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Unformatted text preview: Geography 1F9l Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 1 of 12 Name: ___________.___.____. Student #: BROCK UNIVERSITY Progress Exam: ~ July 2009 ‘ Number of Pages: 13 Course: Geography 1F91 Number of Students: 90‘ Date of Examination: Friday, July 10, 2009 Number of Hours: 3 Time of Examination: 19:00-22:00 Instructor: J. Maclachlan No examination aids other than those specified on the examination scripts are permitted (this regulation does not preclude special arrangements being made for students with disabilities). Translation dictionaries (e.g. English—French) or other dictionaries (thesaurus, definitions, technical) are not allowed unless specified by the instructor and indicated on the examination paper. Answer all questions on the Examination Script. Please ensure that your name and student number are on every page that you intend to have marked. PART A MULTIPLE CHOICE AND LIST QUESTIONS — 16 QUESTIONS, 1 MARK EACH (28 MARKS). FILL IN THE BLANK ANSWERS MAY BE MORE THAN ONE WORD. 1. Which of the following is not a type of geologic plate margin? a. Divergent b. Transform c. Transit d. Convergent 2. The time from high tide to high tide is approximately how long? a. 6 1/4 hours b. 12 1/2 hours 0. 24 hours d. 25 hours 3. The removal of loose particles from the ground is termed a. abrasion b. ablation c. deflation d. blowout Geography 1F91 Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 2 of 12 Name: _.______.._______—_______ Student #: 4. lO.A 11. A trough like downbend of strata is a(n) , and the archlike upbend next to it is a(n) a. anticline, syncline b. incline, geosyncline c. syncline, anticline d. geosyncline, incline Of the following locations, which is not covered with an ice sheet? a. north pole b. south pole c. Greenland d. Antarctica What percentage of household water use is generally for laundry? a. 4% b. 37% c. 47% d. 18% Of the following, which is not a constituent of living matter that moves through the gaseous cycles? a. oxygen b. nitrogen c. chlorine d. carbon A level 2 consumer what percentage of the stored energy from the original producer is retained? a. 100% b. 10% c. 1% d. 0.1% An intrusive igneous rock cools at depth to produce a fine grain size texture? a. true b. false is a platelike pluton formed when magma forces its way between two existing rock layers. a. pluton b. fracton c. dike d. sill CIRCLE B, relax and carry on. a. wrong b. correct c. wrong d. wrong Geography 1F91 Thursday, July 10, 2009 _ Page 3 of 12 Name: _______.__—_ Student #: List Questions (1 mark per correct response for a total of 17): 12. List three Aeolian Landforms: 13. List four factors that control the speed of a glacier: 14. Give one example of each of the following: Igneous Intrusive rock Igneous Extrusive rock Sedimentary rock 15. What are three sources of information for past atmospheric conditions? a. b. l6. List any four glacial landforms (you CANNOT use drumlin): Geography 1F91 Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 4 of 12 Name: _.___________——_ Student #: PART B: DEFINITIONS - ANSWER 4 OF 6 Questions, 3 MARKS EACH (12 MARKS) Drumlin: Lake: Geography 1F91 Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 5 of 12 Name: —__._.__.._______— Student #: Primary Producer: Mutualism AND Symbiosis (must include an example for each): Geography 1F91 Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 6 of 12 Name: _________—__________— Student #: Mass Wasting: Longshore Drift: Geography 1F91 Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 7 of 12 Name: —___—_.___—_ Student #: PART C: SHORT ANSWER ANSWER FIVE (5) QUESTIONS 5 MARKS EACH (25 MARKS) Use only the sheet of paper provided for each question. You may write on the back. Be sure your name and student number are on ALL of your answers that you want to be marked. 1. Using a diagram and one sentence explain the process of the hydrologic cycle. OR What is the rock cycle? Explain using a diagram. Geography 1F91 Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 8 of 12 Name: _______________—___—— Student #: 2. Discuss weathering. Describe the types, give examples and explain how climate can alter the rate of weathering. OR What is permafrost? Describe using a short explanation (three sentences or less) and a diagram illustrating the major aspects of permafrost. Geography 1F91 Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 9 of 12 Name: ___.._.....___..____—__—.._—__— Student #: 3. How can glacial landforms be used to determine the direction of ancient glaciers? Use at least three specific landform examples in your answer. OR a. How do typical mountain glaciers form? (3 marks) b. How do typical mountain glaciers move? Use a diagram with your answer. (2 marks) Geography 1F9l Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 10 of 12 Name: __.___________—_ Student #: 4. Draw a typical flood plain. Be sure to include and label all relevant landforms. Also point out areas of erosion and areas of deposition. OR a. What is a drainage basin? Answer using a diagram and one sentence. (3 marks) b. Why is it important to understand drainage basins when considering water pollution? (2 marks) Geography 1F91 Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 11 of 12 Name: __________—__— Student #: 5. Explain how bays and headlands are formed in coastal regions (you must use a diagram)? OR What is a hydrograph (answer in three sentences or less)? Draw a typical hydrograph and which illustrates a time- period ranging from the beginning of a storm event to a time when the stream/river falls back to normal levels. Geography 1F91 Thursday, July 10, 2009 Page 12 of 12 Name: —_____—___ Student #: BONUS QUESTION (FILL IN THE BLANK): There are three types of rivers. Braided, Meandering and ...
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