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a procedure designed to test a hypothesis experiment
information or data that is expressed using numbers quantitative
the tendency of water to stick to other substances cohesion
the concentration of salts in a liquid such as water salinity
an area where salty ocean water mixes with fresh water from rivers estuary
the movement of colder, nutrient-rich waters from the deep ocean into shallow areas upwelling
tiny organisms that are moved by ocean currents plankton
the method of gathering information about areas without visiting the area remote sensing
the means of using satellites to pinpoint locations on Earth GPS - global positioning system
the area that slopes down from the edge of the shoreline toward the ocean intertidal
the amount of space an object occupies volume
man made synthetic
charged atom ion
unable to react chemically inert
able to be stretched or drawn into wires without breaking ductile
Created by: janepope