Quiz: ocean currents
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What causes surface ocean currents?
«When the wind blows above the surface of the ocean, it moves the upper layers of water. The movement is transmitted to deeper layers and from them to even deeper waters. This is how the wind determines the movement of a fairly thick layer of sea water — mostly up to 400 meters deep».
«When the wind blows above the surface of the ocean, it moves the upper layers of water. The movement is transmitted to deeper layers and from them to even deeper waters. This is how the wind determines the movement of a fairly thick layer of sea water — mostly up to 400 meters deep».
«When the wind blows above the surface of the ocean, it moves the upper layers of water. The movement is transmitted to deeper layers and from them to even deeper waters. This is how the wind determines the movement of a fairly thick layer of sea water — mostly up to 400 meters deep».
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A warm current is
«A warm current is like a warm river flowing under the influence of wind surrounded by colder water. These warm rivers bring warmer water to areas where the water is colder, which is why they are called 'warm currents'».
«A warm current is like a warm river flowing under the influence of wind surrounded by colder water. These warm rivers bring warmer water to areas where the water is colder, which is why they are called 'warm currents'».
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