JAM Question Paper 2005 GP (Geo Physics).
Joint Admission Test (JAM) This JAM GP – Geo Physics 2005 examination is the procedure to get the Admission to Integrated Ph.D. Programmes at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and M.Sc. (Two Year), Joint M.Sc.-Ph.D., M.Sc.-Ph.D. Dual Degree and other Post-Bachelor’s Degree Programmes at Indian Institutes of Technology
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The age of Rajmahal trap is
2. A elastic sedimentary grain is of 1 mm in size. It is classified as
3. A line joining topographic points of equal heights is termed as (A) stratum contour line
(B) contour line
(C) isograde line
If the rake of striation on a fault plane is zero, the fault is
(A) Normal fault
(B) Strike fault
(C) Strike-slip fault
(D) Reverse fault
The acceleration due to gravity of earth (g) is the lowest at
(C) latitude zero
(D) latitude 33° S
The boundary between mantle and core of earth is at a depth of
(A) 700 km
(B) 1850 km
(C) 2900 km