1. Which of the following is known as “The cold pole” of the world?

A) Leurential region of canada

B) Verkhoyansk

C) Antarctica

D) Green lands

2. Which of the following planets has largest number of natural satellites or moons

A) jupiter

B) Mars

C) Saturn

D) Venus

3. Atmospheric humidity is measured by

A) Psychrometer

B) Anemometer

C) Hydrometer

D) Lysimeter

4. Less dew is formed on cloudy nights because

A) Clouds absorb the falling dew

B) Clouds scatter moisture

C) On cloudy nights the radiation takes place very slowly

D) On cloudy nights the radiation takes place very quickly

5. When the relative humidity is 50 percent and air temperature is 30?C a cooling of air mass

A) Raises the absolute humidity

B) Produces no change in relative humidity

C) Decreases the relative humidity

D) Increases the relative humidity

6. When it rains, the relative humidity in the atmosphere is

A) 0 percent

B) 50 percent

C) 75 percent

D) 100 percent

7. Which of the following terms is not connected with the study of climate?

A) Dew Point

B) Flash Point

C) Hygrogram

D) Stevenson Screen

8. Which of the following types of rainfall is often accompanied with lightning and thunder?

A) Orographic

B) Convectional

C) Frontal

D) None of these

1. B 2. A 3. A 4. C
5. D 6. D 7. B 8. B