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Mrs.Bowman 8th grade science class

3 causes of ocean currents. 1. Difference in Temp. 2. Difference in salinity 3. winds
if water is less dense it will rise
if water is more dense it will sink
warm warter compared to cold water is less dense
cold water compared to warm water is... more dense
high salinity water compared to low salinity water wil... sink because it is more dense
what moves surface currents? wind
what moves deep ocean currents? differences in temperature and differences in salininty
how does the coriolis effect influence the ocean? it moves the ocean waters to the right (clockwise) in the northern hemisphere and left (counterclockwise) in the southern hempisphere
surface currents move warm water to the? poles where the water will become cold and sink
name the 4 currents of the North Pacific Ocean Gyre. north pacific c(north) calidornia current(east) north equatorial c(south) Kuroshio current(west)
name the 4 currents of the South Pacific Ocean Gyre. south equatorial c(north) peru current(east) south pacific c(south) east australia curretn(west)
which direction does the south pacific ocean gyre travel? counterclockwise-all of the gyres in the southern hemisphere travel counterclockwise
what is salinity? salt
warm water does what? rises
cold water does what? sinks
Created by: annaquino1998