PLCW
  • 1. Unique and special location in space notable for the fact that the regular activities of human beings occur there.
A) Terrain
B) Landscape
C) Area
D) Place
  • 2. Simply describes where a place is on a map whereas
A) Location
B) Geo
C) Place
D) Landscape
  • 3. Dynamic and subject to constant change in their material structure and meaning
A) Place
B) Location
C) Land
D) Landscape
  • 4. Visible features found in an area which encompasses all the types of landforms
A) Terrain
B) Land
C) Landscape
D) Place
  • 5. The term comes from the Dutch word
A) Land-i
B) Landing
C) Landschap
D) Landship
  • 6. The first scientist to write specifically of natural landscapes and cultural landscapes.
A) Leonardo Da Vinci
B) F. Magellan
C) Otto Schluter
D) Shi Khrus
  • 7. These are mainly unaffected by human activity and typical to the particular areas of the world.
A) Natural landscapes
B) Cultural Land
C) Cultural Landscape
D) Natural Land
  • 8. A landscape that people have modified is called a
A) Cultural Island
B) Cultural landscape
C) Cultural Land
D) Natural Land
  • 9. The World Heritage Committee of UNESCO (the United Nations Economic, Social, and Cultural Organization) defines a cultural landscape in _____ ways.
A) 2
B) 1
C) 3
D) 4
  • 10. Unique evidence of a pioneer form of agriculture in a difficult terrain. Coffee plantations in _________ ________
A) Cagayan
B) Sierra Maestra
C) Sierra Madre
D) Madre Cacao
  • 11. Types of Landscapes that formed by tectonic plates on the Earth’s surface pushing against each other.
A) Hilly Landscapes
B) Mountain Landscapes
C) Volcanos
D) Terrain Landscapes
  • 12. Shaped by the natural forces of the wind and waves
A) Ocean Landscapes
B) Postal Landscapes
C) Beach Landscapes
D) Coastal Landscapes
  • 13. Formed by a natural movement of water system such as river.
A) Riverlands
B) River Landscapes
C) Swampy Landscapes
D) Riverine Landscapes
  • 14. Covered about 1/3 of the Earth’s surface and contain some of the most uninhabitable regions on Earth.
A) Deserts
B) Savannah
C) Deserters
D) Void
  • 15. Located along the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn (the latitude lines to the north and south of the Equator)
A) Cold deserts
B) Hot deserts
C) Sexy Deserts
D) Tropic deserts
  • 16. Located closer to the Arctic and Antarctic Circles (the circles of latitude in the far north and far south).
A) Cold deserts
B) Hot deserts
C) Sexy Deserts
D) Tropic deserts
  • 17. Formed when easily dissolvable bedrock (rock below the surface of the land such as limestone) is worn away by slightly acidic water from an underground source on the Earth’s surface.
A) Oppai Landscapes
B) Karst Landscapes
C) Karl Landscapes
D) Marcus Landscapes
  • 18. Lush forests which can be found along the Equator. Rainforest landscapes receive lots of sunlight and rainfall at list 1500 millimeters per year. This abundance of rainfall and sunlight means that vegetation grows rapidly.
A) Karst Landscapes
B) Equidorian's rainforest
C) Tropical rainforest
D) Riverine Landscapes
  • 19. They provide evidence of the human settlement and occupation of an environment.
A) Built Landscapes
B) Geographic Landscapes
C) Craft Landscapes
D) Man-made Landscapes
  • 20. New Zealand’s first national park in 1887
A) Tongariro
B) Tango
C) Mangolic
D) Konggo
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