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One of the most important processes in the ocean is that organisms must...
a) get food b) get sleep c) get along with eachother d) make babies
Which of the following is a continental shelf resource?
a) natural gas/oil b) copper c) maganese d) silver
Why aren't we able to get resources from deep water areas?
a) it is too expensive to mine these materials b) there isnt anything down there c) we get plenty from the continental shelf d) no one is brave enough to go down there
Which of the following is NOT a deep water resource?
a) organic stuff b) copper c) zinc d) silver
Which of the following is NOT found on the continental shelf?
a) maganese b) gemstones c) gravel d) organic stuff
Which of the following is a deep water resource?
a) silver b) limestone c) sand d) natural gas/oil
The second step of new seafloor forming is...
a) As they move the floor changes b) ocean plates separate and magma pours out c) this forms new sea floor d) large sections of the crust are moving
The first step of new seafloor forming is...
a) Ocean plates separate and magma pours out b) Large sections of the crust are moving c) as they move the floor changes d) this forms new seafloor
A _______________ is a long steep-sided depression.
a) trench b) subduction zone c) seamount d) abyssal plain
Almost all of the energy used by organisms comes from the...
a) sun b) moon c) organisms in the water d) wind
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