OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS Mock Test 2 FOR NTA UGC NET

OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS Mock Test 2 FOR NTA UGC NET

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OCEANOGRAPHY 90 Questions Mock Test for NTA UGC NET & States SET/SLET Exam, This is the Part 2 of this series.

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OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS PART 2

OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS PART 2

  • This Test Contains 15 Questions
  • Total Questions is 90
  • All Questions is Compulsory
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Q.16. The maximum oceanic salinity is found in

(A) Equatorial Regions

(B) Sub-tropical Regions

(C) Sub-Polar Areas

(D) Tropical Regions

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Q.17. The busiest oceanic Route is

(A) Suez Canal Route

(B) Cape of Good Hope Route

(C) North Atlantic Route

(D) Panama Canal Route

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Q.18. The Great Barrier Reef is located

(A) Near Japan

(B) North East Coast of Australia

(C) Near Great Britain

(D) Middle Atlantic Ocean

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Q.19. The Bosphorus Strait is located between

(A) Sweden and Finland

(B) North America and South America

(C) Europe and Asia

(D) Italy and Sicily

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Q.20. Which one of the following has the highest salinity level?

(A) Dead Sea

(B) Great Salt Lake

(C) Sambhar Lake

(D) Lake Van

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Q.21. The Turbidity Current Theory is responsible for

(A) Formation of Continental Shelf

(B) Formation of Submarine Canyons

(C) Formation of Tsunami

(D) Formation of Oceanic Trench

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Q.22. The average density of sea water is

(A) 10.0278 gram/cm3

(B) 11.0278 gram/cm3

(C) 1.0378 gram/cm3

(D) 1.0278 gram/cm3

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Q.23. Archipelago refers to

(A) The shallow part of the sea

(B) A group of volcanic chains

(C) A group of Islands

(D) The ring shaped coral reefs

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Q.24. The average salinity of ocean water is

(A) 32 ‰

(B) 25 ‰

(C) 30 ‰

(D) 35 ‰

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Q.25. What is the most common salt in the sea water?

(A) Magnesium Chloride

(B) Sodium Chloride

(C) Magnesium Sulphate

(D) Calcium Sulphate

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Q.26. The most important source of iodine and potash in ocean water is

(A) Green Algae

(B) Red Algae

(C) Brown Algae

(D) Blue Green Algae

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Q.27. Which one of the following is the correct sequence of ocean bottom topography?

(A) Continental shelf-Abyssal Pain-Continental Rise-Continental Slope

(B) Continental Shelf-Continental Slope-Continental Rise-Abyssal Plain

(C) Continental Slope-Continental Shelf-Continental Rise-Abyssal Plain

(D) Continental Rise-Continental Slope-Continental Shelf-Abyssal Plain

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Q.28. Most of the salt in the sea water is derived from

(A) Sea Floors

(B) Atmosphere

(C) Remains of Sea Life

(D) Continents

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Q.29. The cold current flowing along the coast of Chile and Peru is known as

(A) EL- Nino

(B) Humboldt Current

(C) Canary Current

(D) Agulhas Current

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Q.30. The average difference in the water level between high tide and low tide at a place is referred to as

(A) Tidal Bore

(B) Tidal Period

(C) Tidal Range

(D) Tidal Wave

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Syllabus:

UNIT-III

Oceanography

Relief of Oceans, Composition:  Temperature, Density and Salinity, Circulation: Warm and Cold Currents, Waves, Tides, Sea Level Changes, Hazards: Tsunami and Cyclone   

 

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