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Which process increases the salinity of ocean water? a. the Coriolis effect c. evaporation b. convection currents d. continental deflection Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
Evaporation increases the salinity of ocean water.
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Temperature, salinity and density are factors that form a. deep currents c. surface currents b. wind currents d. deflection currents Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
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Temperature, salinity and density are factors that form DEEP CURRENTS.

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The Gulf Stream Current is deflected by North America, causing the current to change direction. This concept is called Continental deflection.
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