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select all the true statements about surface currents A.they form gyres B.they transport heat acroos earth surface C.they are known as thermohaline circulation D.they are caused by
wind and earth rotaion E.they are driven by density differences in water F.they take hundred to thousands of years to complete a cycle
A, B, and D are all true about surface currents. C, E, and F apply to deep currents below the surface.
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