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These cause both surface currents and waves. What are winds? Category 1 Question 1
Water particles move in this fashion when a wave passes through. What is a circular motion? Category 1 Question 2
This determines the strength of a wave. What is wave height? Category 1 Question 3
In shallow water, this increases. What is wave height? Category 1 Question 4
These powerful waves are caused by earthquakes on the ocean floor displacing large amounts of water. What are tsunamis? Category 1 Question 5
This type of tide occurs when the Earth, sun, and moon are all in a straight line. What is a spring tide? Category 2 Question 1
The sum of the number of high tides and low tides in any given day, on any given beach. What is four? Category 2 Question 2
Low tides occur about this often in one day. What is twice? (About every12.5 hours) Category 2 Question 3
This type of tide occurs when the Earth, sun, and moon form a right angle. What is a neap tide? Category 2 Question 4
Tsunamis are most common in this ocean. What is the Pacific Ocean? Category 2 Question 5
This steadily decreases the further down you travel from the ocean surface. What is light, or color, or temperature? Category 3 Question 1
This steadily increases the further down you travel from the ocean surface. What is pressure? Category 3 Question 2
These two gases are necessary in the ocean for living things to survive. What are oxygen and carbon dioxide? Category 3 Question 3
This is a measure of the total amount of salts dissolved in ocean water. What is salinity? Category 3 Question 4
The density of sea water depends largely on these two factors. What are temperature and salinity? Category 3 Question 5
Differences in this cause most of the deep-water currents in the ocean. What is density? Category 4 Question 1
Winds blow horizontally, but because of Earth’s rotation, they curve. This phenomenon is called… What is the Coriolis effect? Category 4 Question 2
Because of the Coriolis effect, ocean currents AND winds in the Northern Hemisphere curve in this direction. What is clockwise? Category 4 Question 3
This large scale weather system changes wind patterns and affects Earth’s weather. What is El Niño? Category 4 Question 4
Category 4 Question 5 If there are 15 units of pressure at the surface, and pressure increases 10 units per 100 meters, the pressure at 300 meters would be this. What is 45?
Chapter 4. Wave Action A wave is the movement of energy through a body of water. Most waves form when winds blowing across the water’s surface transmit.
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This is. Jeopardy Earth Science Wave Action Tides Ocean Water Chemistry Currents and Climate Mr. Schmidt’s Brain Capture the Chapter r
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Bellringer: Copy the standard and Essential Question. S6E3d- Explain the causes of waves, currents and tides. Essential Question- How do currents, waves.
Ocean Motion. Waves are..... Wave height will change if the wind.... Waves are caused by.... Types of waves Waves cause erosion of the shoreline.
Map of Currents Which of the following does NOT cause currents? A. wind B. the Earth's rotation C. moon’s gravitational pull D. differences in water.
S6E3d- Explain the causes of waves, currents and tides. Essential Question- How do currents, waves and tides affect climate?
Crest- highest part of a wave Trough- lowest part of a wave Wavelength- horizontal length between crests. Wave height- vertical distance from crest to.
Ocean Motions Information to help you along in Earth science.
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Oceans and Climate Review. Wavelength 1. The lowest point of a wave is the a. wavelength b. crest c. frequency d. trough.
WAVES TIDES CURRENTS WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?. WAVES Definition: Movement of energy through water Created by energy being transferred from the wind through.
THIS IS With Host... Your Objects in motion Density Wind and water movement Random Vocabulary Diagrams.
Waves. Important Pts. To Remember The transfer of ENERGY from wind to water makes waves. The waves move, NOT the water.
Waves, Currents, and Tides. Waves, Currents, Tides (WCT) Cornell Notes Key TermsNotes Summary:
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Ocean Systems CHAPTER the BIG idea The oceans are a connected system of water in motion. The oceans are a connected system. 3.1 Ocean water moves in currents.
Tides and Currents Review sheet Answers. 1: draw and label the parts of a wave.
Jeopardy $100 OceansAtmosphere Thermal Energy Coriolis Effect Lagniappe $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300.
May 9, 2014 Pick up a summary worksheet and slip of white paper. On the slip: Write your name, “Oceans Test” and number from 1-20 going down the page.
Oceans. Importance of Oceans Food Food Recreation Recreation Energy resources (oil & natural gas) Energy resources (oil & natural gas) Transportation.
Anatomy of a Wave. Waves- Main Causes Waves do not move across the water, they rise and fall in one place (a circular motion) Wind blows across surface.
WAVES TIDES CURRENTS WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?. WAVES Definition: A form of energy moving through water Created by energy being transferred from the wind.
(c) McGraw Hill Ryerson Ocean Currents There are more than 20 major currents which move large amounts of water predictably around the oceans.
Marine Physics Chapters 8, 9, 10 JUST COPY WHAT IS UNDERLINED!!!!!!
A stream of moving particles Can be identified as: ◦ Surface ◦ Deep.
Ocean Water Chemistry and Currents. Ocean Water Chemistry Salinity: the amount of salt dissolved in ocean water –1kg of ocean water contains 35g of salt.
Ocean Motions Wave Action Tides Ocean Water Chemistry Currents and Climate Table of Contents.
Divisions of the Global Ocean 1. Atlantic second largest a) Average depth of 3.6 km 2. Pacific largest ocean and feature on Earth’s surface a) Contains.
The Movement of Ocean Water Chapter 20. Sections Currents Currents Waves Waves Tides Tides.
Ocean Waves, Currents, and Tides Mr. Woodham 6 th Grade Earth Science Marshall Middle School.
The Movement of Ocean Water Carin Miranda Smyrna Middle School
Ocean Systems CHAPTER the BIG idea The oceans are a connected system of water in motion. The oceans are a connected system. Ocean water moves in currents.
What Is a Wave? Most waves form when winds blowing across the water’s surface transmit their energy to the water. - Wave Action.
Ocean Motion OCEAN MOTION!. Waves The up and down movement of surface water. Waves are really energy! Water moves in a circular motion, while the energy.
Daily Entry Get an Environmental book and look them up What are some ways to conserve water? What is a recharge zone? What is the difference between point.
Why are there ocean tides?. Every 6 hours there is either a low tide or a high tide. 2 of each per day.
S6E3d- Explain the causes of waves, currents and tides.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Surface.
Ocean Currents “Rivers in the Ocean”. Currents Current – a large stream of moving water that flows through the ocean. Capable of moving large amounts.
Motions Of The Ocean Waves Waves the movement of energy through a body of water - pulses of energy Waves are set in motion by winds and earthquakes Wave.
Chapter 14 – The Movement of Ocean Water Ocean Currents – The stream like movement of water in the oceans that are influenced by many factors. Thor Heyerdahl.
Complete the #1-5 on page 3 of the sheet entitled, “Standardized Test Prep”. Answer all questions to the best of your ability. You may write on this sheet.
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