Timer The final Jeopardy answer is: C1 final Why are waves usually bigger in the ocean than in a small lake?
C1 final The size of a wave depends on the area of the water and the strength of the wind. The wind may blow the same strength over the lake as the ocean, but the ocean has a larger surface. So, the wind blows over a longer distance as it moves over the ocean, producing larger waves.
C2 $100 The part of the ocean floor that drops steeply.
C5 $500 Rainwater flows along the side of the street, carrying leaves and twigs and depositing them where the flow turns the corner. Which makes the flow slow down. Is this a good model for long shore currents that carry beach material? Explain?
C5 $500 YES, long shore currents drop their sediments at a place where the current slows, just as the flow of rainwater deposits leaves where it turns the corner.
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