CSS :: Watershed and Range Management

1.  What are the helping factors of Watershed Management?
A. To cope with country's energy crises B. Appropriate funds must be allocated
C. Alternatives must be provided to the local community D. Evolve a long watershed policy for conserving the country's watershed
E. All of the above    

2.  What is the object of watershed management?
A. An increase in agricultural production which maintainsthe quantity of affordable food available to majority of population B. Increasing or maintaining standard of buying of growig population
C. Increasing Gross National Product and employment opportunities in all areas of nation D. Reduce siltation in the major reservoirs like Tarbela & Mangla Dams
E. All of the above    

3.  What is the strategy for watershed management?
A. The importace of integrating the resource bae and sound land use withing the web of the catchments making up Pakistan rivers B. The production of quality water at the right time & place is a extremely important function of uplans
C. There is little r public investment o projects relted to dams, irrigation, canals and road construcion except for governmental funded project D. All of the above

4.  The terms and definitions used in watershed management are:
A. Albedo B. Alluvial fans
C. Alluvium D. Aquiclude
E. All of the above    

5.  Albedo means :
A. The ratio of the amount of solar radiation (or visible range of radiation) reflected by a surface B. The amount incident on it, also expressed as a percentage
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

6.  Alluvial Fans means:
A. Where a stream flow into a larger main valley B. Suddenly free to spread out
C. The stream slow down, loses energy D. All of the above

7.  Material deposited by flowing water is called _______
A. Alluvium B. Alluvival Fans
C. Albedo D. None of these

8.  ______ is a formation which contains water but can not transmit it rapdly enough to furnish a significant supply to a well or spring.
A. Alluvium B. Alluvival Fans
C. Aquiclude D. Albedo

9.  A geologic formation which contains water and transmits it from one point to another in quantities sufficient to permit economic development is called ________
A. Aquifer B. Alluvival Fans
C. Aquiclude D. Albedo

10.  The basic components of watershed cycle are:
A. Precipitation B. Canopy interaction
C. Thorough fall D. Stem flow
E. All of the above    

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