# Climatology 125 MCQS Mock Test 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

Climatology 125 MCQS Mock Test 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

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Climatology 125 Questions Mock Test for NTA UGC NET & States SET/SLET Exam, This is the Part 1 of this series.

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CLIMATOLOGY 125 MCQS PART 1

CLIMATOLOGY 125 MCQS PART 1

• This Test Contains 25 Questions
• Total Questions is 125
• All Questions is Compulsory
• No Negative Marking
• Specific Time given for this quiz
• Quiz / Test will start after clicking on Start Button
• After Completing Quiz, can see result in Percentages (%)
• Attempt Carefully, so lets start, best wishes

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Q.1. How much percentage of water vapour contains in the atmosphere

(A) 0-2 percent

(B) 0-4 percent

(C) 0-5 percent

(D) 0-10 percent

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Q.2. In which of the following layer of atmosphere all weather phenomena occurs?

(A) Troposphere

(B) Stratosphere

(C) Mesosphere

(D) Thermosphere

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Q.3. The Environmental Lapse Rate or Normal Lapse Rate (NLR) in the atmosphere is

(A)  5.60c per 1000 meter

(B) 6.50c per 1000 meter

(C) 6.000c per 1000 meter

(D) 6.650c per 1000 meter

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Q.4. Which layer reflects the medium and high frequency radio waves back to the earth?

(A) Stratosphere

(B) Mesosphere

(C) lonosphere

(D) Exosphere

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Q.5. Which of the following is the uppermost layer of the atmosphere

(A) Thermosphere

(B) Exosphere

(C) Ionosphere

(D) Mesosphere

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Q.6. Match List-I with List-II from the codes given below

 List-I List-II A. E-Layer 1. Southern Light B. F1 and F2 Layer 2. Kennelly Heaviside layer C. Ozone Layer 3. Northern Light D. Aurora Borealis 4. Stratosphere E. Aurora Australis 5. Appleton Layer

Codes:

 A B C D E A. 2 3 5 4 1 B. 3 1 4 5 2 C. 2 5 4 1 3 D. 2 5 4 3 1

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Q.7. Ozone gas is concentrated between

(A) 5 to 20 Km.

(B) 15 to 35 Km.

(C) 35 to 50 Km.

(D) 10 to 20 Km.

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Q.8. The Ozone layer protects the earth from

(A) Cosmic Rays

(B) X-rays

(C) Infrared Rays

(D) Ultra Violet Rays

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Q.9. The time taken by sun rays, to the earth is

(A) 20 minutes 8 second

(B) 8 minutes 20 second

(C) 9 minutes 35 second

(D) 10 minutes 20 second

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Q.10. Match List-I with List-ll and from the using codes given below

 List-I List-II A. Perihelion 1. Pyranometer B. Apehelion 2. 51 percent C. Heat Budget of the Earth 3. 4th July D. Isolation Measurement Instrument 4. 3rd January

Codes:

 A B C D A. 1 2 3 4 B. 4 3 1 2 C. 4 3 2 1 D. 3 4 2 1

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Q.11. The portion of incident radiation energy reflect back from the surface is called

(A) Heat Budget

(B) Photons

(C) Absorption

(D) Albedo

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Q.12. The transfer of Heat through the molecular of matter in any body is called

(A) Convection

(B) Conduction

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Q.13. The hottest place on the earth is considerable to be

(A) Quetta

(C) Al-Azizia

(D) Jaisalmer

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Q.14. The transfer of heat energy through the movement of a mass of substance from one place to another is called

(A) Convection

(B) Conduction

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Q.15. The temperature increases with increasing altitude due to certain conditions is called

(A) Normal Lapse Rate

(B) Inversion of Temperature

(C) Temperature Variation

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Q.16. Read out the following conditions:

1. Cloudy Sky
2. Cold Dry Air
3. Strong Winds
4. Long Winter Nights

Which of the above conditions promote inversion of temperature?

(A) 1, 2 and 4

(B) 2, 3 and 4

(C) 1 and 4

(D) 2 and 4

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Q.17. The coldest place on the earth surface is

(A) Ven Cover

(B) Verkhoyansk

(C) Vostok

(D) Norway

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Q.18. Which of the following is known as the country of mind night sun?

(A) France

(B) Norway

(C) Netherlands

(D) Sweden

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Q.19. What is Kinetic Energy?

(A) It is the energy of motion

(B) It is thermal energy

(C) It is latent energy

(D) It is the stored form of energy

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Q.20. The standard air pressure at the sea level is

(A) 1002 MB

(B) 1025.13 MB

(C) 1013.25 MB

(D) 1008 MB

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Q.21. The dividing line between day and night is called the

(A) Prime Meridian

(B) Standard Meridian

(C) International Date Line

(D) Circle of Illumination

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Q.22. The average rate of albedo on the Earth is

(A) 25 percent

(B) 30 percent

(C) 35 percent

(D) 40 percent

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Q.23. Which one of the following weather instruments is kept outside the Stevenson screen?

(A) Barometer

(B) Anemometer

(C) Hydrograph

(D) Maximum and minimum thermometers

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Q.24. Which of the following belt is called “Doldrums”?

(A) Equatorial low pressure belt

(B) Sub-tropical high pressure belt

(C) Sub-polar low pressure belt

(D) Polar high pressure belt

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Q.25. The Horse latitude refers to

(A) 25 degree – 35 degree latitude

(B) 20 degree – 35 degree latitude

(C) 30 degree - 40 degree latitude

(D) 30 degree - 35 degree latitude

The average score is 73%

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Syllabus:

UNIT- I

Climatology

Composition and Structure of Atmosphere; Insolation, Heat Budget of Earth, Temperature, Pressure and Winds, Atmospheric Circulation (air-masses, fronts and upper air circulation, cyclones and anticyclones (tropical and temperate), Climatic Classification of Koppen & Thornthwaite, ENSO Events (El Nino, La Nina and Southern Oscillations), Meteorological Hazards and Disasters (Cyclones, Thunderstorms, Tornadoes, Hailstorms, Heat and Cold waves Drought and  Cloudburst , Glacial Lake Outburst (GLOF), Climate Change: Evidences and Causes of Climatic Change in the past, Human impact on Global Climate.