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Q1. A few thousand years ago, there was a huge river ‘Saraswati’ flowing in India. Now it is not there. What is the probable cause of its disappearance ?
- (a) Global warming
- (b) River capture aided by tectonic activity
- (c) Damming by humans
- (d) Permeability of the ground below
Q2. The normal magnetic polarity epoch older to Matuyama Reverse and younger to Gilbert Reverse is known as
- (a) Gauss Normal
- (b) Brunches Normal
- (c) Hutton Normal
- (d) There is no such Normal Epoch and Gilbert Reverse directly passes to Matuyama Reverse
Q3. What are the two most abundant elements in nebula (gas clouds) in the universe ?
- (a) Hydrogen and Helium
- (b) Nitrogen and Oxygen
- (c) Oxygen and Silicon
- (d) Iron and Nickel
Q4. Pot Holes are characteristic features of
- (a) Youth stage
- (b) Mature stage
- (c) Old stage
- (d) All of these
Q5. Known maximum age of the continental crust is about
- (a) 2000 Ma
- (b) 3000 Ma
- (c) 4000 Ma
- (d) 5000 Ma