By: D.K Choudhary
Q 1. Pelagic deposits are in the form of liquid mud known as ooze. They occur ?
(A) on the deep ocean floor (B) on the floor of enclosed sea
(C) off large river months (D) none of the above
Q 2. benthos is the name given to a those organisms which live ?
(A) at the bottom of the ocean
(B) in enclosed sea
(C) in the upper layers of ocean
(D) along the shore
Q 3. Oozes are associated with ?
(A) volcanic deposits (B) terrigenous deposits
(C) pelagic deposits (D) coral reefs
Q 4. An algae type ocean deposit is ?
(A) Neritic remains (B) diatom Ooze
(C) Pteropod Ooze (D) Pelagic deposeits
Q 5. Radiolarian oozes occur in the depths of ?
(A) 600 to 1200 fathoms (B) 1500 to 2000 fathoms
(C) 2000 to 5000 fathoms (D) 5000 to 6000 fathoms
Q 6. which of the following kinds of organisms are the diatoms ?
(A) Unicellular algae (B) Protozoans
(C) Free floating bryophytes (D) Organic ooze materials
Q 7. Pelagic deposits consist of ?
(A) Terrigenous materials (B) Cosmic materials
(C) Inorganic materials (D) Organic ooze materials
Q 8. The deepest ocean in the world is ?
(A) The Indian ocean (B) The atlantic ocean
(C) The Pacific ocean (D) None of these
Q 9. The continent having the largest area in the equatorial ?
(A) Asia (B) South Africa
(C) Africa (D) North America
Q 10. Fiord originate as a result of ?
(A) Glacial erosion (B) Soil erosion
(C) Land slide (D) Rock formation