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Jeopardy Salt vs. Fresh Ocean floor Tides Currents Waves Q $100Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Salt vs. FreshHow does ocean water differ from fresh water?
$100 Answer from Salt vs. FreshOcean water has a higher concentrate Of sodium chloride (SALT)
$200 Question from Salt vs. FreshWhat are the percentages of water on Earth? ( Salt= ? Fresh= ? )
$200 Answer from Salt vs. Fresh
$300 Question from Salt vs. FreshWhere is the greatest amount of Earth’s FRESH WATER?
$300 Answer from Salt vs. FreshGlaciers and Icecaps
$400 Question from Salt vs. FreshWhich processes are responsible for the distribution of freshwater to inland locations on the continents?
$400 Answer from Salt vs. FreshAir masses/Wind
$500 Question from Salt vs. FreshWhat is the most important function of the ocean?
$500 Answer from Salt vs. FreshWater evaporating into the atmosphere (Water Cycle)
$100 Question from Ocean FloorExplain the Continental shelf, slope, And rise.
$100 Answer from Ocean FloorShelf: Slopes gently from continent Slope: Slopes steeply from shelf Rise: The base of the slope and is made of large piles of sediment.
$200 Question from Ocean FloorWhat is a trench? How are they formed?
$200 Answer from Ocean FloorSteep sided narrow cut in the ocean floor. Formed by convergent plates under subduction.
$300 Question from Ocean FloorWhat is the mid-ocean ridge and rift valley?
$300 Answer from Ocean FloorLongest underwater mountain range, rift valley forms between mountain ranges.
$400 Question from Ocean FloorWhat is the topography of the ocean?
$400 Answer from Ocean FloorThe surface features of the ocean floor.
$500 Question from Ocean FloorWhat is the abyssal plain? Name one thing you would find if you traveled there?
$500 Answer from Ocean FloorFlat ocean bottom. You would find mud and the remains of marine organisms.
$100 Question from Tides Why does the moon cause tides?
$100 Answer from Tides The gravitational pull between theEarth and the moon
$200 Question from Tides What are high and low tides?
$200 Answer from Tides High: Moon is directly facing that sideof Earth making a bigger tide. Low: Water is drawn away from shore.
$300 Question from Tides How often do tides occur?
$300 Answer from Tides There are 4 each day. 2 high and low.Each 6 hours apart.
$400 Question from Tides What are spring tides?
$400 Answer from Tides When the Earth, Sun, and Moon areperfectly aligned
$500 Question from Tides What is a Neap tide?
$500 Answer from Tides When Sun, Earth, and Moon form a90 degree angle.
$100 Question from CurrentsWhat is the current that runs along the east coat of the US?
$100 Answer from Currents Gulf Stream
$200 Question from CurrentsWhat is a current?
$200 Answer from Currents The movement of ocean water causedby wind and/or temperature difference
$300 Question from CurrentsWhat is upwelling?
$300 Answer from Currents Cold, nutrient rich water from the deepocean
$400 Question from CurrentsWhat is El Niño? Where is it located?
$400 Answer from Currents The periodic change in the location ofwarm and cool surface water. It is located in the Pacific Ocean.
$500 Question from CurrentsWhat are surface currents?
$500 Answer from Currents Water that moves along the top of theocean. It is affected by global winds, corioles effect, and continental deflections.
$100 Question from Waves What are waves?
$100 Answer from Waves Movement of energy through a body of water
$200 Question from Waves How do waves form?
$200 Answer from Waves When wind blows against water surface
$300 Question from Waves What is a crest?
$300 Answer from Waves The highest point of a wave
$400 Question from Waves What is a trough?
$400 Answer from Waves The lowest point of a wave
$500 Question from Waves What is frequency?
$500 Answer from Waves The number of waves that pass a certain point
Final Jeopardy There are 5 oceans on the planet. What are their names? Which was the last ocean added?
Final Jeopardy Answer The Pacific, Atlantic, Southern,Indian, and Arctic. The Southern Ocean was the last to be added.
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71% of the total surface of the earth is covered by ocean, rivers, lakes, under table and polar ice caps. Oceans cover the majority of the earth.
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Oceanography Sarah Hall. Marine Biology vs. Oceanography Marine Biology is the study of life in the ocean. Oceanography is the study of the physical characteristics.
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