2013GLG101_Garnero_HW4

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Unformatted text preview: idges / 2.0 km B. transform faults / 3.0 km C. abyssal plains / 4.5 km D. trenches / 11 km E. continental slopes / 9 km 11. Which of the following statements about ocean currents is correct? A. Currents always transport warm water. B. Currents affect only surface water; deep water is always stationary. C. The flow of surface currents is driven primarily by the wind. D. The flow in currents is perfectly laminar (i.e., they never produce turbulence). 12. Which of the following statements about the tides is correct? A. Tides are mainly a consequence of the gravitational pull of the Moon. B. Tides are mainly a consequence of wind. C. Tides are mainly a consequence of seasons. D. Tides are mainly a consequence of the gravitational pull of the Sun. E. Tides are mainly a consequence of time of day. 13. From the center of Earth to...
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