BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS Mock Test 6 FOR NTA UGC NET

BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS Mock Test 6 FOR NTA UGC NET

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BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS PART 6

BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS PART 6

  • This Test Contains 15 Questions
  • Total Questions is 95
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Q.76. Campos and Llanos grasslands are found in which climate zone

(A) Monsoon

(B) Savana

(C) Equatorial

(D) Temperate Climate Zone

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Q.77. Air quality indicator is

(A) Lichen

(B) Moss

(C) Algae

(D) None of these

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Q.78. Match List-I with List-II and use the codes from the given below -

List-I

(Environmental Laws in India)

List - II

(Years)

A. Wildlife Protection Act1. 1980
B. Water Prevention and Control of Pollution Act2. 1986
C. Forest Conservation Act3. 1974
D. Environment Protection Act4. 1972

 

Codes:

 ABCD
A.2314
B.4132
C.4312
D.2134

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Q.79. The disease Itai Itai is caused

(A) Mangonize

(B) Carbon

(C) Cadmium

(D) Nitrogen

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Q.80. The main gas involved in the production of acid rains are

(A) Magnesium and Hydrogen

(B) Carbon monoxide and Hydrogen

(C) Sulphur dioxide (SO2) and Nitrogen Dioxide

(D) Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Hydrogen

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Q.81. The main gas responsible for Bhopal Gas Tragedy was

(A) Phenyl Isocyanate

(B) Sodium Isocyanate

(C) Ethyl Isocyanate

(D) Methyl Isocyanate (MIC)

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Q.82. The major cause of pollution is

(A) Man

(B) Plants

(C) Animal

(D) Man and Animal

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Q.83. Maximum soot is released from

(A) Petrol Vehicles

(B) CNG Vehicles

(C) Thermal Power Plants

(D) Diesel Vehicles

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Q.84. Air pollution is not cause by

(A) Thermal Power Plant

(B) Diesel Engine

(C) Hydroelectric Power Station

(D) Industries

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Q.85. The sea water gets polluted mainly due to

(A) Tsunami

(B) Oil Spills

(C) Death of Marine Fauna

(D) Industrial Waste

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Q.86. The Main pollutant of the Indian coastal water is

(A) Aerosols

(C) Industrial Effluents

(B) Oil Spills

(D) Municipal Sewage

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Q.87. The tallest trees in the world are found in the region

(A) Equatorial region

(B) Temperate region

 (C) Monsoon region

 (D) Mediterranean region

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Q.88. What percentage of land area should remain covered by forest maintain ecological balance?

(A) 5 percent

(B) 25 percent

(C) 33 percent

(D) 40 per cent

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Q.89. Which of the following pollutants are cause cancer in humans

(A) Mercury

(B) Lead

(C) Ozone

(D) Pesticides

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Q.90. What is the source of Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs?)

(A) Thermal Power Plants

(B) Automobiles

(C) Refrigeration and Air Condition

(D) Fertilizers

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Syllabus:

UNIT –IV

Geography of Environment

Components: Ecosystem (Geographic Classification) and Human Ecology, Functions:  Trophic  Levels, Energy Flows, Cycles (geo-chemical, carbon, nitrogen and oxygen), Food Chain, Food Web and Ecological Pyramid, Human Interaction and Impacts, Environmental Ethics and Deep Ecology, Environmental Hazards and Disasters (Global Warming, Urban Heat Island, Atmospheric Pollution, Water Pollution, Land Degradation), National Programmes and Policies: Legal Framework, Environmental Policy, International Treaties, International Programmes and Polices (Brundtland Commission, Kyoto Protocol, Agenda 21, Sustainable Development Goals, Paris Agreement) 

 

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