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ocean review

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in substances can water dissolve yassss
2 properties of water boiling point and melting point
melting point of water 32 degrees
frezzing point 32degrees
defintion: cohesion when water molecules stick together
does water get bigger if frozen yassss
is water denser when frozen yasss
how do fish live in water in the winter the ice is only on top
defintion:salinity how much salt is in the ocean
what factors effect salinity evaporation and precipitation
what is one way ocean currents are caused tides
what is another way ocean currents are caused wind
how many gyres are there 5
name 1 out of 5 gyres indan ocean
what are gyres caused by coriolis effect
do all gyres spin the same direction no
is there a gyres on the pacific yasss
does salinity cause ocean currents yassss
what are all 5 gyres indian ocean, south atlantic,south pacific, north atlantic,north pacific
summarize how surface currents affect weather and climate regions near warm water currents are often warmer and wetter than regions with cold weather
in the southern hemisphere currents move to the what in what direction to the left and they move counter clockwise
in the northern hemisphere currents move to the what in what direction to the right and they move clockwise
does warm water rise and does cold water sink yasss
does the water on top get direct sunlight yasss
Created by: keelyleach1