OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS Mock Test 3 FOR NTA UGC NET

OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS Mock Test 3 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 3 of this series.

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OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS PART 3

OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS PART 3

  • This Test Contains 15 Questions
  • Total Questions is 90
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Q.31. In which year Titanic ship sunk in North Atlantic Ocean

(A) 1910

(B) 1912

(C) 1914

(D) 1918

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Q.32. The major cause of Titanic ship sinking in North Atlantic Ocean was

(A) Due to oceanic high cyclone

(B) Due to engine problem of the ship

(C) Due to Tsunami in the ocean

(D) Collision with an iceberg

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Q.33. The Bermuda Triangle or Devil's Triangle lies on

(A) South Pacific Ocean

(B) North Atlantic Ocean

(C) North Pacific Ocean

(D) South Atlantic Ocean

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Q.34. What is Diatoms?

(A) Microscopic Phytoplankton's

(B) Microscopic Zooplanktons

(C) A Green mud in the ocean

(D) A precious oceanic sediment

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Q.35. Diatom ooze is very frequently found at greater depth in

(A) Low Latitudes

(B)  Mid Latitudes

(C)  High Latitudes

(D) Equator

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Q.36. The S-shape bottom reliefs are found in

(A) Pacific Ocean

(B) Atlantic Ocean

(C) Indian Ocean

(D) Arctic Ocean

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Q.37. The difference between high tide water and low tide water is called

(A) Tidal Bulge

(B) Tidal Waves

 (C) Tidal Bore

(D) Tidal Range

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Q.38. Match List-I with List-II from the codes given below

List-IList-II
A. Perigee1. Measurement of depth of ocean below sea level
B. Apogee2. Farthest distance between the moon and the earth
C. Hypsometry3. Measurement of earth's elevation above sea level
D. Bathymetry4. Nearest distance between the moon and the earth

Code:

 ABCD
A.3241
B.1324
C.4231
D.4213

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Q.39. The largest tide occurs in the world in

(A) Persian Gulf

(B) Bay of Fundy

(C) Gulf of Mexico

(D) Gulf of California

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Q.40. The highest tide occurs in India is near

(A) Malabar Coast

(B) Andhra Coast

(C) Tamil Nadu Coast

(D) Okha in Gulf of Kutch

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Q.41. Match List-I and List-II and select the answer from the given below

List-IList-II
A. Syzygy1. The position of the earth in between the Sun and the moon
B. Conjunction2. The position of sun, the earth and the moon in Right angle
C. Opposition3. The sun and the moon are one side of the Earth
D. Quadrature4. The position of the sun, the moon and the earth a Straight line

Code:

 ABCD
A.3421
B.4312
C.4321
D.2134

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Q.42. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from the given below

List-I

(Theories of Origin of Tides)

List-II

(Pro-founder)

A. Equilibrium Theory1. G.B. Airy
B. Dynamical Theory2. R.A. Harris
C. Progressive Wave Theory3. Isaac Newton
D. Canal Theory4. Laplace
E. Stationary Wave Theory5. William Whewell

Code:

 ABCDE
A.51243
B.21543
C.34215
D.34512

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Q.43. The Echo sounder instrument measures the

(A) The density of sea water

(B) The depth of the ocean water

(C) Salinity of Ocean Water

(D) Quality of Ocean Water

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Q.44. A Nautical mile is equal to

(A) 1.528 Meters

(B) 1.825 Meters

(C) 1.786 Meters

(D) 1.852 Meters

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Q.45. Which of the following seas has the highest salinity

(A) Arabian Sea

(B) Baltic Sea

(C) Dead Sea

(D) Black Sea

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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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