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Which of these statements correctly explains the difference between an atoll and a lagoon? A. An atoll is a steep mountain with a peaked top, and a lagoon is a mountain with a flat top. B. An atoll is a coral island formed on top of a volcano, and a lagoon is the water enclosed within it. C. A lagoon is a coral island formed on top of a volcano rim, and an atoll is the water enclosed within the lagoon. D. A lagoon is the shallowest part of the ocean, while an atoll is in the deepest part.
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  • anonymous
The answer is B If need help fan for help in future:)
  • anonymous
Answer is B an atoll is formed when extinct seamounts or volcanos recede partially into the water leaving a ring shaped coral atoll around the water,

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