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Each continent is rimmed by a submerged, fairly shallow shelf.This shelf is called? Continental shelf
The area where most ocean life lives is the continental shelf. True or False True
The land area that begins where the continental shelf ends and dramatically drops to the sea floor is called? continental slope
The gently rising area where the continental slope becomes the abyssal plain is called the __________. continental rise
The vast floor of the deep oceans is known as the ___________. abyssal plain
The abyssal plain covers over half of earth's surface. True or false True
The place where plates of the Earth's crust along the ocean floor split apart and molten rock pushes up.This is called? mid-ocean ridges
Places where two plates of the Earth's crust hit each other, forcing one of the plates to go under the other one. Trenches
A steep-sided volcanic mountain that is usually submerged under the ocean. seamounts
a ring of islands around a shallow central lagoon atoll
The deepest part of the ocaen is known as trenches. True or False True
Created by: halehall