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Oceanography 24 & 25 Ocean Zones TidesOcean Water Elements Grab bag 100 200 300 400 500
The bottom region of the ocean Answer
Benthic Zone Home
The movement of deep, cold, and nutrient-rich water to the surface Answer
The region of an ocean or body of fresh water above the benthic zone. Answer
Pelagic Zone Home
What are the two main solids dissolved in ocean water? Answer
Sodium and Chlorine Home
What are the 3 main temperature zones in the ocean? Answer
1. Surface water- solar energy 2. Thermocline- where Sun stops heating 3. Deep Water- cold water becomes dense & sinks Home
The water in the ocean moves in giant streams called ____ Answer
The shallow sea floor that is located between the shoreline and the deep- ocean bottom Answer
Continental Margin Home
What is SONAR? Answer
Sound Navigation and Ranging- uses sound waves to find depths of the ocean floor Home
What 2 factors affect the density of ocean water? Answer
Temperature and Salinity Home
What ocean floor feature is created at a subduction zone? Answer
A measure of the amount of dissolved salts in a given liquid Answer
The ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume of the substance Answer
The curving of the paths of ocean currents and winds due to Earth’s rotation is called the _________ Answer
Coriolis Effect Home
A layer in a body of water in which water temperature drops with increased depth faster than it does in other layers Answer
What are microscopic organisms that live in the sunlit zone, creating the base of the food chain? Answer
Answer The force that causes tides is _____________
Waves strike the coastline head-on instead of at an angle as a result of ________ Answer
Gases dissolve most readily in what kind of water? Answer
Cold ocean water Home
Trace elements in the ocean are those minerals that are __________ in amount Answer
Answer The 2 main gases dissolved in ocean water are ___________ and ________________
Nitrogen and oxygen Home
The distance the wind blows across an area of the sea to generate waves is known as _________ Answer
2 identical points on consecutive waves pass a given point in one __________ Answer
Wave Period Home
What ocean floor feature is created when two oceanic plates diverge? Answer
Mid-ocean Ridge Home
What is the research vessel that laid the foundation for modern day oceanography? Answer
HMS Challenger Home
Deep currents are caused by differences in _____________ Answer
Density of ocean water Home
Which of the following gasses dissolves most easily in ocean water? a) Hydrogen b) Oxygen c) Nitrogen d) Carbon dioxide.
Ocean Systems 3.1 The oceans are a connected system. 3.2
Oceans Review. Wave Action A wave is the movement of ________ through a body of water.
What is “transpiration?” A. Water to gas B. Gas to water C. Evaporation from plants D. Water falling from clouds.
Standard Chapter 19 Section 1 Chapter 20 Section 1
Chapter 20 Section 1 Review Page 500
Properties of Ocean Water. Dissolved Gases Gases… - Nitrogen (N), oxygen (O 2 ), and carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) - Gases can enter the ocean from streams,
Ch Properties of Ocean Water
Oceanography Jeopardy! -Review for Unit Test
2.1 Exploring the Ocean. The water in Earth’s oceans varies in salinity, temperature, and depth The water in Earth’s oceans varies in salinity, temperature,
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.
(c) McGraw Hill Ryerson Ocean Currents There are more than 20 major currents which move large amounts of water predictably around the oceans.
Oceanography Test Review
Partner Reading Take out your spiral notebook. Open your textbook to page 75. Read pages Pair up with one other person Each reads 2 paragraphs As.
Chapter 13: Oceans By: Sallie Back & Whitney Traynham.
This works by calculating the time it takes for sound waves to travel to the ocean floor and reflect back; we use it to measure the depth of the ocean.
Ocean Water Chapter 20.
Key Ideas Describe the chemical composition of ocean water.
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