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Chapter 8.2 Outline

SentencesMost Important Word
The ________ is the lowest part of a wave. Trough
____ causes the waves that roll onto a beach. Waves
Three factors affect the size of surface waves - ___ ___, ___, and ____. Wind speed; time; distance
The motion of a water particle in a wave is _____. Circular
At a certain depth, called the ____ ____, wave motion stops. Wave base
As a wave moves into _______ shallow water, it changes shape and size. Shallow
A _______ is a wave that forms when an ocean disturbance suddenly moves a large volume of water. Tsunami
As a tsunami approaches shore, it slows down and grows ____. Higher
Unlike a common wind-driven wave, the water from a tsunami just keeps _______. Coming
_______ is the average level of the ocean's surface at any given time. Sea level
_____ are the periodic rise and fall of the ocean's surface caused by the gravitational force between Earth and the Moon, and between Earth and the Sun. Tides
The gravitational force that causes the largest tides is between the ______ and the Moon. Earth
The ________ of continents, the shape and size of ocean basins, and the depth of the oceans affect tides. Coastlines
The difference in water level between a high tide and a low tide is the _____ ______. Tidal range
A _____ ______ has the largest tidal range and occurs when Earth, the Moon, and the Sun form a straight line. Spring tide
A ____ ____ has the lowest tidal range and occurs when Earth, the Moon, and the Sun form a right angle. Neap tide
Created by: minormal1299