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Continental Shelf Continental shelf Continental slope Continental slope Seamount Volcanic island Continental rise Abyssal plain mid-ocean ridge Rift valley.

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Continental+Rise | ... continental shelf continental slope continental rise abyssal plain

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This product is a project for students to create a diorama of Earth's oceans. It comes with written directions and rubric. This product is part of my Earth's Waters Unit Bundle. Buy the bundle, save time and money! This product has students explore the following main concepts and vocabulary:* Waves: crest, trough, wavelength, and wave height* Ocean floor: continental shelf, continental slope, abyssal plain, trenches, mid-ocean ridge, sea-mount, and volcanic island* Surface currents: wind…

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A dictionary of ecological terms. Ex: Biome: the largest ecological regions distinguishable by characteristic plants and animals. There are six: tundra, conifer, deciduous forest, grassland, tropical, and desert. Biomes are subdivided into associations made up of societies.

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This test includes cloze, matching, true/false, and labeling diagrams of ocean structures, types of boundaries, and the earth's layers. Includes the key. earth science, continental drift, plate tectonics, sea-floor spreading, continental shelf, convection current, convergent boundary, divergent boundary, transform boundary, layers of the earth

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Mitsukurina owstoni (Goblin Shark) found at continental shelf levels 330' to deep sea depths 4300' the shelf is where most deep sea commercial fishing is done. Scientific Name: Mitsukurina owstoni Rank: Species Higher classification: Mitsukurina;

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Marine geology, a relatively new and interesting study field in marine science!

Imagine that you could take away the oceans and be able to explore the ocean floor and the continental shelf just like we investigate the land area on Earth. That is a part of what marine geologists do but the investigation has to be done with the water still there! It is a beautiful and hidden historic archive.....