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Ocean World History Ocean Plate Tectonics Continental Margins 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
Ocean World for $100 Percentage of the earth covered with water What is…?
71% Back toGame
Ocean World $200 The ocean originated mainly from What is…?
Volcanic Gases Back toGame
Ocean World $300 The core of the earth is mainly What is…?
Mostly Iron and Some Nickel Back toGame
Ocean World $400 The outermost layer of the Earth crust is called the … What is…?
Lithosphere Back toGame
Ocean World for $500 Life probably evolve in… What is…?
In Water Back toGame
History for $100 Calculated the circumference of the Earth. What is…?
Eratosthenes Parallel rays from sun Shadow of pole ~7° 1/50 circle Vertical pole at Alexandria 785 km (491 mi) Center of Earth 1/50 circle ~7° Vertical well at Syene Back toGame
History $200 Circumnavigation of the Earth completed What is…?
Magellan Back toGame
History $300 First marine scientist with voyage of discovery… What is…?
James Cook Back toGame
History $400 Takes first deep-water and sediment samples What is…?
John Ross Back toGame
History for $500 Created chronometers that were seaworthy What is…?
John Harrison. Back toGame
Ocean for $100 Most of the matter in the Universe appears to consist of ... What is…?
Hydrogen Gas Back toGame
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Ocean for $200 DAILY DOUBLE Most salt on the ocean originated from What is…?
The Earth Crust Back toGame
Ocean for $300 A physical feature formed from the erosion of the Continental Shelf. What is…?
Submarine Canyon Back toGame
Ocean for $400 Sound travels about... What is…?
1450 m/s Back toGame
Ocean for $500 Latitude are the lines that... What is…?
At regular interval that divides the Earth into N/S North Pole 0° Equator Latitude Back toGame South Pole Box 1-1b, p. 10
Plate Tectonics for $100 Convergent plates creates this kind of marine-depth feature... What is…?
Trenches Back toGame
Plate Tectonics for $200 This are divergent plates were new sediment is formed. What is…?
Mid Ocean Ridges Back toGame
Plate Tectonics for $300 Island are formed by this kind of activity... What is…?
Volcanoes Back toGame
Plate Tectonics for $400 The study of the migration of the magnetic pole is called… What is…?
Paleomagnetism Back toGame
Plate Tectonics for $500 The movement that occurs among transform faults causes this kind of activity… What is…?
Earthquakes. Back toGame
Continental Margins for $100 This structure is an extension of the continents into the ocean What is…?
Continental Shelf Back toGame
Continental Margins for $200 Accumulation of sediments eroded from the continents What is…?
Continental Rise Deep-ocean basin Continental margin Continental margin Submarine canyon profile (cut through continental shelf) Sediment Continental shelf Continental slope Sediment Continental rise Asthenosphere Back toGame