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a.) Distinguish between Gutenberg discontinuity and mohorovicic (moho).discontinuity. (2marks) *Kyo* b.) (i.) What is a Tsunami? (1 marks) *Kyo* (ii.) What are its effects in the areas it occurs. (2 marks) *Kyo* 2. a.) In the diagram shown below which area will be warmer. (1 mark*Kyo* b.) Give reasons as to why the area in (a.) above will be warmer. (3mks) *Kyo* 3. a.) Name the types of moraines marked X and Y (2 mark) *Kyo* b.) Explain how the moraine marked Y is formed. (2marks) *Kyo* c) (i) what is the name given to a river that has been captured by another. (1 mark) *Kyo* ii) How would you tell that a river capture has taken place. (2 marks) *Kyo* 4. (a.) Name two examples of cold ocean currents. (2 marks) *Kyo* (b.) How does the presence of cold ocean currents influence the climate of adjoining landmasses. (3 marks) *Kyo* 5. If you were to set up a weather station. a.) Name four basic weather recording instruments you would require. (2 marks) *Kyo* b.) State with reasons where you would locate each of the instruments named in. a.) Above. (2 mks) *Kyo* SECTION B. (Answer question 6 and any other TWO questions) Study the map of Silaloni (1:50,000) provided and answer the following questions.
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  • Spring '14
  • *Kyo*, Silaloni

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