Image of a series of roads an intersections in New York State, with state routes “17” paper towns pdf download “206,” and villages or hamlets “Roscoe,” “Rockland,” and “Agloe. The town was designed as a “copyright trap” to be able to catch others who might copy their maps.
Agloe continued to appear on maps as recently as the 1990s, but has now been deleted. The book’s name is based on the several paper towns that Margo discovers and encounters while running away. An Imaginary Town Becomes Real, Then Not. This page was last edited on 14 January 2018, at 18:08.
UPSC Mains 2014 Geography optional papers contained 8 questions divided into two sections. Role of NGO, Pressure Grp. Illustrate your answers with suitable sketches, maps and diagrams wherever necessary. These shall be drawn in the space provided for answering the question itself.
Each paper has 3 hours and 250 marks. There are EIGHT questions divided in two Sections and printed both in HINDI and in ENGLISH. Candidate has to attempt FIVE questions in all. 1 and 5 are compulsory and out of the remaining, THREE are to be attempted choosing at least ONE question from each Section. Booklet in the space provided.
No marks will be given for answers written in medium other than the authorized one. Word limit in questions, wherever specified, should be adhered to. Attempts of questions shall be counted in chronological order. Unless struck off, attempt of a question shall be counted even if attempted partly. Discuss an account of the nature of biosphere as an ecosystem. State the uniqueness of the Eurasian Steppe Biome. State the concept of plate tectonics.
How does it help in explaining the formation of Himalayas and Appalachain Mountains. Describe the origin and development of thunderstorms with examples. Enumerate the major causes of increasing degradation of environment in hills and hillslopes, and state its down-valley impact. Discuss the nature and origin of Indian monsoon and recent techniques of its prediction. State the concept of erosion surfaces and highlight the factors responsible for their development. Give a critical account of reasons and consequences of marine pollution.