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Oceans

Mrs. Mitro

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2.currents in the seas and oceans caused by the horizontal pressure gradients resulting from the nonuniform distribution of density in seawater
6.the height of the water in the sea
10.category of sonar system that is used to efficiently create an image of large areas of the sea floor
11.a channel or conduit for conveying water
12.study of the earth's oceans
13.a wave that breaks or dashes into foam.
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1.It's an oceanographic variable, which looks at how the temperature of the ocean changes as you go from the sea surface straight down to the seafloor
3.amount of dissolved salt in the water
4.the periodic rise and fall of the waters of the ocean and its inlets, produced by the attraction of the moon and sun, and occurring about every 12 hours.
5.a layer of water in an ocean or certain lakes, where the temperature gradient is greater than that of the warmer layer above and the colder layer below.
6.Water movement which extends to depths of 3-10 feet
7.the process by which warm, less-dense surface water is drawn away from along a shore by offshore currents and replaced by cold, denser water brought up from the subsurface.
8.a disturbance on the surface of a liquid body, as the sea or a lake, in the form of a moving ridge or swell.
9.the foamy top of a wave.

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