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Q1. It is important to make small check dams across the flooded gullies because they-
i. Hold water for irrigation.
ii. Hold water and prevent soil erosion
iii. Recharge ground water
iv. Hold water permanently.
a. and (iv)
b. and (iii)
c. and (iv)
d. (ii) and (iv)
Q2. Floods can be prevented by-
a. Cutting the forests
c. Tilling the land
d. Removing the top soil
Q3. Expand the abbreviation or GAP
a. Governmental Agency for pollution control.
b. Gross Assimilation by photosynthesis
c. Ganga action plan
d. Government agency for animal protection
Q4. The quality of environment can be improved by-
b. Over use of natural environment
Q5. Select the eco-friendly activity-
a. Making use of car for transport
b. Making use of poly bags for shopping
c. Making use of dyes for colouring cloths
d. Making windmill to generate power for irrigation
Q6. The three R’S that will help us to conserve natural resources for long term use are
a. Reduce, reuse, recycle
b. Reduce, regenerate, reuse
c. Reduce, reuse, redistribute
d. Recycle, regenerate, reuse
Q7. Select the incorrect statement.
a. Forests provides variety of products
b. Forests have greater plant diversity
c. Forests do not conserve soil
d. Forest conserve water
Q8. Which of the following is an exhaustible natural resource?
a. Solar radiation
Q9. When was GAP started?
Q10. Who started chipko andalon?
a. AK Banerjee
b. Amrita devi bisni
c. Sundar lal Bahuguna
d. Medha patkart
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