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Where would you most likely find benthos organisms? A. in the surface mixed zone B. in the pycnocline C. on or in the ocean bottom D. traveling in ocean currents
C. on or in the ocean bottom. Benthos organisms are mostly located at the bottom of the ocean.
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User: Where would you most likely find benthos organisms? A. in the surface mixed zone B. in the pycnocline C. on or in the ocean bottom D. traveling in ocean currents

Weegy: C. on or in the ocean bottom. Benthos organisms are mostly located at the bottom of the ocean.
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User: Which of these features is NOT found on the ocean floor? A. mountain B. volcano C. river D. plain

Weegy: which of these features is NOT found on the ocean floor? c. river
Expert answered|selymi|Points 10136|

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: The answer would be A. availability of nutrients and amount of solar radiation
Expert answered|selymi|Points 10136|

User: What percentage of Earth’s surface is covered by water? A. 45 percent B. 51 percent C. 71 percent D. 85 percent

Weegy: C 71 percent of Earth s surface is covered by water.
Expert answered|selymi|Points 10136|

User: The transfer of energy between algae and herbivores is about A. 1 percent. B. 2 percent. C. 5 percent. D. 10 percent.

Weegy: The transfer of energy between algae and herbivores is about D 10 percent.
Expert answered|selymi|Points 10136|

User: Abyssal plains are very flat features that form when A. volcanoes spread lava on the ocean bottom. B. turbidity currents deposit sediments on the ocean floor. C. ocean waters flood plains on land. D. plates diverge on the ocean floor, causing seafloor spreading.

Weegy: Abyssal plains are very flat features that form when D. plates diverge on the ocean floor, causing seafloor spreading.
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User: Which of the following forms at mid-ocean ridges? A. island arcs B. deep-sea trenches C. guyots D. new ocean floor

Weegy: Which of the following forms at mid-ocean ridges? D. new ocean floor
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 1734|

User: At least 80 percent of ocean water is included in the A. transition zone. B. thermocline. C. surface mixed zone. D. deep zone.

Weegy: At least 80 percent of ocean water is included in the: D. Deep zone.
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 1734|

User: 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.

Weegy: Manganese nodules are: C. deposits of manganese and iron deep under the ocean floor.
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 1734|

User: Which of the following occurs when the ocean’s salinity increases? A. Density increases. B. Density decreases. C. Temperature increases. D. Temperature decreases

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