Big-Bang theory was postulated by
1. Georges Lemaitre
Earthquake waves are recorded on the
Expansion of universe means
1.increase in the number of stars.
2. increase in space between the galaxies.
3.discovery of new celestial bodies.
4.increase in the speed of rotation of planets.
1.remains of plants and animals in the rocks
2.the old rocks
3.the old books related to the origin of the earth
4. the dust particles
1.remote sensing, GIS, GPS
Magma refers to ____
2.Material in the upper mantle
3.Material in the upper core
4.Material in the crut
Physical geography deals with the
1. study of settlements
2.study of culture
3.study of soils
4. study of humans
Soils are formed by the process of
The Deccan trap is a large
2. flood basalt province
3. lava plain
4. shield volcano
The inner planets mean
1.Planets between the sun and the earth
2.Planets between the sun and the belt of asteroids
3.Planets in gaseous state
4. Planets without satellite(s)
3.Both the indirect and direct methods
4.None of the above
1.scientific study of the habitats.
2.pollution, land degradation, and conservation of the environment
3.vgeographic characteristics of animals and their habitats.
1.500 million years ago
2.300 million years ago
3.400 million years ago
4.200 million years ago
The regional approach was developed by
1.Alexander Von Humboldt.
1. Parent star
The vibration direction parallel to the wave direction in the vertical plane is present in
1.they are formed at quite a distant location.
2.they have low gravitational pull
3.they could not hold the escaping gases.
4.they are made up of rocks and metal, and have relatively high densities
To sustain our life, we use
1. indirect source of information about the earthâ€™s interior.
2. direct source of information about the interior of the earth.
3. not a source of information about the interior of the earth.
4. good source to ascertain earthâ€™s temperature.
4.All of the above
1. 2400 km
2. 2900 km
1. 3-4 gm. per sq. cm
2.5 gm. per sq. cm
3.4-5 gm. per sq. cm
4.6 gm. per sq. cm
What is the diameter of Galaxies?
1.Between 80 thousands to 1, 50,000 light years
2.Between 70 thousands to 1, 30,000 light years
3. Between 50 thousands to 1, 10,000 light years
4. Between 30 thousands to 1, 20,000 light years
1.149.6 Millions kms
2.15.98 Millions kms
3.169.34 Millions kms
4. 179.67 Millions kms
4. 70 km
What is the thickness of the crust?
1.10 km to 200 km
2. 5 km to 30 km
3.30 km to 400 km
4.100 km to 200 km
1. 75 kms
4. 65 kms
Which is not a type of volcano?
2. Composite volcano
1.Upper and middle mantle
2.Crust and upper mantle
3.Crust and core
4.Mantle and core
4.Sir James and Harold Jeffrey
Which one of the following is a direct source of the information about the interior of the Earth?
Which one of the following is not related to the formation or modification of the present atmosphere?
1.To find the relationship between two country
2.To find the relationship between two parties
3.To find the relationship between any two phenomena
4.None of these
Who among the following said that â€˜geography is a concern with the description and explanation of the areal differentiation of the earthâ€™s surface
Who developed systematic geography?
2. Karl Ritter
3. Kumari Sample
4.None of these
Why are the terrestrial planets rocky?
1.These planets are smaller
2. They could not hold the escaping gases
3.Both a and b
4.None of these