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earth science

what are currents cohesive streams of sea water
what are currents caused by wind,gravity, and density
what two currents are there deep circulation and surface circulation
how many gyre are there there are five
what are gyre made by currents
when does the surface current end The surface current consists of the first 1,300 feet of water.
when does the deep currents start 1,300 feet of water
why is the deep current different than the surface current it has more salt content
whats the surface zone area of shallow water that receives the greatest amount of sunlight
whats the surface zone area of shallow water that receives the greatest amount of sunlight
whats the middle zone lies bettwen the surface zone and the deep zone
whats the deep zone dosent receive sunlight
whats salinity a measure of the mass of dissolved solids in a mass of water
diffrance bettwen seawater and brackish water brackish water is from the river that enters the sea seawater is from the sea
minerals from the seafloor manganese nodules gold zinc
energy resources from the seafloor oil,natural gas,methane hydrates
whats in a water molecule 1oxygen-negative 2hydro-posotive
whats adhesion the attraction among molecules that are alike
whats cohesion the attraction among molecules that are not alike
what happen when the surface water of a pond cools to 0 degrees becomes less dense
is it true that the the density of ice is lower than the density of the same volume of liquid water true
is it true that the density of freshwater is lowest at 4 degrees no-greatest
is it ture that the particles of liquid water are closer together than the particles of the same volume of frozen water no-further apart
one way in which water is a unique compound ice flouts in water
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