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What does El Niño refer to? A. a reversal of wind patterns B. a gyre in the Pacific Ocean C. an unusually heavy rainfall pattern D. a warming of ocean water near South America
A. a reversal of wind patterns.
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User: What does El Niño refer to? A. a reversal of wind patterns B. a gyre in the Pacific Ocean C. an unusually heavy rainfall pattern D. a warming of ocean water near South America

Weegy: A. a reversal of wind patterns.
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User: What does the prefix thermo- mean? A. salt B. heat C. deep D. current

Weegy: B. Heat. From Greek therm, heat, from thermos, warm, hot
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User: The Pacific Ocean is divided into two sets of gyres, in the _____ and _____. A. East Pacific; West Pacific B. North Pacific; East Pacific C. South Pacific; West Pacific D. North Pacific; South Pacific

Weegy: The Pacific Ocean is divided into two sets of gyres, in the North Pacific Gyre and South Pacific Gyre. D. North Pacific; South Pacific
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