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September 19, 2011 Aim: How can we use the ESRT to learn about ocean currents?. Do Now: Review Friday’s quiz. Ocean current : A continuous movement of ocean water from one place to another. Ocean currents are created by wind, water temperature, salt content, and the gravity of the moon.

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September 19 2011 aim how can we use the esrt to learn about ocean currents

September 19, 2011Aim: How can we use the ESRT to learn about ocean currents?

Do Now: Review Friday’s quiz


September 19 2011 aim how can we use the esrt to learn about ocean currents

  • Ocean current: A continuous movement of ocean water from one place to another. Ocean currents are created by wind, water temperature, salt content, and the gravity of the moon.


September 19 2011 aim how can we use the esrt to learn about ocean currents

  • Gravity: The force that draws an object or living thing downwards.


September 19 2011 aim how can we use the esrt to learn about ocean currents

  • Equatorial: The immediate area surrounding the Equator.


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