Geomorphology 200 MCQS Mock Test 4 NTA UGC NET

Geomorphology 200 MCQS Mock Test 4 NTA UGC NET

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GEOMORPHOLOGY 200 MCQS PART 4

GEOMORPHOLOGY 200 MCQS PART 4

  • This Test Contains 25 Questions
  • Total Questions is 20
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Q.76. The old faithful Geysar of the yellow stone National Park is located in
(A) Germany
(B) Japan
(C) United State of America
(D) Netherlands

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Q.77. Pacific ‘Ring of Fire’ is associated with
(A) Mountain Building
(B) Origin of Earth
(C) Earthquake
(D) Volcano

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Q.78. The Barren Island of Active Volcano of India is lies in
(A) Lakshadweep Island
(B) Andaman & Nicobar Island
(C) Satpura Mountain
(D) Western Ghats

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Q.79. The cyclic concept was first time postulated by

(A) Dutton

(B) W.M. Davis

(C) James Hutton

(D) Walther Penck

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Q.80. The concept of Geographical cycle of Erosion was given by,

(A) King

(B) W.M. Davis

(C) Crickmay

(D) Walther Penck

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Q.81. Geographical cycle of Davis was propounded in the year

(A) 1989

(B) 1899

(C) 1897

(D) 1896

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Q.82. Normal cycle of Erosion is related with

(A) Glacial Erosion

(B) Wind Erosion

(C) Fluvial Erosion

(D) Marine

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Q.83. Who postulated the concept of ‘Base Level Erosion’?

(A) Walther Penck

(B) J.W. Powell

(C) W.M. Davis

(D) James Hutton

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Q.84. Monadnock a features, is the result of -

(A) Old Stage

(B) Youlth Stage

(C) Mature Stage

(D) None of these

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Q.85. River captures is the most characteristic features of the

(A) Mature Stage

(B) Juvenile Stage

(C) Old Stage

(D) Valley Erosion

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Q.86. The slope replacement model was propounded by

(A) Davis

(B) James Hutton

(C) Penck

(D) Strahler

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Q.87. The theory of Peneplanation was formulated by

(A) W.M. Davis

(B) C.E. Dutton

(C) G.K. Gilbert

(D) J.W. Powell

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Q.88. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below:

List-I

(Concept)

List-II

(Propunder)

A. Endrumpf1. A.C. Lawson
B. Panplain2. Pugh and Thomas
C. Pediplain3. C.H. Crickmay
D. Etchplain4. Walther Penck
E. Panfan5. L.C. King

 

Code:

 ABCDE
A.43215
B.45321
C.43521
D.12534

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Q.89. Match List-I with List-II and select they correct answer using the code give below

List-I

(Concept)

List-I

(Propounder)

A. Morphometric Analysis1. S.A. Schumm
B. Dynamic Equilibrium Concept2. W. Penck
C. Episodic Erosion Model3. Hack & Chorley
D. Theory of Dynamic Equilibrium4. Strahler
E. Morphological System5. G.K. Gilbert

 

Codes:

 ABCDE
A.45132
B.41235
C.43215
D.23154

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Q.90. The landforms resulting from several cycles of erosion whether complete or incomplete are called

(A) Multicyclic Landforms

(B) Polycyclic Landforms

(C) Cyclic Landforms

(D) Interrupted Cycle Landforms

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Q.91. The term Panplane refers to

(A) A level surface by wind erosion

(B) A plane formed by joining of flood-plains

(C) A level surface formed by the fluvial cycle at the old age

(D) A plain formed by marine action

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Q.92. What is Cordillera?

(A) Consists of several volcanic groups and system

(B) Consists of several mountain groups and system

(C) Consists of several flood plains

(D) Consists of several rock groups and system

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Q.93. Match the following mountain system on the basis of period of their origin from old to new

(A) Alpine, Hercynian, Caledonian, Pre-Cambrian.

(B) Hercynian, Caledonian, Pre-Cambrian, Alpine

(C) Pre-Cambrian, Caledonian, Hercynian, Alpine

(D) Pre-Cambrian, Hercynian, Caledonian, Alpine

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Q.94. The block mountains are also called as-

(A) Horst Mountains

(B) Residual Mountains

(C) Dome Mountains

(D) Alpine Mountain

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Q.95. The Geysers are

(A) Hot Spring

(B) Cold Spring

(C) Ground Wells

(D) An Extrusive Volcanic Topography

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Q.96. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below

List-I

(Theories of Mountain Building)

List-II

(Propounder)

A. Geosyncline Orogen Theory1. Joly
B. Thermal Contraction Theory2. Arthur Holmes
C. Sliding Continent Theory3. Jeffreys
D. Thermal Convection Current Theory4. Kober
E. Radio Active Theory5. Daly

Codes:

 ABCDE
A.12354
B.45321
C.43521
D.43512

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Q.97. The mobile zones of water which are bordered by rigid masses which are termed by Kober as

(A) Kartogen

(B) Median Mars

(C) Randeketten

(D) Corrie

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Q.98. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the code given below:

List-I

(Book)

List-II

(Author)

A. Den Bue der Erde1. Daly
B. Our Mobile Earth2. K.W. Butzer
C. Surface History of the Earth3. Kober
D. Geomorphology from the Earth4. Joly

 

Codes:

 ABCD
A.4231
B.2413
C.3124
D.3142

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Q.99. What is Plateau?

(A) Tabular block or tableland

(B) A Uplifted peneplian

(C) Regional Peneplain

 (D) Coastal Block

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Q.100. A plateau is surrounded by mountain range one side and coastal plain other side is called

(A) Intermontane Plateau

(B) Piedmount Plateau

(C) Dome Shaped Plateau

(D) Oceanic Plateau

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Syllabus:

UNIT-I

Geomorphology

Continental Drift, Plate Tectonics, Endogenetic and Exogenetic forces.  Denudation and Weathering, Geomorphic Cycle (Davis and Penck),  Theories and Process of Slope Development,  Earth Movements (seismicity, folding, faulting and vulcanicity), Landform Occurrence and Causes of Geomorphic Hazards (earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides and avalanches)

 

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