Ocean Landforms and Wave Parts

Ocean Landforms and Wave Parts

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  • Sure, but I want him to be able to answer what are ocean landforms and how are they created.
  • Pollution, the trash we throw everywhere is taking over the earth. Help to conserve the earth by picking that up.
  • Hey mom, do you mind if i take my lil' bro on a ocean floor feild trip? The school approves.
  • No, what are they?!
  • Hey youngsters, do you know the main shapes of the ocean floor?! We'll tell you when we get on the boat!
  • So we told you that we would teach you about the ocean floor, here's the parts;continental shelf, continental slope then rise, abyssal plains, rift zone with a mid ocean ridge and then a trench. The landforms aren't in that order everywhere.
  • The ocean has tides and currents, those are what pick up and carry away loose soil or sand, in a greater depth it goes into weathering, erosion and deposition. Those do different things, weathering breaks down the substance, erosion carries it and deposition drops or lays it down. Currents are caused by mostly wind and tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the moon. Weathering, erosion and deposition and destructive forces and are a part of something called constructive and destructive forces. Constructive forces help and build up with the earth and destructive forces destroy the earth and take away parts. 
  • The End!~
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