Difference of renewable and non-renewable sources of energy.
What is eco- tourism
This refers to tourism which involves the environmental conservation – This is sustainable tourism.
Ecotourism is defined as responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment, sustains the well-being of the local people, and involves interpretation and education
State four factors influencing distribution of wildlife in E. Africa
Name any two fishing grounds of the world.
List three factors that influenced the location of Mwea Tabere Scheme
Name three types of farming
Name three types of indigenous beef cattle
Name three main factors that can influence Agriculture.
KCSE Geography Paper 2 2001 Section B Question 9.
(a) (i) Apart from water and air pollution, name two other types of pollution.
(ii) Identify three ways through which water is polluted
(iii) Explain three effects of air pollution on the environment
KCSE Geography Paper 2 2001 Section B Question 8.
Below a sketch of the map of the great lakes- St. Lawrence Seaway. Use it to answer question (a).
(a) Name (i) The lake marked L
(ii) The waterfall marked M
KCSE Geography Paper 2 2001 Section B Question 7.
Use the map of East Africa below to answer questions
(a) Name the towns marked P,Q and R
(b) (i) Explain three physical factors that influence the location of Mombasa
KCSE Geography Paper 2 2001 Section B Question 6.
Study the photograph below and use it to answer questions (a)
(a) (i) Name the type of photograph shown
(ii) Draw a rectangle measuring 15cm to 10cm to represent the area of photograph.
KCSE Geography Paper 2 2001 Section A Question 5.
Give three effects of liberalization of the oil industry in Kenya.
KCSE Geography Paper 2 2001 Section A Question 4.
(a) Name two districts in the rift valley province of Kenya where Merino sheep are reared.
(b) Compare sheep farming between Kenya and Australia.
KCSE Geography Paper 2 2001 Section A Question 3.
(a) State three physical problems experienced by farms at Mwea- Tembere irrigation.
(b) Outline methods that were used to rehabilitate land in the Tennessee valley in the United States of America (USA).