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Pebble transport by rivers, sand drift over desert surfaces, soil blowing over fields are examples of which of the following phenomena?

Pebble transport by rivers, sand drift over desert surfaces, soil blowing over fields are examples of which of the following phenomena? [A]Deposition [B]Saltation [C]Attrition [D]Siltation Show Answer Saltation

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Mushroom rocks or Rock pedestals or Zeugen are one of the most striking manifestations of __?

Mushroom rocks or Rock pedestals or Zeugen are one of the most striking manifestations of __? [A]Water Erosion [B]Wind Erosion [C]Gravity Erosion [D]River Deposition Show Answer Wind Erosion

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Which is the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust?

Which is the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust? [A]Aluminium [B]Nickel [C]Iron [D]Silicon Show Answer Aluminium Aluminum is the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust, and the third most abundant element therein, after oxygen and silicon. It makes up about 8% by weight of the Earth’s solid surface. Earth’s crust occupies less than ..

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Which of the following is a key geographical feature of Western Australia?

Which of the following is a key geographical feature of Western Australia? [A]Inselbergs [B]Coral Reefs [C]Black Swamps [D]Barchans Show Answer Coral Reefs

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In which of the following ecosystems, the annual average rate of net plant production is highest?

In which of the following ecosystems, the annual average rate of net plant production is highest? [A]Temperate Grasslands [B]Temperate Forests [C]Savannah [D]Swamps and Marshes Show Answer Swamps and Marshes Thus tropical ecosystems, Swamps and Marshes, and Estuaries generally have highest net production.

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