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wgu mod 12 science


Pacific Ocean (Earth's largest, deepest, and oldest); Atlantic Ocean (coldest and saltiest); Indian Ocean (smallest) - all connected the world's oceans
streams of water tha tmove relative to the larger ocean currents and tides
are usually created by wind pushing across the water's surface, moving the water along with it surface currents
are the rising of Earth's ocean surface caused by the tital forces of the Moon and the Sun acting on the oceans tides
evaporation, condensation, precipitation, run off, percolation water cycle
the general pattern of weather that occurs in a region over a period of years climate
state of the atmosphere at a particular time and place - atmospheric pressure, temperature, wind, precipitation, cloudiness, and humidity weather
climatically and geographically defined areas of ecologically similar climatic conditions such as communities of plants, animals, and soil organisms, and are often referred to as ecosystems (terrestrial, freshwater, marine) biomes
convection currents occur within the geosphere - plate tectonics, the atmosphere - wind, and the hydrosphere - ocean currents convection currents
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