present in the atmosphere.
11- Precipitation– Different forms of condensation of water vapour. This may take place in the forms of dew, fog, rain, snow, hail etc.
12- Water Cycle– The cycle of water evaporating from the seas, becoming clouds in the sky, pouring down as rain and flowing down the slope on the land in the form of rivers and finally joining the sea.
13- The process of evaporation speeds up with the increase in temperature.
14- Acid rains are the combination of Carbonic acid, Sulphuric acid, Nitric acid with rainwater. Industrial waste gases containing Sulphuric acid, Nitrogen Oxide, Carbon-di-oxide get mixed with moisture and change into acids.
15- Nizam Sagar dam was built on Manjeera river.
16- Srisailam project is located in Kurnool district in Andhra Pradesh.
17- Kolleru lake is located in West Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh.
18- Prakasham barrage lies near Vijayawada and it was built on Krishna river.
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