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Avalanche And Climate Change Quiz: How Much You Know About Avalanche?

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Questions & Options


1. Which of the following major regions of Avalanches?

145741 Deforestation
145742 Earthquakes
145743 Higher Temperatures
145744 All of the above

2. Which are the man-made causes of Avalanches?

145745 Movements or Vibrations Produced By Machines
145746 Movements or Vibrations Produced By Explosives
145747 Deforestation
145748 All of the above-mentioned

3. In the northern hemisphere winter of 1950–1951 approximately___________ avalanches were recorded in a three-month period.

145749 469 avalanches
145750 694 avalanches
145751 649 avalanches
145752 964 avalanches

4. During World War-l estimated how many soldiers die as a result of avalanches?

145753 Estimated 40 to 80 soldiers
145754 Estimated 400 to 800 soldiers
145755 Estimated 4000 to 8000 soldiers
145756 Estimated 40,000 to 80,000 soldiers

5. The small Austrian village of Galtur was hit by the Galtur avalanche in:

145757 In 1966
145758 In 1969
145759 In 1996
145760 In 1999

6. Which of the following is the type of advance?

145761 Slab Avalanche
145762 Powder Snow Avalanche
145763 Wet Snow Avalanche
145764 All of the above-mentioned

7. Which is the symbol of Size Relative (Very small, relative to the path)?

145765 R1
145766 R2
145767 R3
145768 R4

8. Which is the symbol of Size Relative (Major or maximum, relative to the path)?

145769 R3
145770 R4
145771 R5
145772 R6

9. The word similar to avalanche?

145773 Barrage
145774 Brokerage
145775 Business
145776 None of these

10. Which are the deadliest avalanches in history?

145777 Yungay, Peru
145778 Tyrol, Austria
145779 Ranrahirca, Peru
145780 All of the above

11. Which is the most deadly avalanche?

145781 Huascarán avalanche
145782 White Friday
145783 Afghanistan avalanches
145784 Indian avalanches

12. Which Country Gets the Most Avalanches?

145785 India
145786 China
145787 New Zealand
145788 France
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