Geomorphology 200 MCQS Mock Test 7 NTA UGC NET

Geomorphology 200 MCQS Mock Test 7 NTA UGC NET

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GEOMORPHOLOGY 200 MCQS PART 7

GEOMORPHOLOGY 200 MCQS PART 7

  • This Test Contains 25 Questions
  • Total Questions is 200
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Q.151. Ria Coast is an example of -

(A) Deposited land features

(B) Compound shore

(C) Emerged upland shore

(D) Sub-merged upland shore

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Q.152. Drowned glaciated valleys in high latitudes regions are known as

(A) Fiord Coast

(B) Submarine ridge

(C) Submarine Crayons

(D) Cove

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Q.153. A stream with a complex of converging and diverging channels separated by bars or islands in known as

(A) Senile Stream

(B) Braided Stream

(C) Graded Stream

(D) Mature Stream

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Q.154. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below:

List-I

(Theories of Cavern Formation)

List-II

(Propounder)

A. Two Cycle Theory1. Swinnerton
B. Water Table Theory2. Garner
C. Static Water Zone Theory3. Malott
D. Invasion Theory4. Davis

Codes:

 ABCD
A.1432
B.4123
C.4132
D.3214

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Q.155. The term "Permafrost" was coined by

(A) J. Palmar

(B) F. Ratzel

(C) Carl Ritter

(D) A.V. Humboldt

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Q.156. The word "Permafrost" was first time used by

(A) L.C. King

(B) S.W. Muller

(C) Luirse Aggasieze

(D) K. Bryan

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Q.157. The term "Active Layer" is associated with

(A) Fluvial Deposition

(B) Plate Tectonic

(C) Periglacial Processes

(D) Process of Soil Formation

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Q.158. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer the ode given belo0077

List-I

(Hypothesis)

List-II

(Propounder)

A. Binary Star Hypothesis1. James Jeans & J. Jefferys
B. Nebular Hypothesis2. Edwin P. Hubble and H. Shapleys
C. Tidal Hypothesis3. H.N Russell
D. Plantesimal Hypothesis4. Chemberlin & Moulton
E. Big Bang Theory5. Laplace

Codes:

 ABCDE
A.35241
B.35142
C.32154
D.45123

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Q.159. A narrow block elevated between the normal faults in called

(A) Graben

(B) Horst

(C) Nappe

(D) Median Mass

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Q.160. The place of the origin the earthquake which is hidden inside the earth is called

(A) Epicentre

(B) Focus

(C) Maiin Tremors

(D) Centre Point

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Q.161. The point of the earth surface, perpendicular to the focus, where seismic waves are recorded first time is called

(A) Focus

(B) Centre Point

(C) Perpendicular Point

(D) Epicentre

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Q.162. Etchplain is formed by

(A) River Erosion

(B) Sea Wave Erosion

(C) Glacial Deposition

(D) Weathering Process

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Q.163. Dripstone is seen in

(A) Cirque

(B) Poljee

(C) Blind Valley

(D) Cave of Limestone

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Q.164. Karst Geomorphology is associated with the study of -

(A) Moraine Deposits

(B) Sea-Level Change

(C) Limestone Structure

(D) Mountain Building

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Q.165. U-shaped valleys are usually formed due to

(A) River Erosion

(B) Glacier Erosion

(C) volcanic Explosion

(D) Sediment Deposition

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Q.166. In between the high and low tide lines lies the

(A) Shore

(B) Beach

(C) Foreshore

(D) Backshore

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Q.167. Solifluction is dominant in

(A) Desert region

(B) Periglacial region

(C) Equatorial region

(D) Volcanic region

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Q.168. The removal of fine rock debris by wind is called

(A) Abrasion

(B) Attrition

(C) Deflation

(D) Blowout

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Q.169. A rock basin formed at the floor of the cirque basin due to glacial erosion is called

(A) Nunatak

(B) Crag and Tail

(C) Aretes

(D) Tarn

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Q.170. Which is not a erosional process caused by wind

(A) Deflation

(B) Abrasion

(C) Plucking

(D) Attrition

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Q.171. The depression formed at the mouth of a volcanic vent of funnel shape is called-

(A) Caldera

(B) Crater

(C) Tephra

(D) Fumaroles

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Q.172. Diastrophism means-

(A) Crustal Bending

(B) Crustal Fracture

(C) The deformation and movement of rocks in the earth's crust

(D) Up Warping

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Q.173. The premise that present day process have been operating throughout geological time is the principle of

(A) Isostasy

(B) Diastrophism

(C) Catastrophism

(D) Uniformitarianism

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Q.174. The concept of quick and sudden origin and evolution of all animate and inanimate objects in very short period is called

(A) Catastrophism

(B) Morphometric analysis

(C) Dendrochronology

(D) Isostasy

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Q.175. The most common type of mass movements found in the humid tropics is

(A) Sheet Wash

(B) Solifluction

(C) Rock fall

(D) Soil Creep

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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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