Geomorphology 200 MCQS Mock Test 6 NTA UGC NET

Geomorphology 200 MCQS Mock Test 6 NTA UGC NET

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GEOMORPHOLOGY 200 MCQS PART 6

GEOMORPHOLOGY 200 MCQS PART 6

  • This Test Contains 25 Questions
  • Total Questions is 20
  • All Questions is Compulsory
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Q.126. The desert having mobile sands are called

(A) Bajada

(B) Ergs

(C) Hammada

(D) Seifs

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Q.127. The Mushroom rocks is also known as “Gara” in the region of -

(A) Sahara Desert

(B) Kalahari Desert

(C) Atcama Desert

(D) Arabian Desert

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Q.128. A stony and rocky desert is called

(A) Ergs

(B) Bajada

(C) Hammada

(D) Barchans

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Q.129. The inselbergs landforms are also called is

(A) Tafoni

(B) Balson

(C) Duricrusts

(D) Bornhardts

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Q.130. The term pediment was first time used by

(A) G.K. Gilbert

(B) A.C. Lawson

(C) M.C. Gee

(D) W. Penck

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Q.131. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below

List-I

(Shape and Alignment of Dunes)

List-II

(Specific Names of Dunes)

A. Longitudinal1. Reversing
B. Transverse2. Coastal
C. Parabolic3. Seif
D. Complex4. Barchan

 

Codes:

 ABCD
A.3412
B.3421
C.4321
D.1243

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Q.132. Bad-land topography is the product

(A) Wind and Glacier

(B) Water and Temperature

(C) Water and Glacier

(D) Wind and Water

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Q.133. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the given below

List-I

(Concept)

List-I

(Propounder)

A. Recession Theory1. McGee
B. Sheet-Flood Theory2. G.K. Gilbert
C. Lateral Erosion Theory3. W. Penck
D. Parallel Retreat4. A.C. Lawson

Codes:

 ABCD
A.4123
B.4132
C.1423
D.3214

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Q.134. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below

List-I

(Wind Depositional Landforms)

List-II

(Shape)

A. Barchan1. Longitudinal
B. Star-Dune2. Linear
C. Sief3. Crescent
D. Draas4. Pinwheel Shaped

Codes:

 ABCD
A.3412
B.4321
C.3412
D.1243

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Q.135. The layer of loose and unconsolidated materials lying over the bedrock is called

(A) Natural Levees

(B) Regolith

(C) Aquifers

(D) Vadose Zone

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Q.136. What is Aquifers?

(A) A layer below the ground surface where petroleum and Natural gas found.

(B) A layer below the ground surface where metallic minerals are found.

(C) Storage pools of ground water laying below the ground surface.

(D) A layer below the ground surface where geothermal energy released.

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Q.137. Vadose Zone remain in between:

(A) Crust and Mantle

(B) Mantle and Core

(C) Ground Surface and Tropopause

(D) Ground Surface and Water Table

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Q.138. Karst Topography is formed due to

(A) Physical Weathering of Erosion

(B) Chemical Erosion

(C) Biological Erosion

(D) Normal Cycle of Erosion

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Q.139. The most important region of Karst topography is found in

(A) China

(B) India

(C) Yugoslavia

(D) America

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Q.140. Terra Rosa means

(A) Black Residual Soil

(B) Green Residual Soil

(C) Blue Residual Soil

(D) Red Residual Soil

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Q.141. The most extensive larger than the dolines, the depression is called

(A) Poljes

(B) Ponores

(C) Uvala

(D) Swallow Hole

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Q.142. Which of the following features are formed when the roof of a limestone cavern collapse

(A) Tarn

(B) Poljie

(C) Swallow Hole

(D) Doline

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Q.143. The Columns of dripstones hanging from the ceiling of limestone caves are called

(A) Stalagmites

(B) Stalactites

(C) Lappies

(D) Ponores

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Q.144. The verticals columns of dripstones growing upward from the floor limestone cave are known as

(A) Lappies

(B) Ponores

(C) Stalagmites

(D) Stalactites

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Q.145. When the stalactite and stalacmites meet together are formed

(A) Cave Pillar

(B) Columns

(C) Cave Shield

(D) Drip Curtain

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Q.146. A lake formed in the channel of an abandoned meander is known as

(A) Crater Lake

(B) Lagoon

(C) Ox-Bow Lake

(D) Tectonic Lake

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Q.147. The Artesian well is mostly found in

(A) Canada

(B) Australia

(C) Germany

(D) Nepal

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Q.148. Which is the most powerful and effective erosive agent of coastal areas

(A) Sea Waves

(B) Ocean Current

(C) Tidal Waves

(D) Tsunamis

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Q.149. A sandbar connecting an island to main land is called

(A) Sea Cliff

(B) Sea Cave

(C) Tombolo

(D) Shore

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Q.150. A very steep rock coast rising almost vertically above sea water is called

(A) Bar

(B) Sea Cliff

(C) Cove

(D) Stack

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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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