1.how small changes cause big things to happen
2. it makes us study
3.it helps us to watch everything closely
2.by encroaching the earth
3.by visiting the iceland
1.100 million years back
2.300 million years ago
3.200 million years ago
4.400 million years ago
1.1 million year old
2.2 million years old
3.half million-year-old carbon records
How were the Himalayas formed?
1.by a collapse in the Gondwana supercontinent
1.by telling the age of existence of human beings on the earth
2.by showing the global warming
3.by showing the imapcts of global warming
If we want to know our earth ,the human race and its past,present,and future where should we go?
Who is the author of the lesson?
2.depleting ozone layer
3.increasing global warming
1.cutting of trees
1.to melting glaciers
3.to stray dogs
What does the lesson revolve around?
1.It revolves around the world
3.children and their tour
4.the world’s most preserved place, Antarctica
1.Study of Northern Pole
2.Study of Southern Pole
3.Study of Antarctica Continent
What is phytoplankton?
1.to tour the world
2.to see the beauty of the earth
3.to know the geography more closely
4.to sensitize the young minds towards climatic change
What is there in Antarctica?
4.Fauna and flora
What was Gondwana?
1.An ancient tourist place
2.an ancient city in Antarctica
3.An ancient super continent
1.to make them travel
2.to make them see snow
3.to make them see white expanse in the form of ice
4. to enable them to think differently to save the planet
1.of relief and amazement
2.tired and fatigued
What wondered Tishani Doshi?
1.Beauty of the place
3.Beauty of balance on the earth
1.on southern pole
2.On Northern Pole
3.on Asia Continent
4.On Antarctica Continent
1.Tour and Travels
3.Know your earth
4.Students on Ice
Which program was the author a part of?
3.Students on Ice Program
1.The author's delight
4.Geoff Green's 'Students on Ice' programme
Who was Geoff Green?
1.Geoff was a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society and The Explorers Club.
4.A tourist guide
1.to make them tour the world
2.to make them enjoy
3.to make them feel relaxed
4.to make them understand their planet and respect it.
Why did the author visit Antarctica?
1.to have a better understanding of the planet
2. to see the white expanse
3.to enjoy the cold weather
1.because it was too far
2.because no human race or plants exist
3.crosses nine time zones, six checkpoints, three water bodies and many ecospheres to reach there.
1.because here one can see quickly melting glaciers and collapsing ice-shelves
2.because it is filled with snow
3.because it is away from urban rush
Why is Antarctica a restricted place?
1.because it's too cold
2.because of no life
3.because of snow
4.to protect the environment
Why is Antarctica completely pure?
1.Because of ice
2.because of avalanches
3.because of melting glaciers
4.because of non-existence of humans
1.because half million-year-old carbon records are trapped in its layers of ice.
2.because of layers of ice
3.because of cold
1.because of its arrangements
2.good travel facilities
3.good food arrangements
4.because of the life changing exposure to the youngsters
Why was Tishani Doshi filled with relief and wonder when she first set his foot on the continent?
1.to see its white expanse
2.to see its vastness and immense white expanse
3.to see the isolation from the rest of the world