Climate and Its Effect
Q. Winter in Gujarat is usually from December to February.
Q. In winters, Gujarat experiences a special kind of rainfall, called Mavthu.
Q. From a locational perspective, 'X' state lies in the Torrid Zone. The coastline of 'X' measures around 1600 kilometres. The main rivers of 'X' state are Tapi, Mahi, Sabarmati, and Narmada. What is 'X'?
Q. Gujarat experiences large variations in climate like very hot summers and cold winters. This is because a large percentage of the land of Gujarat lies in the _______ zone.
- Temperate zone
- Sub-Tropical zone
- Torrid zone
- Mediterranean zone
Q. Which of the following are the major climatic zones of the Earth?
- Temperate Zone
- Frigid Zone
- Arid Zone
- Torrid Zone
Q. A major part of Gujarat lies in which climatic zone?
- The Frigid Zone
- The Temperate Zone
- The Torrid zone
- The Arid Zone
Q. How do you define the term 'climate'?
- Climate is the average weather conditions of a place over a short period of time.
- Climate is the average weather conditions of a place over a long period of time.
- Climate is the weather conditions of a place on a particular time.
- None of the above
Q. Which of the following statements describe the climate of Gujarat?
- Gujarat experiences extremely hot summers and cold winters.
- Gujarat experiences mild summers and mild winters.
- The coastal areas of Gujarat experience more rainfall in winters.
- The coastal areas of Gujarat experience more rainfall during summers.
Q. How does climate affect the human life of a place?
- Climate does not affect human life.
- With the change in season, there is a change in food habits and clothing.
- There is migration of people observed due to climate change.
- There are changes in the variety of crops and fruits.
is the coldest month in Gujarat.