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Science Nature & How It Works
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    Mary Bell
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Describes the various levels of the world's oceans and the life forms that live there, and offers information on food chains, environmental issues, and related topics. Format:Library Binding.

Describes the various levels of the world's oceans and the life forms that live there, and offers information on food chains, environmental issues, and related topics. ISBN13:9780791065709. Release Date:May 2001.

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Water in the Solar System and Beyond. The story of oceans is the story of life. Water molecules exist in the Orion Nebula and are still forming today. Oceans define our home planet, covering the majority of Earth’s surface and driving the water cycle that dominates our land and atmosphere. But more profound still, the story of our oceans envelops our home in a far larger context that reaches deep into the universe and places us in a rich family of ocean worlds that span our solar system and beyond. The nebula is composed mostly of hydrogen gas; other molecules are comparatively rare.

The World Ocean or Global Ocean (colloquially the sea or the ocean) is the interconnected system of Earth's oceanic waters, and comprises the bulk of the hydrosphere, covering 361,132,000 square kilometres or 139,434,000 square miles (7. %) o. . %) of Earth's surface, with a total volume of roughly 1,332,000,000 cubic kilometres (320,000,000 cubic miles). The unity and continuity of the World Ocean, with relatively free interchange among its parts, is of fundamental importance to oceanography.

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The Pacific Ocean is the largest of the world’s oceans. It stretches from the west coast of North and South America to the east coast of the Asia and Australia continent. Keeping in mind the world is a sphere, this map shows the Pacific Ocean on both the left and right sides. That is because they are actually connected with the top left of North America almost touching the top right corner of the Asia Continent. The Pacific Ocean represents nearly half of the world’s water surface. It is actually larger than all the land surface area on earth.

Our world is a water world. Seventy percent of our planet consists of ocean. However, geography has traditionally overlooked this vital component of the earth's composition. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. Our world is a water world.

The World Ocean, or global ocean is a term used to define all the world's oceans as one large interconnected ocean. It is divided into the standard oceans: the Atlantic Ocean, Arctic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, and the proposed Southern Ocean and ocean round the Antarctic. The 'World Ocean' is centered on the southern oceans. The Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans can be seen as bays or lobes going northward from the Southern Ocean.

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Describes the various levels of the world's oceans and the life forms that live there, and offers information on food chains, environmental issues, and related topics.