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Aregion’s photosynthetic productivity is influenced most significantly by A. availability of nutrients and amount of solar radiation. B. mean temperature and maximum depth. C. the type of
organisms that live there. D. distance from the intertidal zone and average depth.
D. Distance from the intertidal zone and average depth
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User: Aregion’s photosynthetic productivity is influenced most significantly by A. availability of nutrients and amount of solar radiation. B. mean temperature and maximum depth. C. the type of organisms that live there. D. distance from the intertidal zone and average depth.

Weegy: D. Distance from the intertidal zone and average depth
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User: The transfer of energy between algae and herbivores is about A. 1 percent. B. 2 percent. C. 5 percent. D. 10 percent.

Weegy: D. 10 percent
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User: Which of the following organisms is most likely to survive? A. the producers in a food web B. the top carnivore in a food chain C. a herbivore in a food chain D. the top carnivore in a food web





Weegy: B. the top carnivore in a food chain
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User: What causes ocean surface currents? A. gravitational attraction B. friction between the ocean and wind on its surface C. ocean movements associated with earthquakes D. changes in water density

Weegy: A. gravitational attraction B. friction between the ocean and wind on its surface
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User: What causes ocean surface currents? A. gravitational attraction B. friction between the ocean and wind on its surface C. ocean movements associated with earthquakes D. changes in water density

Weegy: A. gravitational attraction
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User: Currents affect climate by A. making ocean water evaporate. B. transferring heat and cold between the tropics and polar regions. C. changing the density of water in the tropics. D. transferring heat from the polar regions to the tropics.

Weegy: B. transferring heat and cold between the tropics and polar regions.
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User: What is the importance of upwelling? A. It brings warm water from the tropics to the poles. B. It decreases winds along exposed coastlines. C. It helps warm the North Atlantic gyre. D. It brings dissolved nutrients to the ocean’s surface.

Weegy: A. It brings warm water from the tropics to the poles.
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User: What causes density currents to form in the Mediterranean Sea? A. condensation B. evaporation C. transpiration D. upwelling

Weegy: B. evaporation
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User: Most ocean waves get their energy from A. the sun. B. plate movement. C. the moon’s gravitational attraction. D. the wind.

Weegy: D. the wind.
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User: Which of the following factors does NOT help determine the height, length, and period of a wave? A. wind speed B. fetch C. temperature D. how long the wind blows

Weegy: C. temperature
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User: Ocean tides result largely from the gravitational attraction of the A. sun. B. core of Earth. C. closest neighboring planets. D. moon.

Weegy: D. moon.
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User: Which processes carve shoreline features? A. erosion and abrasion B. deposition and sedimentation C. transportation and condensation D. abrasion and evaporation

Weegy: A. erosion and abrasion
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User: How does refraction cause wave crests to move when the waves approach the shore? A. at right angles to the shore B. about 80 degrees in relation to the shore C. nearly parallel to the shoreline D. about 45 degrees in relation to the shore

Weegy: C. nearly parallel to the shoreline The wave approaching from one direction will wrap around the island so the wave crest will approach the beach close to parallel on all sides of the island
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User: Longshore currents move sediment as they A. move parallel to the shore. B. run along the ocean bottom. C. pound against coastal headlands. D. flow in circular patterns in ocean basins.

Weegy: A. move parallel to the shore Importantly, the longshore current not only moves water in the surf zon. e, it also moves sediment parallel to the shoreline.
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User: What is a structure built parallel to the shore that shields the coast from breaking waves? A. groin B. seawall C. wave barrier D. tombolo

Weegy: C. wave barrier
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User: Most of Earth’s dry air is made up of A. carbon dioxide and oxygen. B. nitrogen and argon. C. nitrogen and oxygen. D. oxygen and argon.

Weegy: C. nitrogen and oxygen. 80% nitrogen and 20% oxygen
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User: In which level of the atmosphere is ozone concentrated? A. troposphere B. stratosphere C. mesosphere D. thermosphere

Weegy: B. stratosphere
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User: Seasonal changes occur because of A. Earth’s tilt. B. Earth’s shape. C. the distance between Earth and the moon. D. the time of year.

Weegy: A. Earth’s tilt.
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User: Because of convection, the warmest air in a room A. spreads out in all directions. B. rises toward the ceiling. C. transfers heat to the walls. D. sinks toward the floor.

Weegy: A. spreads out in all directions
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User: Which of the following is an example of radiation? A. A metal spoon becomes warm after being set in a pot of boiling water. B. Warm water rises because it is less dense than cool water. C. Pancake batter cooks quickly after being spooned onto a hot griddle. D. Our atmosphere is constantly being heated by the sun.

Weegy: D. Our atmosphere is constantly being heated by the sun
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User: The blue color of the sky is the result of A. conduction. B. scattering. C. reflection. D. absorption.

Weegy: D. absorption.
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User: Which of the following is NOT a factor that controls temperature? A. longitude B. cloud cover C. cloud cover D. altitude

Weegy: D. altitude
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User: Vancouver, British Columbia, enjoys a moderate year-round climate, which is due to A. the many mountain ranges surrounding the city. B. its latitude. C. its relatively high elevation. D. its close proximity to the Pacific Ocean.

Weegy: C. its relatively high elevation.
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User: thanks for your help but you answered half of my questions wrong chris6391

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