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1.

____________is situated
on the South-East end of
the High plains of
Hausaland

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2.

Nigeria has the largest area
of mangrove forest in Africa
with an estimate of
___________km2.

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3.

About ------- million sq km of
land have become
desertified in the past 50
years.

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4.

___________ may be
described as the amount of
solar radiation falling upon
an environment per unit
area

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5.

Between 1975 and
Nigeria's vegetation
witnessed sharp loss.

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6.

region is known for heavy
rain fall that encourages
leaching and erosion.

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7.

Climate determines the way
the __________ of an
ecosystem will look

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8.

__________ is defined as
the physical characteristics
of the troposphere of an
area based on analysis of
its weather over at least 30
years.

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9.

In Nigeria the average
animal sunshine hours has
been reported to be
_______ in the south

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10.

Solar radiation is most often
measured indirectly by
using

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11.

The year that Okonkwo
took eight hundred seed
yams from
was the worst year in living
memory

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12.

__________ can be located
in the far northeast of
Nigeria occupying part of
Yola and Maiduguri.

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13.

Less than
% of the solar constant
pass through the
atmosphere and arrive at
the earth's surface

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14.

___________is a method in
which a part of a stream,
river is depened, widened
or straightened to allow
more rapid runoff.

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15.

In the biosphere almost all
energy is from the
__________.

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16.

_______ and ________
are two types of Quaternary

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17.

_________% of the fresh
water are locked up in ice
caps or glaciers or buried
so deep that it costs so
much to extract

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18.

The total brackish area is
about _________km2

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19.

Pleistocyne and
are two types of Quaternary

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20.

Between 1975 and
_________, Nigeria's
vegetation witnessed sharp
loss.

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21.

Nigeria is located in the
_________ of Africa

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22.

___________ may be
defined as a body of water,
which moves over and
above an area of land,
which is not normally
submerged

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23.

Nigeria occupies a
landmass of ___________
sq. kms.

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24.

may also be defined as the
gradual removal of rock or
soil particles from its initial
deposit by the means of
wind, waves, water,
glaciers, soil slope or by
human activities

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25.

_____________ is the
largest vegetation cover in
Nigeria extending over
about 50% of the total
landmass

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26.

Climate change is real in
Nigerian environment

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27.

The sun being the source of
solar radiation has been
described by some
scientists as a gigantic
fireball of ______% helium.

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28.

Temperature on the surface
of the sun has been
estimated to be over

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29.

A very small fraction of
about
% is captured by green
plants, bacteria,
andstimulates the process
of photosynthesis

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30.

Solar radiation is most often
measured indirectly by
using ___________ .

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31.

is defined as the physical
characteristics of the
troposphere of an area
based on analysis of its
weather over at least 30
years.

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32.

___________ are
prominent residual rockmass which are often
remnants of erosion can be
found around old hard
rocks

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33.

s the largest vegetation
cover in Nigeria extending
over about 50% of the total
landmass.

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34.

About ______% of the solar
energy reaching the
troposphere is reflected
back into space by clouds,
chemicals,dust and the
earth's land and water
surface.

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35.

A unit where the
relationship of living
organisms is studied is
referred to as _________.

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36.

___________ stated that
the barrier lagoon complex
grades eastward into a mud
beach in the vicinity of
Lekki Lagoon

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37.

We don't find rain forest for
instance in _________

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38.

A very small fraction of
about _________% is
captured by green plants,
bacteria, andstimulates the
process of photosynthesis.

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39.

Continental shelf is small in
size averaging 20-25km in
width in _________.

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40.

Sudan Savanna's mean
annual rainfall is between
__________mm

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41.

The _______ plateau is
another area where
inselbergs can be found.

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42.

___________ region is
known for heavy rain fall
that encourages leaching
and erosion.

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43.

The mean annual rainfall of
Sahel savanna was
reported to be
_________mm and long
dry seasons between seven
to eight months.

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44.

can be located in the far
northeast of Nigeria
occupying part of Yola and
Maiduguri.

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45.

Over ______% of Nigeria's
original forest were lost due
to unplanned land use.

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46.

The savanna zone
occupies about ________%
of the land surface of
Nigeria.

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47.

The saline swamps of the
Niger delta occupies
________ hectares

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48.

The high plains of
__________is the largest
size topographical feature
in the Nigerian
Environment.

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49.

________plateau has
Tertiary to Recent
volcanism which formed a
distinct region of basaltic
lava flows, volcanoes and
vents at various stages of
erosion

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50.

Less than ______% of the
solar constant pass through
the atmosphere and arrive
at the earth's surface.

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51.

may be described as the
amount of solar radiation
falling upon an environment
per unit area

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52.

_______and embankment
can reduce the possibility of
water overflowing into
nearby floodplains. It could
be permanent or temporary
such as sandbags placed
when a flood is imminent

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53.

The Continental shelf
streaches ______km
offshore Calabar in the
east.

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54.

In Nigeria the average
animal sunshine hours has
been reported to be
in the south

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55.

Quaternary began around
million years ago

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56.

____________stretches
(around Imo to Calabar)
specifically from Imo River
to Calabar River estuary at
the Nigeria/Cameroun
borders.

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57.

The amount of solar
energy, that gets to the
outer atmosphere of the
earth is called
the____________

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58.

Continental shelf measures
about _______km off cape
Formoso at the nose of the
Niger Delta

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59.

Only _______% of the
earth's total volume of
water is easily assessable
to us.

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60.

Forest occupies about
_______% of Nigeria

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61.

The mean annual rainfall of
Sahel savanna was
reported to be
mm and long dry seasons
between seven to eight
months.

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62.

The paucity of sand on
__________ beach and
environs is attributed to
sediment loss to Avon and
Mahin sub-marine canons
off the delta toe

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63.

and embankment can
reduce the possibility of
water overflowing into
nearby floodplains. It could
be permanent or temporary
such as sandbags placed
when a flood is imminent.

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64.

It was mentioned that the
mud beach extends
for_______km and
terminates at the Benin
river mouth on the
northwest Flank of the
Niger Delta

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65.

The year that Okonkwo
took eight hundred seed
yams from _________ was
the worst year in living
memory.

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66.

__________ is a period
which is referred to as the
present geological period
that followed the tertiary
period

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67.

We don't find desert
encroachment in
_________

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68.

Sudan Savanna's mean
annual rainfall is between
510 and
_mm

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69.

__is a method in which a
part of a stream, river is
depened, widened or
straightened to allow more
rapid runoff

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70.

___________is the
Northern most part of the
savanna belt in Nigeria,
aside the Sahel in the far
northeast.

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71.

Over
% of Nigeria's original forest
were lost due to unplanned
land use.

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72.

The sun being the source of
solar radiation has been
described by some
scientists as a gigantic
fireball of
% helium

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73.

The amount of solar
energy, that gets to the
outer atmosphere of the
earth is called the

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74.

s a period which is referred
to as the present geological
period that followed the
tertiary period

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75.

The __________ is
underlain by young
sedimentary rocks with
most of them possessing
plain tops and a largelayer
of indurate ironstone.

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76.

may be defined as a body
of water, which moves over
and above an area of land,
which is not normally
submerged

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77.

Quaternary began around
______ million years ago

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78.

The Niger Delta coast
extends from the mouth of
the ________river, to the
mouth of the Imo River in
the east

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79.

Temperature on the surface
of the sun has been
estimated to be over
________

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80.

defined the environment as
the sum total of the
condition within which
organisms live

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81.

The sun being the source of
solar radiation has been
described by some
scientists as a gigantic
fireball of _______%
hydrogen.

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82.

__is the Northern most part
of the savanna belt in
Nigeria, aside the Sahel in
the far northeast.

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83.

The vegetation belt in
Nigeria are determined by
_________ factors.

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84.

_________ may also be
defined as the gradual
removal of rock or soil
particles from its initial
deposit by the means of
wind, waves, water,
glaciers, soil slope or by
human activities.

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85.

About
% of the solar energy
reaching the troposphere is
reflected back into space by
clouds, chemicals,dust and
the earth's land and water
surface.

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86.

Derive Savanna covers an
area of about _________
sq.km about 8% of the
country

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87.

The Sokoto plain is in the
far __________ of Nigeria
and is made of sedimentary
rocks.

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