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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.
Weegy: B. lumps of manganese and other metals found on the ocean floor.
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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: Weegy: B. lumps of manganese and other metals found on the ocean floor.
ritaswanski|Points 100|

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: Weegy: B. lumps of manganese and other metals found on the ocean floor.
ritaswanski|Points 100|

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

Weegy: A. Density Increases
jhehe|Points 385|

User: How do elements such as chlorine, bromine, sulfur, and boron get into the ocean? A. runoff from rivers and streams B. excretions from marine organisms C. volcanic eruptions D. chemical weathering of rocks

Weegy: How do elements such as chlorine, bromine, sulfur, and boron get into the ocean? The answer is C. volcanic eruptions.
debnjerry|Points 46351|

User: Which of the following forms at mid-ocean ridges? A. island arcs B. deep-sea trenches C. guyots D. new ocean floor

Weegy: D. new ocean floor forms at mid-ocean ridges.
sujaysen|Points 4134|

User: Gas hydrates are compact chemical structures made of natural gas and A. halite. B. water. C. manganese. D. petroleum.

Weegy: B. water. Gas hydrates are compact chemical structures made of water and natural gas.
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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: C. RIVER is NOT found on the ocean floor.
Expert answered|andrewpallarca|Points 21298|

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