Climatic Classification - SS2 Geography Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1

What is the Greek classification of climate primarily based on?

A

Temperature and precipitation

 

B

Latitude and altitude

 

C

Wind patterns and ocean currents

 

D

Human activities

 

CORRECT OPTION: a
2

Which zone in the Greek classification is known for its high temperatures and abundant rainfall?

 

A

Torrid zone

 

B

Temperate zone

 

C

Frigid zone

 

D

Polar zone

 

CORRECT OPTION: a
3

In the Köppen climate classification, what does the letter 'B' represent?

A

Tropical climates

 

B

Dry climates

 

C

Mild temperate climates

 

D

Continental climates

 

CORRECT OPTION: b
4

Which Köppen subcategory represents regions with distinct wet and dry seasons?

 

A

Am

B

Aw

C

Bw

D

Cs

CORRECT OPTION: b
5

What does the Köppen subcategory 'Cw' typically describe?

 

A

Tropical savannas

 

B

Subtropical climates

 

C

Mediterranean climates

 

D

Steppe regions

 

CORRECT OPTION: d
6

In the Köppen classification, which category includes extremely cold, polar regions?

 

A

A - Tropical Climates

 

B

B - Dry Climates

 

C

C - Mild Temperate Climates

 

D

E - Polar Climates

 

CORRECT OPTION: d
7

Which Greek zone encompasses the areas near the equator?

 

A

Torrid zone

 

B

Temperate zone

 

C

Frigid zone

 

D

None of the above

 

CORRECT OPTION: a
8

Which Köppen subcategory describes regions with warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters?

 

A

Cw

B

Cs

C

Df

D

Bw

CORRECT OPTION: b
9

What is the primary factor influencing the Greek classification of climate?

 

A

Temperature variations

 

B

Solar radiation

 

C

Ocean currents

 

D

Wind patterns

 

CORRECT OPTION: b
10

Which Köppen subcategory is characterized by extremely dry and hot conditions?

 

A

Am

B

Aw

C

Ds

D

Bw

CORRECT OPTION: c
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