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Chapter 8 Test Prep Game. 1)What causes a surface current? a) Earth’s Orbit b) Wind c) Earth’s Rotation d) Temperature.

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1 Chapter 8 Test Prep Game

2 1)What causes a surface current? a) Earth’s Orbit b) Wind c) Earth’s Rotation d) Temperature

3 1)What causes a surface current? a) Earth’s Orbit b) Wind c) Earth’s Rotation d) Temperature

4 2)How can an increase in CO 2 in the air affect seawater? a) O 2 levels rise b) O 2 levels fall c) pH falls d) pH rises

5 2)How can an increase in CO 2 in the air affect seawater? a) O 2 levels rise b) O 2 levels fall c) pH falls d) pH rises

6 3)Water that has a lower salinity than average is _______. a) Seawater b) Gyre c) Marine d) Brackish

7 3)Water that has a lower salinity than average is _______. a) Seawater b) Gyre c) Marine d) Brackish

8 4)A(n) __________ occurs when the Earth, Moon and Sun are in a straight line. a)Spring Tide b)Neap Tide c)High Tide d)Low Tide

9 4)A(n) __________ occurs when the Earth, Moon and Sun are in a straight line. a)Spring Tide b)Neap Tide c)High Tide d)Low Tide

10 5)A ____________ is a large volume of water flowing in one direction. a) Tsunami b) Tidal Range c) Upwelling d) Current

11 5)A ____________ is a large volume of water flowing in one direction. a) Tsunami b) Tidal Range c) Upwelling d) Current

12 6)A(n) _______ carries warm and cold water in a circular system. a) Upwelling b) Tsunami c) Gyre d) Harmful Algal Bloom

13 6)A(n) _______ carries warm and cold water in a circular system. a) Upwelling b) Tsunami c) Gyre d) Harmful Algal Bloom

14 7)A(n) _________ is a vertical movement of water towards the surface. a) Upwelling b) Tsunami c) Gyre d) Harmful Algal Bloom

15 7)A(n) _________ is a vertical movement of water towards the surface. a) Upwelling b) Tsunami c) Gyre d) Harmful Algal Bloom

16 8)Which is NOT a cause of tsunamis? a) Earthquakes b) Landslides c) Volcanic Eruptions d) Hurricanes

17 8)Which is NOT a cause of tsunamis? a) Earthquakes b) Landslides c) Volcanic Eruptions d) Hurricanes

18 9)Which moves water horizontally? a) Density Current b) Temperature Currents c) Surface Currents d) Upwellings

19 9)Which moves water horizontally? a) Density Current b) Temperature Currents c) Surface Currents d) Upwellings

20 10)Which is NOT an consequence of rising ocean temperature? a)Coral Bleaching b)Shells Dissolving c)Glacial Melting d)Rising Sea Level

21 10)Which is NOT an consequence of rising ocean temperature? a)Coral Bleaching b)Shells Dissolving c)Glacial Melting d)Rising Sea Level

22 11)Fertilizer runoff from agricultural areas can cause and excess of __________. a)Acid b)CO 2 c)Salts d)Nutrients

23 11)Fertilizer runoff from agricultural areas can cause and excess of __________. a)Acid b)CO 2 c)Salts d)Nutrients

24 12)Currents south of the equator turn CCW because of _______________. a)The Coriolis Effect b)Cold Water Rising c)The Warm Equator d)Cold Polar Regions

25 12)Currents south of the equator turn CCW because of _______________. a)The Coriolis Effect b)Cold Water Rising c)The Warm Equator d)Cold Polar Regions

26 13)Tides are caused by ___________________. a)The rise and fall of water b)Changes in ocean salinity c)The gravitational pull of the Sun and Moon d)The interaction between sand and seawater

27 13)Tides are caused by ___________________. a)The rise and fall of water b)Changes in ocean salinity c)The gravitational pull of the Sun and Moon d)The interaction between sand and seawater

28 14)_______ is the highest point in a wave. a)Trough b)Crest c)Wavelength d)Wave Height

29 14)_______ is the highest point in a wave. a)Trough b)Crest c)Wavelength d)Wave Height

30 15)A(n) __________ is a collapsing wave. a) Crest b) Trough c) Breaker d) Tide

31 15)A(n) __________ is a collapsing wave. a) Crest b) Trough c) Breaker d) Tide

32 16)In which direction do currents flow in the Northern Hemisphere? a) Counter Clockwise (CCW) b) Clockwise (CW) c) From North to South d) From South to North

33 16)In which direction do currents flow in the Northern Hemisphere? a) Counter Clockwise (CCW) b) Clockwise (CW) c) From North to South d) From South to North d

34 17)How long does it take to complete one cycle of the Great Ocean Conveyor Belt? a) 1 year b) 100 years c) 1,000 years d) 10 years

35 17)How long does it take to complete one cycle of the Great Ocean Conveyor Belt? a) 1 year b) 100 years c) 1,000 years d) 10 years d

36 18)What are the names of the 5 oceans? a) Indian, Atlantic, Pacific, Antarctic, Southern b) Indian, Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic, Southern c) Indian, Antarctic, Pacific, Arctic, Southern d) Indian, Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic, Antarctic

37 18)What are the names of the 5 oceans? a) Indian, Atlantic, Pacific, Antarctic, Southern b) Indian, Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic, Southern c) Indian, Antarctic, Pacific, Arctic, Southern d) Indian, Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic, Antarctic d

38 19)Which ocean is the largest and deepest? a) Indian b) Atlantic c) Pacific d) Arctic

39 19)Which ocean is the largest and deepest? a) Indian b) Atlantic c) Pacific d) Arctic d

40 20)When did the oceans begin to form? a) 3.5 Million Years Ago b) 4.2 Billion Years Ago c) 100,000 Years Ago d) 542 Million Years Ago

41 20)When did the oceans begin to form? a) 3.5 Million Years Ago b) 4.2 Billion Years Ago c) 100,000 Years Ago d) 542 Million Years Ago d

42 21)What are the three main ingredients of seawater? a) Chlorine, Sodium, Carbon b) Sodium, Sulfate, Nitrogen c) Chlorine, Sulfate, Potassium d) Chlorine, Sodium, Sulfate

43 21)What are the three main ingredients of seawater? a) Chlorine, Sodium, Carbon b) Sodium, Sulfate, Nitrogen c) Chlorine, Sulfate, Potassium d) Chlorine, Sodium, Sulfate d

44 22)Which of the following seafloor features is closest to a continent? a) Continental Slope b) Trench c) Continental Margin d) Abyssal Plain

45 22)Which of the following seafloor features is closest to a continent? a) Continental Slope b) Trench c) Continental Margin d) Abyssal Plain d

46 23)What are the two main Seafloor resources? a) Energy and Sand b) Energy and Minerals c) Sand and Minerals d) Water and Sand

47 23)What are the two main Seafloor resources? a) Energy and Sand b) Energy and Minerals c) Sand and Minerals d) Water and Sand d

48 24)What is the name for the large, flat areas across the deepest part of the seafloor? a) Mid-Ocean Ridges b) Ocean Trenches c) Abyssal Plains d) Continental Margins

49 24)What is the name for the large, flat areas across the deepest part of the seafloor? a) Mid-Ocean Ridges b) Ocean Trenches c) Abyssal Plains d) Continental Margins d

50 25)What is a Tidal Range? a) A mountain that occurs at Low Tide b) The height difference between High and Low Tide c) A mountain that occurs at High Tide d) The height difference between Spring and Neap Tide

51 25)What is a Tidal Range? a) A mountain that occurs at Low Tide b) The height difference between High and Low Tide c) A mountain that occurs at High Tide d) The height difference between Spring and Neap Tide d

52 26)What is the largest ocean pollution source? a) Shipping Spills b) Trash Dumping c) Airborne Pollutants d) Land Runoff

53 26)What is the largest ocean pollution source? a) Shipping Spills b) Trash Dumping c) Airborne Pollutants d) Land Runoff

54 27)Which of the following is NOT a type of ocean pollution? a) Melting Ice Caps b) Solid Waste c) Excess Sediments d) Excess Nutrients

55 27)Which of the following is NOT a type of ocean pollution? a) Melting Ice Caps b) Solid Waste c) Excess Sediments d) Excess Nutrients

56 28)How large is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch? a) About the Size of Rhode Island b) About the Size of Indiana c) About Twice the Size of Texas d) About the Size of the United States

57 28)How large is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch? a) About the Size of Rhode Island b) About the Size of Indiana c) About Twice the Size of Texas d) About the Size of the United States

58 29)What is the main source of excess nutrients in the oceans? a) Hospital Waste b) Dumping Vitamins in the Ocean c) Removing Trees from Shorelines d) Fertilizers and Other Farm Products

59 29)What is the main source of excess nutrients in the oceans? a) Hospital Waste b) Dumping Vitamins in the Ocean c) Removing Trees from Shorelines d) Fertilizers and Other Farm Products d

60 30)How much of a change in ocean temperature is required for Coral Bleaching to start? a) 1  C b) 5  C c) 10  C d) 25  C

61 30)How much of a change in ocean temperature is required for Coral Bleaching to start? a) 1  C b) 5  C c) 10  C d) 25  C d

62 Tie-Breaker Question: How deep is the Mariana Trench (in feet)? Note: Must be closest to the correct answer without going over.

63 36,201 Feet Tie-Breaker Question: How deep is the Mariana Trench (in feet)?


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