The map shows part of the Middle-East.
(i)Name the country labelled X. Saudi Arabia
(ii)Name the source of energy with which country X is associated. Oil
(iii)Is the type of energy associated with country X renewable or non-renewable? Non-renewable
Which of the following are all examples of sedimentary rocks? [Tick (÷) the correct box.]
(i)Granite, limestone and quartzite÷
(ii)Granite, marble and quartzite÷
(iii)Marble, coal and sandstone÷
(iv)Sandstone, limestone and shale÷✔
The photograph shows limestone that has been weathered.
Circle the correct option in each of the statements below:
(i)This weathered limestone is called limestone footpath / limestone pavement. Limestone pavement
(ii)This feature is formed by chemical weathering / mechanical weathering. Chemical weathering
(iii)An example of this feature can be found in The Burren, Co. Clare / Giant's Causeway, Co. Antrim.
The Burren, Co Clare
River erosion and deposition
The diagram shows a river meandering. The statements below refer to the diagram.
One of the statements is correct. Tick (÷) the box opposite the correct statement.
The river is:
(i)Eroding at B and depositing at A÷
(ii)Eroding at B and depositing at C÷
(iii)Eroding at A and depositing at C÷✔
(iv)Eroding at C and depositing at D÷
The work of moving ice
Which of the following are all features of glacial erosion?
(i)Fjord, moraine, pyramidal peak÷
(ii)Arête, cirque, U-shaped valley÷✔
(iii)Boulder clay, cirque, hanging valley÷
(iv)Arête, cirque, drumlin÷
The work of the sea
Which of the following are all features of sea erosion?
(i)Blow hole, headland, tombolo÷
(ii)Blow hole, sea cliff, sea stack÷✔
(iii)Beach, sea arch, sea cave,÷
(iv)Beach, sand spit, tombolo÷
The map shows the location of each of three climate types.
Name the climate in each region shown in the spaces provided.
(i)The climate in region A: Tundra
(ii)The climate in region B: Hot Desert
(iii)The climate in region C: Equatorial
Examine the sketch maps labelled A, B and C.
(i)The type of settlement pattern shown in sketch map A is nucleated.
(ii)The type of settlement pattern shown in sketch map B is dispersed.
(iii)The type of settlement pattern shown in sketch map C is linear.
Industries sometimes do not move to new locations, even when changing locational factors suggest that they should do so. This is called:
(i) Industrial inertia÷✔
(ii) Industrial decline÷
(iii) Industrial relocation÷
(iv) Industrial infrastructure÷
Indicate which three of the statements below are true by ticking (÷) the correct box.
1.Heavy industries are usually located in industrial estates at the edges of cities or large towns.
2.Capital is the money required to set up and run a factory.
3.Factories are systems with inputs, processes and outputs.
4.Britain's iron and steel industry migrated from coastal locations to coal field locations.
5. A footloose industry is one that can be situated equally successfully in a wide variety of locations.
(i) 1, 2, 3÷
(ii) 2, 3, 4÷
(iii) 2, 3, 5÷✔
(iv) 3, 4, 5÷