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Climate And Weather QUESTIONS

Exam NameClimate And Weather QUESTIONS
DescriptionClimate And Weather QUESTIONS and Answers exams contains the questions from various competitive exams.These questions are the part of previous year paper.These kind of questions would be helpful in preparing for exams like IAS, PCS, UPSC, NDA, CDS SSC, RRB, PSC, IBPS
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Question: Most of the phenomena related to weather take place in -

Answer:troposphere


Question: India is a tropical country but has a monsoonal climate because :

Answer:The Himalayas provide the barrier effect.


Question: The scientific study of weather conditions

Answer:METEOROLOGY


Question: The most important element of weather affecting agriculture in India is:

Answer:Rainfall


Question: The weather based crop insurance scheme was first implemented in:

Answer:Karnataka


Question: Climate change is caused by:

Answer:All the above


Question: Which of the following is not related to the astronomical Theories of climate change ?

Answer:Solar irradiance


Question: Which of the following is grown in the cold climate of Kashmir?

Answer:Saffron


Question: In which layer of the atmosphere do most weather phenomena occur ?

Answer:Troposphere


Question: Mediterranean climate is characterized by

Answer:Dry summer and humid winter


Question: As per the Koppen's scheme the Bhwh type of climate is found in

Answer:Rajasthan


Question: The soils characterised by the dominant influence of climate are known as

Answer:Zonal soils


Question: Who among the following geographers emphasized the predominant role of climate in human life?

Answer:Huntington


Question: In Koppen's classification of climate, the symbol Aw refers to

Answer:Tropical Savanna climate


Question: Which one of the following regions does not come under the Mediterranean type of climate ?

Answer:Eastern coast of South Africa