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parts of ocean floor

9 parts of ocean floor

A long, narrow depression on the ocean floor. Trench
Flat-topped seamounts Guyots
Underwater mountains caused by volcanic eruptions Seamounts
Mountain chains created when earthquakes occurred under the ocean floor Mid-ocean ridges
A flat area on the deep ocean floor Abyssal plain
Where the land under the sea drops all the way to the ocean floor Continental slope
The part of the continent that stretches into the ocean Continental shelf
The part of the ocean floor where sediments collect after they have eroded from the slope. Continental rise

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