9 Ocean Volume Depth and Current 4

9 Ocean Volume Depth and Current 4 - (cm 3 ) Solar Heating...

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Extra Credit Questions: 1.The largest ocean by area 2. The smallest ocean by area 3. The greatest ocean depth is found in ____ 4. The average depth of the oceans 5. SONAR stands for _____________ Answer on back of lecture question sheet You may use your notes
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Ocean Currents and Climate
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Ocean Surface Currents 1. Solar Heating (temp, density) 2. Winds 3. Coriolis Forces
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Density Mass (g) Volume
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Unformatted text preview: (cm 3 ) Solar Heating and Density Water Expands as it is heated Solar Heating Heat expands water near the Equator Increasing its volume and creating a bulge Equator Solar Heating equator N S Heat expands water near the Equator Increasing its volume and creating a bulge Water flows away from equator Water flows toward pole Water flows toward pole...
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course SWS 2007 taught by Professor bonczek during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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9 Ocean Volume Depth and Current 4 - (cm 3 ) Solar Heating...

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