Soal Simak UI Kelas Internasional 2015 Geography

Soal Simak UI Kelas Internasional 2015 Geography

Simak UI kelas Internasional

51. There is a large number of smaller natural disasters (micro events) in Indonesia each year which often lead to deaths of 10 or 20 people or more. An example of this kind of disaster at the regional level is ... .
(A) flash floods and landslides in Manado in North Sulawesi in January 2014
(B) landslide in Banjarnegara in December 2014
(C) Aceh & Nias tsunami in December 2004
(D) Sinabung eruption in February 2014
(E) Padang earthquake in September 2009

52. Surabaya is home to many of the nation’s fiercest independence fighters, the city is known also to locals as ... .
(A) Kota Pahlawan (City of Heroes)
(B) Kota Pejuang (City ofWarriors)
(C) Kota Batik (City of Batik)
(D) Kota JembatanMerah (The Red Bridge City)
(E) Kota Bung Tomo (City of Bung Tomo-national hero)

53. Where a slope of a mountain is irregular, the countours representing that slope are ... .
(A) far apart
(B) close together
(C) unevenly spaced
(D) equidistant from each other
(E) crowded so close together

54. The water area surrounding Krakatau is known as ... .
(A) Karimata strait
(B) Madura strait
(C) Sunda strait
(D) Malaka strait
(E) Bangka strait

55. Jakarta as many other big cities has to deal with the urban heat island effect. To cope with this problem Jakarta has plans to increase the amount of green parks and trees in the city, from 10 % to the ideal amount of ... .
(A) 20 %
(B) 25 %
(C) 30 %
(D) 35 %
(E) 40 %

56. The burning of renewable resources such as natural gas has no significant effect on the warming of the atmosphere.


The greenhouse gases such as CO2, Methane, Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC’s), and Nitrous Oxide in the atmosphere are caused by human activities.

57. Most of the larger islands of Indonesia, such as Sumatra, Java, Bali, Lombok, Sulawesi, and Seram are mountainous, with peaks ranging between 3,000 and 3,800 metres (9,843 and 12,467 ft) above sea level.


The country’s tallest mountains covered by snow are located in the Jayawijaya Mountains and the Sudirman Range in Kalimantan.

58. Coral reefs bordering the south east coast of Bali are termed barrier reefs.


Coral reefs that lie offshore and parallel to the coast are fringing reefs.

59. Jakarta is not only the most populous city in Indonesia, but it is also the most populous in Southeast Asia.


The official metropolitan suburbs, known as Jabodetabek, extend even further.

60. Indonesia’s lowland tropical forests, the richest in timber resources and biodiversity, are most at risk.


Indonesia is home to some of the most biologically diverse forests in the world and ranks third in number of species behind Brazil and Equador.

61. Indonesia has the largest number of volcanoes of any country in the world - 76 of them are historically active; significant volcanic activity occurs in ... .
(1) Sulawesi
(2) Sumatra
(3) the Sunda Islands
(4) Kalimantan

62. A subduction earthquake and devastating tsunami which occurred on December 26, 2004 off the coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra inflicted widespread destruction as far away as ... .
(1) Myanmar
(2) Pakistan
(3) Bangladesh
(4) Cambodia

63. To realise the trans-Sumatera mega project, the structure of the project needs to be seen first, the aspect(s) of which is(are) ... .
(1) commercially prospective
(2) skinny
(3) financially feasible
(4) the existing road represents a plantation road

64. Tropical wet and dry or savanna climate (Aw) have a pronounced dry season, with the driest month having precipitation less than 60 mm and less than 1/25 of the total annual precipitation. Example(s) of areas with this climate is(are) ... .
(1) Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
(2) Bangkok (Thailand)
(3) Mumbai (India)
(4) Nusa Tenggara islands (Indonesia)

65. In the urban environment, the absorption of solar radiation causes higher ground temperatures for reasons like ... .
(1) the absence of plant foliage
(2) the absence of transpiration
(3) roofs and pavements of concrete and asphalt hold nomoisture

(4) the existence of population distribution pattern
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