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Which of these features is NOT found on the ocean floor? A. mountain B. volcano C. river D. plain
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Manganese nodules are A. manganese salts that concentrate when seawater evaporates. B. lumps of manganese and other metals found on the ocean floor. C. deposits of manganese and iron deep under the ocean floor. D. chunks of pure manganese found in deep-sea trenches.
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Evaporation causes density currents to form in the Mediterranean Sea.
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Ocean tides result largely from the gravitational attraction of the A. sun. B. core of Earth. C. closest neighboring planets. D. moon.
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Ocean tides result largely from the gravitational attraction of the MOON.

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