Climatology 125 MCQS Mock Test 2 FOR NTA UGC NET

Climatology 125 MCQS Mock Test 2 FOR NTA UGC NET

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CLIMATOLOGY 125 MCQS PART 2

CLIMATOLOGY 125 MCQS PART 2

  • This Test Contains 25 Questions
  • Total Questions is 125
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Q.26. The Coriolis effect is caused by

(A) Earth Rotation

(A) Earth Rotation and Revolution

(C) Earth Revolution

(D) Pressure Gradient

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Q.27.The rate of change of pressure per unit horizontal distance is called

(A) Pressure difference

(B) Pressure Gradient

(C) Geostrophic wind

(D) Perpendicular wind

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Q.28. I.T.C.Z. Stands for

(A) Islands Tropical Convergence Zone

(B) Indian Tropical Convergence Zone

(C) Inner Trade Convergence Zone

(D) Inter Tropical Convergence Zone

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Q.29. Winter rainfall in North-western part of India is mainly due to

(A) Western Disturbance

(B) North-East Monsoon

(C) North-west Monsoon

(D) Depression in the Bay of Bengal

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Q.30. The Origin of Western disturbance is

(A) Bay of Bengal

(B) Pacific Ocean

(C) Arabian Sea

(D) Mediterranean Sea

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Q.31. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below

List-I

(Phenomena Associated)

List -II

(Wind)

A. Snow Eater1. Sirocco
B. Doctor Wind2. Blizzard
C. Blood Rain3. Chinook
D. Stormy cold and Powdery Wind4. Harmattan

 

Code:

 ABCD
A.3421
B.3412
C.2143
D.2431

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Q.32. The wind blowing between pressure gradient and Coriolis force is called

(A) Circular Wind

(B) Chinook

(C) Geostrophic Wind

(D) Hurricane

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Q.33. Which of the following wind zone is called Hadley cell

(A) Westerlies

(B) Trade Wind

(C) Polar Winds

(D) Near the Arctic

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Q.34. The warm and dry dusty wind blowing in the Arabian Desert is called

(A) Khamsin

(B) Gibli

(C) Chilli

(D) Simoom

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Q.35. The fall in temperature in troposphere is known as

(A) Adiabatic Rate

(B) Temperature Rate

(C) Lapse Rate

(D) Thermal Loss

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Q.36. The Beaufort scale is related with

(A) Velocity of Winds

(B) Temperature

(C) Humidity

(D) Pressure

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Q.37. Which of the following Beaufort number is carried by a Hurricane

(A) 9

(B) 10

(C) 11

(D) 12

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Q.38. What is the major wind related phenomenon responsible for summer drought in Mediterranean type of region?

(A) Shifting of trade winds pole wards in summer

(B) Shifting of trade winds equator wards in summers

(C) Blowing of Westerlies from the continents in summers

(D) Blowing south-westerly

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Q.39. Who among the following observed that summer heating of Tibetan Plateau was the most important factor in the monsoon circulation over India?

(A) Fohn

(B) P. Koteswaram

(C) M.T.Yin

(D) Halley

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Q.40. The Westerlies and trade wind are example for following winds

(A) Mesoscale

(B) Toposcale

(C) Macroscale

(D) Microscale

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Q.41. The full form of MONEX is

(A) Monsoon Experiment

(B) Monsoon Expedition

(C) Monsoon Extension

(D) Monsoon Research Export Group

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Q.42. The lines joining the places of equal pressure at sea level are called

(A) Isobars

(B) Isoline

(C) Isohyte

(D) Isohaline

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Q.43. The "Shrieking Sixties" are related to

(A) High Tides

(B) High Velocity Winds

(C) Heavy Rainfall

(D) Thunderstorm

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Q.44. The occluded front is formed

(A) In cold fronts

(B) In warm fronts

(C) When both warm and cold fronts coalesce

(D) When cold front overtakes warm front

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Q.45.  Seasonal Contrast are maximum in

(A) Low Latitudes

(B) Mid-Latitudes

(C) High Latitudes

(D) Sub-Tropics

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Q.46. Air movement in the troposphere is caused by

(A) Solar Wind

(B) Convective Current

(C) Gravitational Force

(D) Air Pressure

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Q.47. The unit of air pressure measurement is

(A) Degree

(B) Isobars

(C) Metres per second

(D) Hecta Pascal

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Q.48. Ferrel's law is concerned with the

(A) Direction of Winds

(B) Velocity of Winds

(C) Intensity of Waves

(D) Heating and Cooling of Atmosphere

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Q.49. The temperature at which water vapours condense, is the

(A) Relative humidity

(B) Condensation point

(C) Dew point

(D) Evaporation point

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Q.50. Which one of the following is not a factor to affect the atmospheric pressure?

(A) Altitude

(B) Presence of water vapour

(C) Temperature

(D) Rainfall

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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.

 

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