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 Earth is known as a watery planet as it is the only planet containing water in abundance.
2-Oceans are huge bodies of water generally separated by continents.
3- The bottom of the sea is not a flat surface. It consists of Hills, Mountains, Plateaus, Plains, and trenches etc.
4- 71% of the Earth is occupied by Seas and Oceans.
5- Rising and falling of water on the surface of the ocean are called waves.
6- Rhythmic rise and fall of the water in the oceans every day are called Tides.
7- Ocean water is always Saline. It contains several minerals salts dissolved in it.
8- Trenches– A big depression at the bottom of the sea.
9- Currents– The streams which flow constantly in a definite direction on the surface of the ocean.
10- The warm currents flow from the equatorial region towards the poles.
11- The cold currents flow from the poles towards the equatorial regions. These are mainly caused by the prevailing winds, differences in temperature and salinity of the ocean water.
12- Freshwater fish come from Stream, Lakes, and Tanks.
13- The different coastal districts in Andhra Pradesh are Krishna, East Godavari, West Godavari, Guntur, Prakasham, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, and Visakhapatnam.
14- Pervious rock– Rocks which allow water to go down into the soil.
15- Impervious rock– Rocks which prevent water to go down into the earth.
16- Aquifer– The layer of water which accumulates under the ground among rocks.
17- Megalithic age– It’s time period during which huge stone structures were built.
18- Percolate– Process of water mixing with the soil.
19- Tanks were built during the time of Megaliths 2800 years ago.
20-Kakatiya and Vijayanagar Kings and Nayakas built a large number of tanks in Telangana and Rayalaseema.
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