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what are curents cohesive streams of sea water
what are currents caused by gravity wind density
what are the two types of currents surface circulation and deep circulation
how many Gyres are there 5
where are the Gyres located 2 in pacific, 2 in Atlantic, 1 in indian
what are Gyres steered by continents
what are Gyres made of other currents
can tides create a current yes
what is the salinity of the ocean 35 per thousand
what is salinity the amount of dissolved salt in the ocean
the temp of the ocean varies by the amount of time the sun hits it
what effects the density of sea water temp salinity preasure
what is density how close the water particles are in a certain amount of space
Ocean water contains about 96.5 percent by weight pure water
remaining 3.5 percent chloride sodium sulfate magnesium
The drainage of water from continents via the hydrologic cycle plays an important role in transporting chemicals from the land to the sea
does the ocean have layers yes
Freezing point of seawater is -1.8˚C
Used for determining the density of seawater Salinity
Affects the freezing point of seawater Salinity
Affects the temperature of maximum density of seawater Salinity
salinity increases with depth At high latitudes
salinity decreases with depth At mid and low latitudes
hemical composition of the ocean contains element plus various gases
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