anonymous
  • anonymous
!!!!PLEASE HELP!!!! Can someone help me with these questions for my online Marine Biology class? 1) Explain the relationship between continental drift and the formation of the Earth’s Oceans? 2)How did volcanoes affect the origins of the seas? 3) Describe the hydrologic cycle as if you were a particle of water going through it. 4) How are changes in climate and the hydrological cycle affecting the environment and your future?
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  • taramgrant0543664
1) https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20101001071228AAjVmoL 2) Volcanoes released water from the core and rock strata putting it into the atmosphere. Traditional theory says no volcanoes = no water = no oceans. More recent theory suggests that a good portion of the water on earth may have come from commentary bodies. 3) https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20101001071007AAKMm5n 4) http://www.greenhouse-warming.org.uk/17.php Check out the links they have some great explanations, hope this helps!!!

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