5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- Current in Antarctic waters that encircles Antarctica and flows from the west to east at approximately 50 degrees south latitude but varies between 40 and 65 degrees south latitude.
- A circular eddy of a surface current that contains cold water in its center surrounded by warm water and rotates counter-clock wise in the Northern Hemisphere.
- Western boundary currents of the subtropical gyres are faster, narrower, and deeper than their eastern boundary counterparts.
- Seasonal pattern winds of the northern Indian Ocean.
4 True/False questions
Coastal upwelling → Process where water stacks up along the shoreline and has nowhere to go but down.
Southern Oscillation → Western boundary currents of the subtropical gyres are faster, narrower, and deeper than their eastern boundary counterparts.
Conveyor-belt circulation → Also referred to as deep ocean circulation which is caused by differences in temperature and salinity.
Equatorial upwelling → Upwelling common along in the equator that creates areas of high productivity, prolific for fishing grounds.