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What is/are one source of sediment along shorelines and on the seafloor? A. Transport of tidal waves and currents B. Marine organisms C. Underwater volcanic eruptions D. Seafloor mining
Transport of tidal waves and currents are one source of sediment along shorelines and on the seafloor.
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Transport of tidal waves and currents are one source of sediment along shorelines and on the seafloor.

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