NABTEB 2018 GEOGRAPHY (PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL) QUESTIONS And ANSWERS/EXPO/DUBS/RUNZ

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(2a)
In a tabular form between local time and standard time.

Local time:
(i) Local time varies from one longitude to another at the rate of 4 minutes of our degree of longitude.
(ii) Local time varies from one place to another within a time zone.

Standard time:
(i) Standard time varies from one time zone to another in hourly basis of 15degree longitude to 1 hour.
(ii) It maintain central time for time zone in which they are.

(2b)
Longitude of Town y
Time difference = 1.00pm – 5.00am
= 16hours.
Concert 16hours to longitude
Since 15degree = 1
Therefore, 16hrs = 16×15 = 240degree
The longitude of town Y = 240degrees .

(2c) The four inoortance of soil are:
(i) It acts as a reservoir for air and water needed by soil-living organisms to survive.
(ii) Soil provide nutrients for plants and crops for Their continuous existence.
(iii) It is a source of raw materials.
(iv) It provides the only medium through Which agriculture is practiced, to provide food for man and animals.NABTEB 2018 GEOGRAPHY (PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL) QUESTIONS And ANSWERS/EXPO/DUBS/RUNZ

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(4a)
Mass wasting is the various ways in which weathered materials such as debris, loose gravel, mud and clay slide or move down slopes under the force of gravity.

(4b) The two types of mass wasting are:
(i) Soil creep: This is a slow, not noticeable downward movement of soil materials down a gentle slope. This movement is aided by water which acts as the lubricants which enables rock materials to creep over each other.
(ii) Rock fall: This occurs when large mass of rocks fall on a sleep cliff. This type of mass wasting is the most rapid OF all. If a rock fall goes on repeatedly for a longtime, the broken rocks collect at the base of the slope in a mound.

(4c)
(i) It may result in loss of life.
(ii) It can lead to loss of soil fertility.
(iii) It may result in property damage.
(iv) It produces a number of land forms such as ralus and scree soil.

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(5a)
GIS is an acronym of Geographic Information System. It is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyse, manage and present all types of geographical data.
Geographic data refers to any data which process locational characteristics. It refers to a group of data which can be collected and analysed in order to generate some basic geographical information.

(5b)
(i) Land survey: that is the measuring and mapping out of the position, size and boundaries of an area of land.
(ii) Satellite images.
(iii) Aerial photographic.

(5c)
(i) Provision of support for master data.
(ii) making of aerial and satellite imagery.
(iii) removal of distortion from other photographs.
(iv) determination of actual
Location of place.

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(6a)
(i) Engineering: The GIS is popularly used in the field of engineering by many a scientists.
(ii) Planning: The GIS is usually used by Urban and the regional planners in town and cities.

(6b)
(i) Defence Eg the military in the terrain analysis, battle field management etc.
(ii) Urban development.
(iii) Surveying.
(iv) Transport.

(6c)
(i) Census: Some elements of Gls are used in conducting population census in Nigeria. This is in the area of analysing the fact about population is size, revenue estimates, determination of level of unemployment.
(ii) Transport management: The Gls is an information system specializing in the input, management, analysis and reporting of geographical information on transport system.

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NABTEB 2018 GEOGRAPHY (PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL) QUESTIONS And ANSWERS/EXPO/DUBS/RUNZ

NABTEB 2018 GEOGRAPHY (PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL) QUESTIONS And ANSWERS/EXPO/DUBS/RUNZ
NABTEB 2018 GEOGRAPHY (PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL) QUESTIONS And ANSWERS/EXPO/DUBS/RUNZ
NABTEB 2018 GEOGRAPHY (PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL) QUESTIONS And ANSWERS/EXPO/DUBS/RUNZ
NABTEB 2018 GEOGRAPHY (PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL) QUESTIONS And ANSWERS/EXPO/DUBS/RUNZ
NABTEB 2018 GEOGRAPHY (PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL) QUESTIONS And ANSWERS/EXPO/DUBS/RUNZ
NABTEB 2018 GEOGRAPHY (PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL) QUESTIONS And ANSWERS/EXPO/DUBS/RUNZ
NABTEB 2018 GEOGRAPHY (PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL) QUESTIONS And ANSWERS/EXPO/DUBS/RUNZ

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