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Ocean Shore Zone

What is the Ocean Shore Zone? the point where the land meets the water.
What Features make up the Ocean Shore Zone? Barrier Islands, Estuaries, inlets, and beaches.
What are the three main ways water moves in the ocean? Tides, currents, and waves.
What are currents? ongoing movement of ocean water.
What creates currents? Wind or Water.
What are Waves? A repeated movement of water .
What is the highest part of the wave called? Crest.
What is the lowest part of the wave called? Trough
What happens when the top of the wave curls over? Forms a breaker.
What are Tides? The regular rise and fall of waters in oceans and seas.
What is a High tide? when the water level is at it's highest point.
What are spring Tides? when the sun and moon line up and pull in the same direction.
What are neap Tides? when the Sun and the moon pull in a different direction.
Created by: AnyriaC