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Oceanography 4th

Study Stack #4

What are the most important source of food and mineral resources as well as human recreation and transportation? The oceans
What is the Chesapeake Bay? An estuary where fresh and salt water mixes.
What watershed do we live in? The Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
Will a decrease in plant populations affect any of the water animals? Yes, it will effect all animals and destroy the food web.
What is the relatively flat seafloor from the continental rise to the mid- ocean ridge? The Abyssal Plain.
What are seamounts? Underwater Volcanoes.
Climates nearer the ocean are _____ than those found inland on the continent. Fill in the blank. Milder.
What does El Nino affect? Weather patterns world wide.
What part of the water cycle is the most effective in erosion? Runoff.
True or False. Oceans resources are finite and should be used roughly. False. Ocean resources are finite and should be used with care.
Created by: BChildress