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Which of the following causes water from deep currents to rise to the surface to replace warm currents? a. the flow of warm currents from the equator toward the poles b. freezing of the surface of the water c. increased salinity due to evaporation d. squeezing solids out of the ice down into the water below
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The flow of warm currents from the equator toward the poles causes water from deep currents to rise to the surface to replace warm currents.
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The flow of warm currents from the equator toward the poles causes water from deep currents to rise to the surface to replace warm currents.
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