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Submerged basaltic volcanoes that are higher than 1 km are called A. guyots. B. hydrothermal vents. C. abyssal plains. D. seamounts.
Submerged basaltic volcanoes that are higher than 1 km are called D. seamounts. [smile]
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User: Submerged basaltic volcanoes that are higher than 1 km are called A. guyots. B. hydrothermal vents. C. abyssal plains. D. seamounts.

Weegy: Submerged basaltic volcanoes that are higher than 1 km are called D. seamounts. [smile]
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User: 5. Submerged basaltic volcanoes that are higher than 1 km are called

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Weegy: The greenhouse effect is a result of absorption and radiation of energy in the atmosphere.
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User: The greenhouse effect is a result of

User: 6. The greenhouse effect is a result of A. consumption of fruits and vegetables that produce a biofuel. B. absorption and radiation of energy in the atmosphere. C. consumption and radiation of energy in the atmosphere. D. absorption and radiation of energy in the hydrosphere.

Weegy: The greenhouse effect is a result of absorption and radiation of energy in the atmosphere.
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User: 7. Which of the following is an example of a long-term climatic change? A. Summer B. Blizzard C. Ice age D. Winter

Weegy: Which of the following is an example of a long-term climatic change? B. Summer
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User: Which of the following is not a layer of the atmosphere? A. Mesosphere B. Exosphere C. Lithosphere D. Thermosphere

Weegy: B. Lithosphere is not a layer of the atmosphere.
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User: What is the total salt content of seawater as measured in parts per thousand (ppt)? A. 35 ppt B. 3 ppt C. 3.5 ppt D. 350 ppt

Weegy: The total salt content of seawater as measured in parts per thousand (ppt) is A. 35 ppt.
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User: An extended period of well-below-average temperatures is known as a

User: An extended period of well-below-average temperatures is known as a A. ice age. B. drought. C. draft. D. cold wave.

Weegy: User: . An extended period of well-below-average temperatures is known as . answer: A. coldwave source:
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User: 11. The level of the oceans' surfaces is known as _______ level.

Weegy: mean sea level or MSL
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User: The level of the oceans' surfaces is known as _______ level. A. atmospheric B. sea C. volcanic oceanic D. surface

Weegy: The level of the oceans' surfaces is known as D. sea level. " ".
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User: The Köppen classification system is used as a classification system for A. climates. B. low-pressure systems. C. high-pressure systems. D. weather systems.

Weegy: The Köppen classification system is used as a classification system for A. climates.
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User: A _______ is a rhythmic movement that carries energy through space or matter. A. trough B. wave C. crest D. tide



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