Which of these statements best explains why the ocean currents in the Northern hemisphere tend to move in the clock-wise direction?
The currents deflect to the right due to the rotation of Earth. ...
The change in gravitational forces causes currents to move towards right.
The deflection of winds to the left causes the currents to move in the opposite direction.
The altered wind speed due to Earth's rotation causes the movement of ocean water.
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