Q.1: Salinity is the amount of salt in grams present in _______ grams of water.

a) 100

b) 1000

c) 10,000

Q.2: When the water vapour cools down, it condenses and forms _______.

a) dew

b) mist

c) clouds

Q.3: _________ is celebrated as World Water Day.

a) December 22

b) May 12

c) March 22

Q.4: There are _______ movements of ocean.

a) two

b) three

c) five


Q.5: Percentage of fresh water in atmosphere is _____.

a) 0.0019%

b) 0.0001%

c) 02.0%

Q.6: Dead sea is in ______.

a) Iran

b) USA

c) Israel

Q.7: ______ are formed when gentle wind scrapes across ocean surface.

a) waves

b) tides

c) currents

Q.8: Tsunami is a ________ word.

a) Korean

b) Japanese

c) Indian

Q.9: _________ in the Andaman and Nicobar islands got submerged after the tsunami.

a) Indira Point

b) Port Blair

c) Kavaratti


Q.10: The largest tsunami ever measured was _____.

a) 150 m

b) 120 m

c) 200 m

Q.11: It is possible to give a ___ hour notice of a potential tsunami.

a) 2

b) 3

c) 4

Q.12: The rhythmic rise and fall of ocean water twice  in a day is called ______.

a) wave

b) tide

c) current

Q.13: The Labrador current is a _______ current.

a) cold

b) warm

c) both

Q.14: _____ currents bring over warm temperature over land surface.

a) cold

b) warm

c) humid


Q.15: _______ tides help in navigation.

a) high

b) low

c) none

Q.16: _______ tides occur during the full moon and new moon day, when the earth, moon and sun are in the same line.

a) neap

b) spring

c) warm

Q.17: Many fish come closer to the shore during ______ tide.

a) high

b) low

c) cold

Q.18: The areas where cold and warm currents meet have ______ weather.

a) foggy

b) humid

c) moderate

Q.19: Tsunami struck havoc in Indian Ocean on __________.

a) 2 December 2011

b) 26 December 2004

c) 25 December 2000


Q.20: ______ of the earth’s surface is covered by water.

a) 3/4th

b) 2/3rd

c) 1/4th

Published by Priya Prakash

In the midst of winter, i found there was within me an invincible summer ~ Albert Camus

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