anonymous
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Which condition causes ocean salinity to increase? A. river water flowing out into the ocean B. high levels of precipitation C. high levels of evaporation D. thawing of polar ice caps
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anonymous
  • anonymous
its a darling
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
This is a confusing question. I know evaporation increases ocean salinity but I'm not really sure which the correct answer would be since high levels of precipitation would mean more evaporation, but high levels of evaporation is also an answer choice... What do you think?
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which condition causes ocean salinity to decrease? A. thawing of polar ice caps B. low levels of precipitation C. low levels of evaporation D. ocean water flowing into rivers
anonymous
  • anonymous
I just answerd that one
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
I don't think the first question is a because river water doesn't have any salt
anonymous
  • anonymous
No The Last ibe Was Increase this Is Decrease
anonymous
  • anonymous
awhh ok hold on
anonymous
  • anonymous
its d
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which explains how the moon and, to some degree, the sun cause tides on the earth? A. The moon and sun exert a gravitational pull on the earth. The moon pulls strongest on the ocean water on the opposite side, lesser on the solid earth, and the least on ocean water on the same side of the earth. The pull creates tidal bulges that are earth’s high tides. Low tides occur at the halfway point between the bulges. B. The moon and sun exert a gravitational pull on the earth. The moon pulls strongest on the ocean water on the same side, while the sun pulls on the ocean water on the side opposite the moon. The pull creates tidal bulges that are earth’s high tides. Low tides occur at the halfway point between the bulges. C. The moon and sun exert a gravitational pull on the earth. The sun pulls strongest on the ocean water on the same side, while the moon pulls on the ocean water on the side opposite the moon. The pull creates tidal bulges that are earth’s high tides. Low tides occur at the halfway point between the bulges. D. The moon and sun exert a gravitational pull on the earth. The moon pulls strongest on the ocean water on the same side, lesser on the solid earth, and the least on ocean water on the opposite side of the earth. The pull creates tidal bulges that are earth’s high tides. Low tides occur at the halfway point between the bulges.
anonymous
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@paki @kitty_eubanks

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