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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 200 400 600 800.

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1 This is

2 Jeopardy Earth Science

3 Wave Action Tides Ocean Water Chemistry Currents and Climate Mr. Schmidt’s Brain Capture the Chapter r 200 400 600 800 Jeopardy

4 Wave Action for 200 When a wave passes by, water particles move in a ____________ motion.

5 Wave Action for 400 The strength of a wave depends mainly on its

6 Wave Action for 600 Tsunamis are most common in the

7 Wave Action for 800 The horizontal distance between crests of waves is the ______________.

8 Tides for 200 The total number of high tides that occur each day in most places is

9 Tides for 400 A spring tide occurs when the ___________, sun, and Earth are in a straight line.

10 Tides for 600 Low tides occur about every _________ hours and 25 minutes.

11 Tides for 800 ____________ is the force that causes tides.

12 Ocean Water Chemistry 200 Two gases found in ocean water that are necessary for living things are _____________ and ____________.

13 Ocean Water Chemistry 400 As you go deeper in the ocean, all of the following decrease EXCEPT

14 Ocean Water Chemistry 600 Oxygen in ocean water comes from the atmosphere and ____________.

15 Ocean Water Chemistry 800 The density of seawater depends on its temperature and _______________.

16 Currents and Climates for 200 Both surface currents and waves are caused mainly by ______________.

17 Currents and Climates for 400 In the Northern Hemisphere, ocean currents curve to the right because of the ____________________.

18 Currents and Climates for 600 The largest and most powerful surface current in the North Atlantic Ocean is the ______________________.

19 Currents and Climates for 800 Deep currents are caused by differences in _______________.

20 Mr. Schmidt’s Brain for 200 As the water becomes more shallow, the bottoms of the waves drag on the ocean floor and ___________ down.

21 Mr. Schmidt’s Brain for 400 The slowing of the wave makes the wavelength ________________.

22 Mr. Schmidt’s Brain for 600 As the wave nears shore, water piles up and causes the _______________ to increase.

23 Mr. Schmidt’s Brain for 800 ______________ bring up tiny ocean organisms, minerals, and other materials from deeper layers of the water and increase the nutrients.

24 Capture the Chapter for 200 The farther apart waves are, the greater their _______________.

25 Capture the Chapter for 400 A _______________ is caused by an earthquake on the ocean floor.

26 Capture the Chapter for 600 The most common salt in ocean water is ____________________.

27 Capture the Chapter for 800 Surface currents usually flow more quickly than ________________ currents.

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32 Wave Action Tides Ocean Water Chemistry Currents and Climate Mr. Schmidt’s Brain Capture the Chapter 400 800 1200 1600 Double Jeopardy

33 Wave Action for 400 Waves start in the _______________

34 Wave Action for 800 The number of waves that pass a point in a certain amount of time is called the _________________.

35 Wave Action for 1200 The movement of sand along the beach is called _______________.

36 Wave Action for 1600 Waves shape a ____________ by eroding the shore in some places and building it up in others.

37 Tides for 400 A spring tide occurs during these two moons.

38 Tides for 800 Tides are most noticeable in ________.

39 Tides for 1200 This is the name for the tide with the least difference between low and high tide.

40 Tides for 1600 Engineers have designed __________ power plants that capture some of this energy as the tide moves in and out.

41 Ocean Water Chemistry for 400 On average, one ______________ of ocean water contains about 35 grams of salts.

42 Ocean Water Chemistry for 800 This is the common name for sodium chloride.

43 Ocean Water Chemistry for 1200 The three zones of the ocean are ____________, ____________ and ________________

44 Ocean Water Chemistry for 1600 To observe the deep ocean, scientists must use a _______________, an underwater vehicle built of materials that resist pressure.

45 Currents and Climate for 400 This is a large stream of moving water that flows through the oceans.

46 Currents and Climate for 800 This is the pattern of temperature and precipitation typical of an area over a long period of time.

47 Currents and Climate for 1200 A _________________ warms or cools the air above it, influencing the climate of the land near the coast.

48 Currents and Climate for 1600 An abnormal climate event that occurs every two to seven years in the Pacific Ocean.

49 Mr. Schmidt's Brain for 400 Zones of upwellings are usually homes to huge schools of ____________

50 Mr. Schmidt's Brain for 800 This is the average temperature of the deep zone.

51 Mr. Schmidt's Brain for 1200 This is the name of the daily rise and fall of Earth’s waters on its coastlines.

52 Mr. Schmidt's Brain for 1600 This is a natural landform that protects shorelines from wave action.

53 Capture the Chapter for 400 This is a rush of water that flows rapidly back to sea through a narrow opening

54 Capture the Chapter for 800 Springen mean ________________ which is where spring tides get their names from.

55 Capture the Chapter for 1200 The temperature of the ocean water _______________ as you move away from the equator.

56 Capture the Chapter for 1600 As ice forms near the poles, the ___________ of the water increases from the salt left behind during freezing.

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