JAM Question Paper 2006 GP (Geo Physics).
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A crystal has three crystallographic axes of 2 fold symmetry and mirror plane peipendicular to each of these crystallographic axes. The Herman-Manguin notation for crystal would be
(A) 2/rn 2/rn 2/rn
Indicate the correct order in terma of increasing Si: 0 ratio.
Sandstones and purple shales of Muree Series of Potwar region, equivalent to Dagshai and Kasauli beds of northwest Himalaya belongs to
(A) Upper Eocene
(B) Lower Focene
(C) Middle Miocene
(D) Lower Miocene
Find the odd man out from the following
(B) ladder vein
(C) saddle reef
Sulfide chimneys are observed at
(A) vents of seafloor hotsprings around ridges
(B) inland hotspr ng vents in volcanic terrains
(C) sulfide mineral coatings on the chimneys of smelters
(D) mouths of explosive volcanoes
Within the mantle sudden density change produce seismic-wave discontinuities due to polymorphic transition or compositional change or a combination of both occur at a depth of
(A) 470 kms
(B) 570 kms
(C) 670 kim
(D) 760 kms