JAM Question Paper 2009 GP (Geo Physics).
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Parallel magnetic reversal patterns observed on the ocean floor near mid-oceanic ridges suggest the
(A) formation of new crust in the geologic past
(B) presence of mineral deposits in the oceanic crust
(C) origin of Earth’s magnetic field in the inner core
(D) non-uniform movement of tectonic plates in the geologic past
If the intercepts of a plane with crystallographic axes are la: 2b: c, its Miller indices will be
(A) 120 (B) 210 (C) 211 (D) 220
Which of the following statements is true for folds in sedimentary rocks?
(A) Older rocks occur towards the core of antiforms in an inverted sequence
(B) Younger rocks occur towards the core of antiforms in a normal sequence
(C) Older rocks occur towards the core of synforms in a normal sequence
(D) Younger rocks occur towards the core of antiforms in an inverted sequence
The correct sequence of older to younger Groups in the Dharwar Supergroup is:
(A) Chitradurga Group, Bababudan Group, Ranibennur Group
(B) Bababudan Group, Chitradurga Group, Ranibennur Group
(C) Ranibennur Group, Chitradurga Group, Bababudan Group
(D) Bababudan Group, Ranibennur Group, Chitradurga Group