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increase in temperature
decrease in strain rate
increase in confining pressure
increase in pore fluid pressure
same resistances and resistivities
same resistivities but different resistances
same resistances but different resistivities
different resistances and resistivities
Accretionary wedge is part of the foreland basin
Spreading ridge is a major zone of metamorphism
Dehydration of subducting slab induces mantle melting
All of These.
P – 3 ; Q – 2 ; R – 5 ; S – 1
P – 3 ; Q – 4 ; R – 1 ; S – 2
P – 3 ; Q – 4 ; R – 2 ; S – 1
P – 5 ; Q – 4 ; R – 3 ; S – 2
Newton’s law of gravitation
Coulomb’s law of electrostatics
Coulomb’s law of magnetostatics
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Gulf of Cambay
with position but not with direction
with both position and direction
with direction but not with position
neither with position nor with direction
P-4, Q-3, R-1, S-2
P-2, Q-3, R-5, S-4
P-1, Q-3, R-2, S-5
P-2, Q-3, R-1, S-4
Eolian sands do not exhibit cross bedding.
Deep marine sands are well sorted.
Glacier deposit may contain faceted pebble.
Wave ripples do not form on shallow marine sands.
P – 3, Q –1, R – 4, S – 2
P – 1, Q –2, R – 6, S – 5
P – 3, Q – 1, R – 5, S – 2
P – 2, Q - 1, R – 4, S – 6
H/C content of organic matter increases as it matures.
O/C content of organic matter increases as it matures.
Lignite does not form any hydrocarbon during maturation.
Oil source rock is most abundant in Mesozoic.
plagioclase in the sample.
quartz in the sample.
clinopyroxene in the sample.
sillimanite in the sample.
SU = BU – D – C – E
SU = BU – D + C – E
SU = BU + D – C + E
SU = BU + D – C – E
Incised channels form an account of aeolin action.
Mesa structures are observed only in steeply dipping beds.
Crevasse splay is commonly associated with meandering river.
Coral reefs are abundant in Gulf of Cambay.
A + B = C + D
A + C = D + G
A + D = B + C
E + D = C + A
uniaxial tensile strength.
uniaxial compressive strength.
indirect tensile strength.
Deep electrical resistivity
Ground Penetrating Radar
Controlled Source Electromagnetics
Position of maximum of the anomaly
Position of minimum of the anomaly
Position of zero crossing
Position midpoint between maximum and minimum of the anomaly
In VLF-EM technique, the tilt-angle mode is best suited to locate conductive bodies
Fraser filter is a difference filter
Static shift affects MT impedance phase
Tipper vector is derived from the three magnetic field components, Hx, Hy and Hz.
Twice the absolute maximum
Half-width of the anomaly
flattening the anomaly curve.
transforming the asymmetry in the anomaly to symmetry.
halving the amplitude.
doubling the amplitude.
Hx, Ey and Ez
Ex, Hy and Ez
Hx, Hy and Ez
Ex, Hy and Hz
P – 3, Q – 4, R – 2, S – 5
P – 3, Q – 1, R – 5, S – 2
P – 4, Q – 2, R – 4, S – 3
P – 1, Q – 3, R – 2, S – 4
GATE Geology and Geophysics Question Answers
early Archaean from late Archaean
Archaean froni Proterozoic
Proterozoic from Palaeozoic
Archaean froni Phanerozoic
mean sea level
local datum plane
base of upper crust
Resistivity of formation water
Degree of water saturation
Depth of invasion
Disseminated sulphide deposit
Massive sulphide deposit
All of these
magnetic field balance
proton precession magnetometer
optically pumped magnetometer
Seismic wave velocity
Electrical permeability (dielectric permittivity)
35 to 150
150 to 410
410 to 660
660 to 800
All of these
greenschist, blueschist, eclogite
greenschist, eclogite, bhteschist
blueschist, reenschist, ec1oite
bhieschist, eclogite, eenschist
In the photographs
In the terrain
In the stereoscope
In the perceptor’s mind
P-3. Q-4. R-5. S-1
P-4. Q-3. R-2. S-1
P-S. Q-3. R-2. S-1
P-2. Q-4. R-5. S-1
P, Q, S, R
Q, S, P, R
Transposition foliation is an indication of superposed folding
Stratigraphic information is retained in transposition structures
Transposition foliation develops parallel to axial plane of tight folds
Fold closures can be well identified in transposition structures
P-2 Q-l. R-4. s-3
P-4. Q-l. R-2. 5-3
P-2. Q-3. R-l. S-4
P-1. Q-2. R-3. S-4
P shows eutectic relation and Q shows high temperature limited solid solution
Both P and Q show high temperature limited solid solution
Both P and Q show eutectic relation
P shows high temperature limited solid solution and Q shows eutectic relation
Solvus occurs in both P and Q
Solvus is absent in both P and Q
Solvus occurs in P but not in Q
Solvus occurs in Q but not in P
thin layers of shale
volcanogenic (rhyolitic) sedimentary rocks