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Geography is a field of science and an all-encompassing discipline. It is mainly devoted to the study of the lands, features, inhabitants, and phenomena of Earth, as well as their interrelationships. Geography can be subdivided into many broad categories, including geomorphology, glaciology, zoogeography, phytogeography, and human geography.
This geography knowledge test has been designed by the Arealme team with 30 questions in total, which are divided into six fields: cities, oceans, climates, population, flora & fauna, and land. The content is extensive and can test your comprehensive geography knowledge. As a geography fan, which area is your strength? Come and test it out!
This test consists of 30 questions, and the results are presented by means of a radar chart. The radar chart will show your comprehensive geography knowledge, subdividing it into six fields for you to clearly understand your score in each field.
A city is a large human settlement with extensive housing, transportation, utilities, commerce, communications, and more. The rapid urbanization of the past two centuries has greatly facilitated the interaction between people, governments, businesses, and even countries. Urban geography is a discipline that studies the formation, development, infrastructure, and distribution of cities (and towns). After emerging in the 19th century, urban geography became closely related to population geography and social geography.
The ocean is the cradle of marine life and an indispensable part of the ecological environment for human survival because it has rich biological, mineral, and medical resources. Oceanography is a discipline that studies the natural phenomena, properties, and changes of the ocean, as well as the development and utilization of the ocean.
Climate refers to the long-term weather pattern in an area, and its main meteorological variables include temperature, humidity, and precipitation. Climate is an important factor that affects human activities and shows stable patterns. Climatology is a discipline that studies the characteristics, distribution, and evolution of climate, as well as how climate affects humans.
Demography was founded by John Graunt as early as the 17th century, and it mainly studies the relationship and effect of population variables, economic and social development, and resource and environmental conditions.
Fauna and flora refer to animals and plants, which are an important part of the ecosystem and have economic, scientific, ecological, and aesthetic value. Animals and plants have always played a critical role in the survival and development of human beings—apart from constituting a rich and colorful nature. The disciplines that study animals and plants within geography are zoogeography and phytogeography.
Land generally refers to the part of the Earth's surface that is not submerged by water. Land is the most important place for human survival and development. On dry land, humans reproduce and cooperate to build their homes.