anonymous
  • anonymous
Vertical movement of deep ocean water is caused by 1.forces of wind 2.phytoplanktons 3.dissolved nutrients 4.variations in density
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Tarantulagirl98
  • Tarantulagirl98
Variations of density, I would say.
PRAETORIAN.10
  • PRAETORIAN.10
well pretty sure there is no wind underwater xD @arabpride
PRAETORIAN.10
  • PRAETORIAN.10
phytoplanktons are microscopic life and same pretty much for nutirents just not living

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PRAETORIAN.10
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thus option 4 can only be right

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