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Size of a wave depends on 3 things. What are they?
a) Speed of wind, How long the wind blows, Size of area the wind is blowing over b) Speed of wind, How long the wind blows, type of water c) Speed of wind, Size of area the wind is blowing over, type of wind d) How long the wind blows, Size of area the wind is blowing over, transverse
Tsunamis are caused by...
a) Underwater earthquakes, volcanic eruptions or underwater rockslides b) Volcanic eruptions or underwater rockslides c) underwater earthquakes, & underwater rockslides d) None of these
What are 2 types of currents? & How do they affect climate of the world?
a) Surface & deep and they carry warm water to cool regions and cool water to warm regions b) Tides & waves and they carry warm water to cool regions and cool water to warm regions c) Surface & tides and they carry warm water to cool regions and cool water to warm regions d) Deep & upwelling and they carry warm water to cool regions and cool water to warm regions
What are The Global Conveyor Belt...
a) System of deep currents that circle the Earth b) System of surface currents that circle the Earth c) System of deep waves that circle the Earth d) System of deep tides that circle the Earth
When springs tides occur they have the ___________ tidal ranges which means...
a) phase when tidal range is maximal. High tide at its highest. Low tide at its lowest. b) phase when tidal range is minimal. High tide at its highest. Low tide at its lowest. c) phase when tidal range is maximal. High tide at its lowest. Low tide at its lowest. d) phase when tidal range is maximal. High tide at its highest. Low tide at its highest.
Tidal waves influenced by the Coriolis effect because a large volume of water moves with the waves. They move? around in the Northern Hemisphere, and ?around the in the Southern H
a) counterclockwise, clockwise b) clockwise, counterclockwise c) clockwise, clockwise d) counterclockwise, counterclockwise
As moon orbits earth about once a month, every 2 weeks the moon and sun line up as it is a full and new moon)
a) Spring tides b) Neap tides c) Waves d) Currents
The force of attraction between any two objects in the universe.
a) gravity b) inertia c) range d) pulse
The daily rise and fall of the water level at the shoreline caused primarily...
a) tide b) wave c) current d) deep current
Why do waves increase in height as they approach the shore?
a) The waves begin to interact with the ocean floor. b) The water’s density decreases because it’s warmer near the shore. c) The water particles speed up as they approach land. d) The waves are forced into narrow inlets of land.
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