JAM Question Paper 2010 GG (Geology).
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The crystal class which is NOT a planar point group is
3m (8) 4mm (C) 3 (D) 6/rn
Circular reefs enclosing shallow body of water are called
(A) Barrier reefs (B) Fringing reefs
(C) Spits (13) Atolls
The mineral assemblage which DOES NOT correctly define a metamorphic fades is
(A) Albite + Epidote + ActInolite + Chlorite
(B) Hornblende + Plagioc]ase -1- llmcnits
(C) Omphacite -i- Garnet + Plagioc.lase
(B) Orthopyroxene -4- Clinopyroxene + Plagioclase 1- Hornblende
Asteroids are minor planetary bodies ‘ocated between
(A) Earth and Mars (B) Jupiter and Saturn
(C) Mars arid Jupiter (D) Mercury and Venus
Which one of the following options does correctly represent the elements in order of decreasing abundance in the earth’s crust?
(A) Fe>Si>O>A1 (B) O>Si>AI>Fe
(C) Si>O>Al>Fe (D) Si>A1>Fe>O