WAEC GCE 2018 GEOGRAPHY PRACTICAL & PHYSICAL ANSWERS NOW AVAILABLE HERE

3ai)
i)Tropical (megathermal) climates
ii)Dry (arid and semiarid) climates
iii)Temperate (mesothermal) climates

3aii)
i)Temperature
ii)Rainfall

3b)
i)Tropical rainforest climate
ii)Tropical monsoon climate

3c)
-Tropical rainforest climate-
i)there is double
ii)temperature are highly and uniform throughout the year maxima
-Tropical monsoon climate-
i)temperature range is 6Β°c
ii)high temperature of about 27Β°c

4a)
Plateau is an area of a highland, usually consisting of relatively flat terrain that is raised significantly above the surrounding area, often with one or more sides with steep slopes.

4b)
This the upward movement in the Earths crust. The uplift is caused by the slow collision of tectonic plates. In other words volcanic plateau is formed by numerous small volcanic eruptions that slowly build up over time, forming a plateau from the resulting lava flows.

4c)
i)it help in hunting fish as employment
ii)It provides us with food materials
iii)it provide us raw materials for our industries.

(NUMBER 7)

(7a)
(i)Employment:-The mining of these minerals provides jobs for many people

(ii)Revenue generation:-Taxes paid by mining companies including export and import duties on minerals are sources of revenue to the government

(iii)Foreign exchange earning:-The export of minerals like petroleum coal , tin , etc provides foreign exchange for the country

(iv)Provision of essential goods:-Essential goods or products are derived from minerals eg petroleum provides kerosene etc.

(v)Raw material for industries:-Raw materials like limestones are used by cement industries;iron ore are used by iron and steel industry

(7b)

(i)inadequate skilled labour
(ii)poor transportation
(iii)difficult terrain
(iv)inadequate capital
(v)Depletion of reserves

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