JAM Question Paper 2007 GP (Geo Physics).
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Plutonic equivalent of Trachyte is
The river meanders at the mature stage with gentle gradient. The fonnation of pointbar will be on:
(A) outer zone of the bend
(B) inner zone of the bend
(C) straight channel segment
(D) steep bank of the channel.
Which of the following rock indicates initiation of metamorphism
Barrovian metamorphism of pelitic rocks is characterized by the first appearailce of index minerals in a particular sequence. Which one of the following is the coffect sequence.
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 Eocene
(C) Middle Miocene
(D) Lower Miocene