GSEB Class 7 Conservation and Preservation of Resources

GSEB Class 7 Conservation and Preservation of Resources

GSEB Class 7 Conservation and Preservation of Resources | GSEB Class 7 Social Science Solutions | extra question and answers for gujarat board

 

Choose the correct alternative from the option given below to answer the following questions:

Into how many major groups resources are divided?

  • Two
  • Three
  • Four
  • Five

 

Which of the following are the means of irrigation?

  • Well
  • Canal
  • Lake
  • All

 

Where are the forests mainly found in India?

  • Gujarat
  • Assam
  • Andaman-Nikobar
  • Haryana

 

Which of the following bird is found in the desert of Kutch?

  • Ostrich
  • Flamingo
  • Snow-partridge
  • Penguin

 

Which special animal is found in Ladakh?

  • Yak
  • Ghudkhar
  • Fox
  • Cow

 

Answer the following in one sentence

 

What do the people of Sahara cultivate?

People of the Sahara desert grow date palm and thorny vegetation.

 

What is the name given to the earth’s crust made up of fragments of rock, gravel, and clay?

Regolith is the name given to the earth’s crust made up of fragments of rock, gravel, and clay.

 

Which is the main source of water?

The main source of water is rain.

 

Which animal is on the verge of extinction that is found in the rivers of Gujarat?

In Gujarat, an animal that is on the verge of extinction is the waterfowl.

 

Which region of India is known as small Tibet?

Ladakh is known as the small Tibet of India because of its cold desert climate.

 

Write a short note:

Desert of Kutch

There are two parts to the kutch desert: the little ran and the great ran of kutch. This desert, which is located in the Kutch district of Gujarat, lies to the northwest of Pakistan and to the northeast of Rajasthan. It is known that the region formed due to the lifting of the continental shelf. The white desert is another area located in this region, this region has a hot and dry climate.

 

Preservation of water resources 

One-third of the Earth is covered with water, but only 3% of it is potable. Water is a vital resource for daily human activities, industries, and agriculture.

Build more and more reservoirs, and make efforts to raise groundwater levels.

Updated: May 27, 2022 — 10:18 pm

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