# Question Bank Solutions for ICSE Class 8 - CISCE - Geography

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What do topographical maps show?

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Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet

What do you mean by eastings and northings in a topographical map?

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Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet

Mention features of a grid system of a topo sheet.

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Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet

Explain the two types of grid references.

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Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet

Which is the most common method of showing relief or elevation on topo sheets?

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Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet

List some basic characteristics of contour lines.

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Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet

How are topo sheets prepared for India?

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Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet

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Eastings and northings cross each other to form a square known as a ______.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet

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When referring to a grid, ______ are always stated first.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet

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A contour line is an imaginary line that connects all points having the same ______.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)

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In a grid system of a topo sheet, the lines that run vertically are called ______.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)

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Contour lines do not ______ one another.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)

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The contour lines of a hill are evenly spaced in the form of ______.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)
 Column A Column B 1 45D/7 a To begin reading at topo sheet 2 South-west corner b Depression 3 Δ217 c Gujarat 4 White portionin a topo sheet d Triangulated station 5 DEP e Barren land
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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)

The contour lines for this feature are evenly spaced in the form of concentric circles.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)

The contours for this feature are oval with contours close to each other indicating steepness.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)

This feature can be identified by a drop in height of the contours.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)

The green area in a topo sheet contains

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)

On the topographical map these water bodies are shown in black colour.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)

State whether the following are true or false

A contour line is an imaginary line that connects all points having the same temperature.

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Chapter: [0.01] Representation of Geographical Features
Concept: On the Basis of Topographical Sheet > Interpret Contours on the Sheet (Height, Shape)
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