Question 1 and 2 are compulsory

1. COMPULSORY MAPWORK QUESTION

Study the 1:50,000 EAST AFRICA (UGANDA) KATUNGURU Map extract part of Sheet 76/1, Series Y732, Edition 4 – USD and answer the questions that follow.

a) State the:

i) man-made feature found at grid reference 801812.

ii) bearing of Lake Kyamwiga (grid reference 820800 from Hipo pools grid reference 710890).

b) Draw a cross-section along Northing 76 from Easting 74 Easting 82 and on it mark and label:

i) any three land form features,

ii) any two drainage features,

iii) all weather road.

c) Describe the:

i) relief of the area shown on the map

ii) relationship between relief and drainage.

d) Explain the value of the craters to the national economy.

2. COMPULSORY PHOTOGRAPH INTERPRETATION QUESTION

Study the photograph provided below and answer the questions that follow

 

a) Draw a landscape sketch of the area shown in the photograph and on it, mark and label any:

i) two relief features

ii) three types of land use

b) Describe the relationship between relief and human activities in the area shown in the photograph.

c) What evidence is there to suggest that the land use activities in this area are planned?

d) Giving reasons for your answer, suggest one area in East Africa where this photograph could have been taken

SECTION B

Answer one question from this section

3. a) Differentiate between block disintegration and exfoliation.

b) Account for the occurrence of physical weathering in East Africa.

4. Explain the causes and effects of river rejuvenation in East Africa.

5. Account for the formation of glacial erosional landforms in East Africa.

SECTION C

Answer one question from this section

6. a) Describe the characteristics of tropical cyclones

b) Explain the weather conditions associated with tropical cyclones

7. Examine the influence of altitude on vegetation zonation in the highlands of East Africa.

8. a) Describe the characteristics of a fully developed soil profile

b) Explain the factors which influence soil profile development in East Africa.

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