Enp 2018 Set 7 PPT

  1. According to Serote, land definition has 5 senses?

    I. Common sense
    II. Legal sense
    III. Economic sense
    IV.Ecological
    V. Sixth sense




    D. I,II,III,IV
  2. According to Serote, concept of land use planning evokes the following?
    I. LAND
    II. CLUP
    III. LAND USE
    IV. LAND USE PLANNING




    D. I.III.IV
  3. On the global scale, the solid portion of the earth has how many percent?




    C. 32
  4. When urban land is to be used as a site, it attributes to the land parcel to critical importance:

    I. LOAD BEARING CAPACITY
    II. LOCATION
    III. CLIMATE
    IV. LAND




    A. I.II
  5. The 5 determinants of urban land value formulated by eugene f. Brigham refer to...

    I. ACCESSIBILITY
    II. AMENITY
    III. TOPOGRAPHY
    IV. UTILIZATION
    V. HISTORY FACTOR
    VI.CLIMATE




    C. I.II.III.IV.V
  6. In serote's concept of land use planning, in his economic sense, land used as site is more profitable than land used as....




    D. SOLID
  7. The Serote's broad concepts of land refer to....
    I. NATURAL RESOURCE
    II. ECONOMIC GOOD
    III. PROPERTY
    IV. TERRITORY
    V. LAND USE




    C. III.IV.V
    C. I.II.III.IV
  8. How many numbers of site or area characteristics that make a prized location for residential development as enumerated by Homer Hoyt in this book of Serote?




    C. 8
  9. The distinctive colors of Serote as mentioned in his PPT book are the following:
    I. Green
    II. Blue
    III. Red
    IV. Yellow
    V. Brown




    B. I.II.V
  10. The socio-economic is represented by ________ color.




    B. Yellow
  11. In Serote’s broad concepts of land, it conceives as any as the ff…

    I. Natural Resource
    II. Economic Good
    III. Property
    IV. Territory
    V. Weather




    B. I.II.III.IV
  12. Who defines that state-sovereignty as a double claim, inward and outward?




    C. Immanuel Wallerstein
  13. It is the assertion that within its boundaries the state may pursue whatever policies it deems wise, decree whatever laws it deems necessary, and that it may do this without any individual, group or sub-state structure inside the state having the right to refuse to obey the law.




    C. Inward-looking sovereignty
  14. The “The Three Arshins of Land” is written by a Russian writer named _____________.




    A. Anton Checkov
  15. The principles of T. Nicolaus Tideman on territorial claim of nation and sub-nation are the ff.

    I. Might makes right
    II. Claim is in accord with history
    III. Make no choice
    IV. Inward-looking sovereignty
    V. Cash in the Trash




    A. I.II
  16. Land use pertains to board categories whereas _________ pertains to specific uses of smaller areas.



    B. Land utilization
  17. A poem wrote by Carl Sandburg co-relates to the restorative power of nature was entitled ____________.




    D. Grass
  18. Types of land conversion are as follows:

    I. Reversible
    II. Removable
    III. Convertible
    IV. Transferable
    V. Irreversible




    C. I.V
  19. Type of land conversion occurs when the original character of the land is changed to such a degree that reversal to its former use or condition becomes very difficult if not impossible.




    C. Irreversible
  20. Pertains to the ability of a given unit of land source to produce a net return above the production costs associated with its use.




    C. economic use capacity
  21. In Serote’s land use capacity, carrying capacity pertains to the intensity of a particular use in which a land unit can be put without causing significant damage to the ___________.




    A. Land resource
  22. Economic linkages as basis for compatibility among combined land uses can comes in a number of forms.

    I. forward & backward
    II. distribution or services
    III. residentiary
    IV. subsidiary
    VI. inward & outward




    B. I.II.III
  23. Types of zoning practice derive their justification from the concept of compatibility.

    I. Exclusionary zoning
    II. Zoning ordinance
    III. Mixed-use zoning
    IV. Zonification
    VI. provision of zoning




    A. I.III
  24. Assigns to discrete exclusive areas activities that are incompatible.




    A. Exclusionary zoning
  25. Based on Venn diagram, these are the general groups of urban activities.

    I. work
    II. sport
    III. live
    IV. dance
    V.play




    C. I.III.V
  26. In land classification diagram, what are the group the defines the publicly developed area?

    I. streets
    II. railroad property
    III. parks and playgrounds
    IV. public and semi-public property
    VI. superhighways




    C. I.II.III
  27. In land use categories, functional characteristics refer to…

    I. type of activity
    II. transportation model
    III. The product of the activity
    IV. road pattern
    V.The facilities of the activity




    B. I.III.V
  28. These refer to the general land use categories…

    I. protection land use
    II. settlement development
    III. production land use
    IV. Infrastructure development
    V.ancestral domain




    B. I.II.III.IV
  29. It is a phenomenon characterized by a given land unit accommodating more than one type of land use.




    B. Mixed land use
  30. For dominant land use Class A, what is the percent area covered?




    D. 90-100
  31. The ____________________ definition of land is that solid portion of earth’s surface on which we stand, walk, build our homes, raise our garden or produce our crops.




    C. Common sense
  32. The ____________ part also covered 71% or 367 million square kilometers of the earth surface.

    a. Polarized cap
    b. land
    c. air
    d. water
    d. water
  33. The 1% was the polar ice cap that included in the land portion and a simple reason explained by ________________ that at prevailing temperatures the ice caps remain permanently solid.




    D. L. Dudley Stamp
  34. _______________ refers to the this outer layer of the earth’s crust which varies in thickness from up to 32 kilometers beneath the continental mass to only 8 kilometers below the ocean floor of seabed.





    Ans. B
    C. surface
  35. Factors that constrain us from making use of any piece of land.

    I. Geophysical
    II. Environmental
    III. Social
    IV. Economic
    V. Climatic

    a. I,III,IV,V b
    . I,II,III,IV
    c. I,II,III,IV,V
    d. II,III,V
    b. I,II,III,IV
  36. Considered “good” lands which soil has adequate water, good drainage and abundant sunlight.

    I. Flat
    II. Deep
    III. Fertile
    IV. Good weather
    V. Habited

    a. I,II,III,V
    b. I,II,III
    c. I,II,III,IV,V
    d. II,III,V
  37. Land defined as any ground, soil or earth that is regarded as the subject of ownership and everything annexed to in whether by nature or by human extending indefinitely vertically upwards and downwards.




    B. legal sense
  38. From legal sense perspective, the operative term is ____________.




    B. subject of ownership
  39. According to _________________, land is not a simply a physical entity but also “an element of nature inextricably interwoven by man’s institutions”.




    B. Polanyi
  40. Whoever owns land also owns everything annexed to it either by nature or by man.




    A. ownership right
  41. he upward and downward extension of surface owner can effectively exercise his rights with _______________ limitations.
    I. Technical
    II. Economical
    III. Physical
    IV. Practical
    V. Legal




    D. I,IV,V
  42. Today __________________ that easily dwarf the tower of Babel pierce the skylines of major cities of the world.

    I. Skycrappers
    II. Cathedral spires
    III. Communication towers
    IV. Minarets
    V. High tension towers

    a. I,II,III,IV,V
    b. II,III,IV,V
    c. I,III,IV,V
    d. I,II,III,IV
  43. According to ____________, land refers to “surface resources together with the thin layer of subsurface and supra-surface resources man uses in his daily life".


    a. Owen,
    b. Barlowe
    c. Serote
    d. Hoyt
  44. Land is a natural resource but it can also be man-made, as such it is often regarded as a good or a commodity that can be supplied anything that satisfies human wants.




    A. economic sense
  45. Not all land surface in the earth can be utilized by man, it could be augmented through the introduction of human labor and capital investment, such as;

    I. Reclamation
    II. Urban Renewal
    III. Land drainage
    IV. Terracing
    V. Urban development




    B. I,II,III,IV,V
  46. Social dimension of land scarcity refers to the unequal distribution of property rights and it usually favored to _________________.

    I. Politicians
    II. Militaries
    III. IPs
    IV. Power clans
    V. Rich families




    C. IV,V
  47. Land is regarded as ____________ when it is used or enjoyed in a way that no further production or processing is required.




    D. consumption of good
  48. In consumption of good, land can be enjoyed with outdoor recreation or ecotourism activities, such as;

    I. Trekking
    II. Photo safari
    III. Birds’ watching
    IV. Picnic
    V. Hunting




    D. I,II,III,IV
  49. In ________________, land is taken along with capital, labor and management.

    a. Consumption of good
    b. production of good
    c. factor of consumption
    d. factor of good
    d. factor of good
  50. In factor of good, land activities are associated with resource extraction, such as;

    I. Crop growing
    II. Livestock raising
    III. Dairying
    IV. Fisheries
    V. Mining & Quarrying




    A. I,II,III,IV,V
  51. All except one Under the Philippines Constitution the State shall regulate the absolute right to the following over the land as property remain with the state which exercises sovereignty over all lands within its territory.

    I. acquisition
    II. ownership
    III. land Use
    IV. use
    V. disposition of property and its increments




    D. I,II,IV,V
  52. Is the power of the State to retake private property for development by itself or through various arrangement s with private developers.




    D. Eminent Domain
  53. The following actions are the summary of public intervention in land use.
    I. Guide the use of land to promote advantageous development of the community
    II. Curb the misuse of land so that it will not injuriously affect the interest of the community
    III. Prevent the abuse of land to preserve its integrity and ecological balance
    IV. Discourage the non-use or disuse of land to make it productive.
    V. Encourage the re-use of land for more appropriate purposes.




    D. I,II,III,IV,V
  54. According to Serote, the following are the general determinants of land use decisions.
    I. Physical Factors
    II. Social Factors
    III. Infrastructure Factors
    IV. Settlement Factors
    V. Economic Factors




    C. I,II,V
  55. These physical and natural features are considered determinants of land decisions especially when the intended use of the land is an input to the production process.
    I. Topography
    II. Geology
    III. Climate
    IV. Land Capability or Suitability
    V. Pedo- Ecological Zones




    D. I,II,III,IV,V
  56. According to serote the following are the geological elements useful in Urban and Regional Planning.
    I. Geomorphology
    II. Soils
    III. Climate
    IV. Hydrogeology
    V. Land Capability




    C. I,II,IV
  57. These major categories of climate refers to the meteorological conditions and patterns over a large or regional area and found within the small spaces or local areas.
    I. Micro-Climate
    II. Solar Radiation
    III. Ocean Currents
    IV. Macro-Climate
    V. Wind Intensity



    C. I,IV
  58. According to Bureau of Soils this capability classes of land are very good agricultural land with level to nearby level (0-3% slope ) deep soil, well drained and with high natural fertility. This land class can be cultivated safely to clean -tilled or row crops with simple but good farming practices.




    B. Class A
  59. According to Bureau of Soils the following are the Land Capability Classes adapted from the US Dept of Agriculture.
    I. A,B,C,D
    II. E,F,G,H
    III. I,J,K
    IV. L,M,N,
    V. X,Y



    C. I,IV,V
  60. According to the Bureau of Soils and Water Management (BSWM) the following are the pedo-ecological zone.

    I. Warm Pedo-Ecological Regions
    II. Hot Land Pedo-Ecological Regions
    III. Cold Land Ecological Regions
    IV. Warm-Cool Pedo-Ecological Regions
    V. Cool Pedo- Ecological Regions




    D. I,IV,V
  61. The FMB recommends a ______ slope for drainage and sewage flow.




    A. 3%
  62. Percentage of slope for moderately sloping to strongly rolling




    C. 8-18%
  63. 13. Under topography of physical determinants; some of the major topographic feature are ______________.
    I. Slope
    II. Relief
    III. Position
    IV. Size and Shape
    V. Land Cover




    D. I, II, III, IV, V
  64. The following are the stakeholders in the land who will play the important part in the final decision on how that particular land or site will be used.
    I. The owner of the property
    II. Individuals of groups who are not the owners of the affected land parcels
    III. Advocacy groups who seek to promote social justice and equity
    IV. National government agency
    V. Local Government Unit (LGU)




    D. I, II, III, IV, V
  65. The physical determinants that is important in land use decisions because it affect the cost of productions, the cost of land development, the cost of laying networks and infrastructure , the cost of conveyance of water , drainage and sewage, and the rate of erosion.





    E. Topography
  66. The relatives steepness of a land surface.




    B. Slope
  67. Refers to the gradient or inclination of surface expressed as the ratio of the vertical rise to the horizontal run.




    D. Slope
  68. The recommends ______ slope is limit for road construction.




    C. 7%
  69. Percentage of slope for very gently to moderate sloping undulating.



    B. 3-8%
  70. Percentage of slope for strongly rolling to hilly terrain.



    B. 18-30%
  71. Percentage of slope for very steep terrain.



    D. Above 50%
  72. Percentage of slope for hilly to mountainous terrain.



    C. 30-50%
  73. The housing agencies recommends a ______ slope as the limit for urban and agriculture uses.



    C. 30%
  74. This is important in the siting of certain activities for maximum capture of sunlight, for shelter from storms or wind (leeward), or when strong wind velocity is desired (windward).




    A. Orientation or aspect
  75. This topographic features refers to the general configuration of the earth's surface characterized by unevenness of differences in altitude and slopes the affect the cost of land development as leveling or grading may be necessary.





    C. Relief
  76. This topographic features as, for examples, when the site is relatively isolated and inaccessible, or is located in high elevation, increases development and operating cost.





    C. Position
  77. Topographic conditions in the form of vegetations or rock outcrops that reduce the productivity of the land if these are not removed.




    A. Land Cover
  78. The physical determinants that understand the rock and mineral structure of the earth crust is vital in identifying the appropriate land use and determining the intensity of such use.



    A. Geology
  79. This geological element that is useful for urban and regional planning refers to the different landforms occurring on the surface of the earth, such as mountains, plains, coastal areas and the like.



    D. Geomorphology
  80. Landforms which rise to height of no less than 300m (1000ft), above a narrow summit and steep slopes.



    D. Mountain
  81. 34. Band of dry land and adjacent ocean space (water and submerged land) in which the territorial processes and uses directly affect oceanic processes and uses.



    C. Coastal Areas
  82. This geological element are the thin upper layer of the surface of the earth composed of a mixture of fragments of rocks, water, air and organic matters.



    C. Soil
  83. The following are the characteristics of soil.
    I. Soil texture
    II. Soil structure
    III. Soil fertility
    IV. Soil erosion
    V. Sandy soil



    A. I, II, III
  84. The following are the basic soil texture.
    I. Sand
    II. Silt
    III. Clay
    IV. Loam
    V. Rocky soil



    C. I, II, III, IV
  85. Soil particles with a diameter of less than 0.002mm.



    A. Clay
  86. Soil particles with a diameter of 0.002 - 0.06mm.




    A. Silt
  87. Soil particles with a diameter of 0.06 - 2.0mm.



    D. Sand
  88. Soil particles with a diameter more than 2.0mm.



    B. Gravel
  89. Important processes involving soils but are not exactly treated as soil characteristics are the following;
    I. Soil texture
    II. Soil structure
    III. Soil fertility
    IV. Soil erosion
    V. Soil drainage
    A. I, II, III
    B, IV, V
    C. III, IV, V
    D. II, IV, V
    B, IV, V
  90. The searing away of land surface by running water, wind, ice and other geologic agents and by physical processes like gravity.



    C. Soil erosion
  91. Refers to the relative rapidity and extent of the removal of water from the surface and from within the soil under natural conditions.



    A. Soil drainage
  92. The rainwater that flows on the ground surface is called.



    B. Runoff
  93. Pertains to the subsurface water or aquifer.



    C. Hydrogeology
  94. Factors affecting recharge;
    I. Rainfall
    II. Slope of the Land
    III. Porosity of rock formation
    IV. Permeability of rock formation
    V. Nature of rock strata
    VI. Presence of vegetation
    VII. Atmospheric Humidity



    C. Both A & B
  95. This natural feature is considered determinants of land decisions that heavily influence physical and biological factors like temperature, sunlight, precipitation, humidity and atmospheric pressure.




    A. Climate
  96. The following are the important elements of micro-climate.
    I. Ventilation
    II. Fog
    III. Frost
    IV. Solar radiation
    V. Vegetation changes



    A. I, II, III, IV, V
  97. Considered as determinants of land decisions according to BSWM as a new concept of land characteristics that are determined on the basis of a combination of topographical and geological characteristic of the land.



    A. Pedo-ecological Zones
  98. These are landscape strips in the low elevation of less than 100 meters above sea level (asl) and with slope ranging from 0 to 18%.



    D. Warm Pedo-Ecological Regions
  99. These landscape strips represents a wide environmental wedge that separate the distinct warm and cool regions.



    C. Warm-Cool Pedo-Ecological Regions
  100. These zones are the elevated landscape strips located above the floodplains within the 500 meters elevations and with slopes ranging from 8% to 18%. Also represent the border strips that separate public land from alienable and disposable (A&D) lands or lands with less than 18% slope.




    A. Upland Pedo-Ecological Zones
  101. These zones includes the low and steep hills and mountains within the 500 meters above with slope greater than 18%



    B. Hilly and Mountain Pedo-Ecological Zones
  102. These are landscape strips above the 500 meters elevation. The average temperature is, in general, less than 15 degree celsius with durations long enough to cause severe frost and damage to some crops.



    D. Cool Pedo- Ecological Regions
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Enp 2018 Set 7 PPT
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