Landforms and ocean floor

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  • Hey, don't you ever wonder what the bottom of the ocean floor looks like
  • Yea I do actually
  • The continental slope is where the ocean starts to get deeper And the abyssal plain is the flattest part of the ocean floor
  • So the continental shelf is where y'all are standing right now
  • Seamounts are like mountains underwater and the trench is the deepest part of the ocean
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  • Tides are the rising and falling of the sea due to the attraction of the moon and sun there is high tide and low tide
  • currents are how strong the water is moving in the ocean 
  • waves are movements of waters when the wind blows on top of the water
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  • erosion is when something is taken away by water, wind, or any other natural force
  • Weathering is the process of when the exposure of air causes landforms appearance to change
  • Deposition is when water, wind, or gravity moves pieces of landforms to a new place to form other landforms
  • destructive forces is when something destroys landforms
  • constructive forces is when something forms new landforms
  • conservation is when people do stuff to help the environment like recycle, reuse etc. 
  • pollution is the waste from places that can harm the environment like steam, oil, smoke from factories etc.
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