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

Exam Information

Material Type:Final
University:University of Maryland
Term:Spring 1993
  • Trunk Stream
  • Inceptisols
  • Phreatic Zone
  • Glacial Deposition
  • Continentality
  • Vadose Zone
  • Terminal Moraine
  • Exceptional
  • Polar Regions
  • Saturated Zone
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Dr. Kearney I. Multiple Choice 1. A parallel of latitude: a. is half of a circle b. runs north-south c. is a full circle Final Exam Geography 201 d. intersects other parallels of latitude at the poles Spring 1993 2. Which of the following is the most effective, common greenhouse gas? a. nitrogen b. carbon dioxide c. water vapor d. ozone Show below is an diagram of a soil profile, with three mineral horizons--the surface "0" horizons is omitted. Answer the next several questions using this diagram. layer "x" layer ''y'' 1 3. The soil horizon termed the illuvial horizon corresponds to which layer? a. "X" b. "y' c. liZ" d. none of the above 4. The soil horizon most likely to be highly organic in the average soil: a. "X" b. "y' c. liZ" d. none of the above 5. At site liZ" you would probably find: a. extensive soil development b. accumulation of podzolization materials c. little altered patrent material d. strongly expressed soil structure 6. ...

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