OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS Mock Test 5 FOR NTA UGC NET

OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS Mock Test 5 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 5 of this series.

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OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS PART 5

OCEANOGRAPHY 90 MCQS PART 5

  • This Test Contains 15 Questions
  • Total Questions is 90
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Q.61. Who propounded the theory of stand still theory of formation for coral reefs?

(A) Charles Darwin

(B) Murray

(C) Daly

(D) W.M. Davis

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Q.62. Who Propounded Subsidence Theory of formation of coral reefs

(A) Daly

(B) Murray

(C) Charles Darwin

(D) W.M. Davis

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Q.63. The Glacial Control Theory of formation of coral reefs was propounded by

(A) W.M Davis

(B) Charles Darwin

(C) Murray

(D) Daly

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Q.64. Which one of the following countries has the world's longest coastline

(A) Australia

(B) Brazil

(C) Japan

(D) Canada

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Q.65. The famous productive fishing ground Dogger bank are lies in

(A) Baltic Sea

(B) North Sea

(C) Dead Sea

(D) Bermuda Sea

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Q.66. In Grand Bank and George Bank abundant productive fishing ground are found due to

(A) Large amount of Phytoplanktons are found.

(B) Large amount of Zooplanktons are found.

(C) Meeting of Cool Labrador current and warm Gulf Stream current

(D) Suitable Water for fishing

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Q.67. Match List-I with List-II from the given below

List-IList-II
A. Deep sea Water Fish1. Whale
B. Migratory Fish2. Salmons
C. Salt Water Fish3. Tuna
D. Largest Marine Mammal4. Herring

Code:

 ABCD
A.1423
B.3241
C.3214
D.2314

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Q.68. Which features are called rainforest of oceans?

(A) Fringing Reef

(B) Great Barrier Reef

(C) Colonies of Corals

(D) Atoll

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Q.69. What is the real time taken by the tide?

(A) 12 hours

(B) 12 hours 26 minutes

(C) 12 hours 56 minutes

(D) 24 hours

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Q.70. What is the most important effects of oceanic currents?

(A) Supplying of Plankton for the fishes

(B) Effects on trade and navigation

(C) Effects on formation of delta

(D) Modification of coastal climate

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Q.71. Which of the following is the islands of corals

(A) Andaman and Nicobar Islands

(B) Madagascar

(C) Lakshadweep

(D) Ceylon

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Q.72. Which of the following area is called Cape of Good Hope

(A) Southern Part of South America

(B) Southern Part of South Africa

(C) Western Part of Australia

(D) Eastern Part of North America

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Q.73. A cold ocean current flows from south to north along the western coast of South Africa is called

(A) Canary Current

(B) Labrador Current

(C) Falkland Current

(D) Benguela Current

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Q.74. What is La Nina

(A) A Wind

(B) A Cold Ocean Current

(C) A Natural Disaster

(D) A kind of Cyclone

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Q.75. Kiel Canal Connects

(A) Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean

(B) Barring Sea and Pacific Ocean

(C) Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea

(D) Baltic Sea and North 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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