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Power point ocean 2


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Power point ocean 2

  2. 2. QUESTIONS<br />1. Define: <br />a) Wave d) Strom Surge <br />b) Tsunami e) El Niño <br />c) Tide<br />2. Compare and contrast: current – wave.<br />3. How is surface current different from current .<br />4. Compare the types of tides.<br />
  3. 3. ANSWERS<br />1.<br /><ul><li> Wave : A wave is the up – down movement of surface water.
  4. 4. Tsunami: A tsunami isn`t a high wave, but it is long and moves very fast.
  5. 5. Tide: Rise and fall in the water level of the ocean.
  6. 6. Strom Store: The mound of water that pushes onto shore in a hurricane.
  7. 7. El Niño: Is the warm water, a change of weather patterns over the Pacific Ocean. </li></ul>2.<br />WAVE <br />SIMILARITIES<br />CURRENTS<br /><ul><li> A stream of water that flows like a river through the ocean.
  8. 8. Carry water great distances across the surface.
  9. 9. Don`t use energy.
  10. 10. Is the up- down movement of surface.
  11. 11. Use energy
  12. 12. A wave carries energy.
  13. 13. Energy moves toward .
  14. 14. Both have Ripples.
  15. 15. In both are use it the shore. </li></li></ul><li>ANSWERS<br />3. A surface current is all the water that flows in the Atlantic Ocean. An a current is a stream of water that flows like a river through the ocean.<br />4. <br />LowTides<br />HighTides<br /><ul><li> At low tide the water level is low and more of land can be seen.
  16. 16. In the parts of the ocean between the bulges, the water level is lower, at that places the lower tides occurs.
  17. 17. As high tide, water level can rise by several maters.
  18. 18. The level of the ocean is higher in the bulges, producing a high tide. </li>