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the ocean is deep because that is the shape of the earth and although we are not sure how deep the ocean is we do know that there is life in the deep. the ocean has made itsel…f deep but there is really no cause that is known.
The Atlantic Ocean is the second largest ocean in the world at 76,762,000 sq km. It's deepest point is the Puerto Rico Trench (Milwaukee Deep) at 8,648 metres.
Northern Hemisphere between north America and Europe and between south America and Africa
it's a ocean
The Atlantic Ocean is a body of water located in both the northern and southern hemispheres. It is found between North America and Europe on the north and South America an…d Africa in the south.
The Atlantic Ocean is through 2,800 and 6,000 ft. It all depends on where you are. :)
Its 15.427 miles deep
Naturally, seawater in the North Pacific Ocean is more acidic (lower in pH) than in the North Atlantic Ocean. This is related to the circulation, biology and chemistry in …the ocean, which involve complicated processes that oceanographers have been studying for decades. The results of these processes are that seawater in the North Pacific in general has lower pH, but higher TCO2 concentrations than that of the North Atlantic at similar latitude. source: WHOI Chemist Aleck Wang at http://funwithkrill.blogspot.com/2012/09/seawater-chemistry-north-atlantic-vs.html]
13,000 feet, or about 2 1/2 miles.
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The term originally referred to the Atlas Mountains in Libya, hence to the sea near the west African coast, later being extended to the whole ocean.
. . .because they already have a Pacific Ocean.
It reaches 4,000 meters (13,000) Ft.
The depth of water at the apex of the ridge is less than 2,700 metres.
There is more than one definition for the length of a league. The English define a league as 4.8 km, while the French measurement ranges from 3.3 km to 4.7 km. The reason for …this discrepancy is because a league refers to the distance a man on a horse can travel in one hour. The Atlantic ocean is 8.6 km at it deepest point (the Puerto Rico Trench). By the English league, that would make it about 1.79 leagues deep. By the French definition, the Atlantic is 1.83 to 2.61 leagues deep. In the book Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, Jules Vern used the measurement of 4km as one league.