Past Exam for GEOG 201 - GEOG ENVRN SYSTMS with Kearney at Maryland (UMD)

Exam Information

Material Type:Final
University:University of Maryland
Term:Fall 1993
  • Local Base Level
  • Downcutting
  • Concentrated
  • Field Capacity
  • Temperature
  • Fall Equinox
  • Exfoliation
  • Oligotrophic
  • Ultraviolet
  • Stratovolcanoes
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/ / / / ( / I Page 1 Final Exam Geography 201 Name Dr. M. S. Kearney Fall 1993 Part 1. Multiple Chollce. 1 point each. 1. When the moisture gradient in soils is upward throughout most of the year, which of the following soil forming processes would you expect to be dominant? a. podzolization b. salinization c. cum uliza tion d. decalcification 2. The trade winds are developed: a. in the midlatitllde zone b. at the centers of the subtropical highs c. along the ITZC d. between the subtropical highs and the equatorial trough 3. What happens to the rate of photosynthesis if the duration and intensity of sunlight (the photoperiod) are progressively increased? a. the rate of photosynthesis will increase indefinitely as long the photoperiod is increased b. the rate of photosynthesis will eventually accelerate at some point c. the rate of photosynthesis will eventually slow and decline as more and more carbohydrate is used by the plant itself d. the rate of ph...

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