CBSE Class 7 Geography - Human Environment Interactions

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CBSE Class 7 Geography - Human Environment Interactions

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Geo Human Environment Interactions The Tropical and the Subtropical Region

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1.Amazon river basin is the largest river basin of the :

(A) South America (B) Equatorial Region (C) World (D) None

2.Name the continent in which the Amazon Basin is located.

3.What are the crops grown by the Amazon people.

4.Name the bird that you are likely to find in the rainforests of the Amazon.

5.Whereare the one-horned rhinoceros found?

6.Which kind of forests are found in the Amazon Basin?

7.What are 'Maloca'?

8.What is population density?

9.Amazon basin is located in which continent?

10.What is a river basin?

11.What are the main crops of the Ganga - Brahmaputra plain?

12.Which river basin is the largest fertile river basin of the world?

13.What is the staple food of people who live in the Amazon basin?

(A) Wheat (B) Jowar (C) Manioc (D) Bajra

14.What do you mean by 'Maloca'?

(A) Large apartments like houses with a steep slanting roof. (B) Small thatched roof houses.

(C) Plastic houses (D) None of them

15.What is the staple diet of people living in the Ganga - Brahmaputra basin?

(A) Fish and rice (B) Fish and daal (C) Roti and daal (D) Roti and fish

16.On which river is Kolkata port situated?

(A) Betul (B) Tapi (C) Hooghly (D) Ganga

17.Which of the following steps are included in the Slash and burn agriculture process?

(i) Farmers clear a piece of land by slashing or cutting down the trees and bushes

(ii) The trees and bushes are burnt, which releases the nutrients into the soil

(iii) Crops are grown in the cleared field for a few years

(A) (i) and (ii) (B) (ii) and (iii) (C) (i) and (iii) (D) All of them

18.How did the life of the people of Amazon basin slowly changed?

(A) In 1970 the Trans - Amazon highway made all parts of the rainforest accessible.

19.Match the following from the code given below-

Column A Column B

A. Taj Mahal (i) On banks of river Yamuna

B. Kaziranga (ii) Lucknow

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