Today scientists know that on average the ocean is 2.3 miles (3.7 kilometers) deep, but many parts are much shallower or deeper.
The deepest parts of the ocean are trenches – long, narrow depressions, like a trench in the ground, but much bigger. The HMS Challenger sampled one of these zones at the southern end of the Mariana Trench, which might be the deepest point in the ocean. Known as the Challenger Deep, it is 35,768 to 36,037 feet deep – almost 7 miles (11 kilometers).
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 itself deep but there is really no cause that is known.
deep in the ocean
The deepest ocean is pacific ocean and its 35,837 ft deep.
On average the ocean is 14,000 feet deep. The Challenger Deep refers to the deepest part of the ocean, which is found beneath the western Pacific Ocean.
They live in deep trenches in the ocean.
The deep ocean is often called the Abyssal Zone
The deepest ocean is 36,200ft deep
A deep ocean trench is a deep underwater canyon. It is found at the deepest parts of the ocean. It is long, thin, and has steep sides.
because of ocean trenches are so deep that man made water crafts can't go that low
a deep-ocean trench is a portion of the earth crust
The Pacific Ocean has the deepest point in the Challanger Deep.
The ocean is averagely 14000 feet or 4267 meters deep.
Deep Dark Ocean was created in 1997.
The Molley Deep is located in the Arctic Ocean. The Molley Deep is located in the Arctic Ocean.
a deep ocean trench is a deep valley along the ocean floor beneath which oceanic crust slowly sinks toward the mantle
once you are 1 mile out at sea it is considered deep ocean so about 90% of it
Cold ocean currents sink under warm ocean currents to form deep ocean currents.
The Deep End of the Ocean has 434 pages.
The Deep End of the Ocean was created in 1996-06.
The ocean in certain points can be 11,030 meters deep.
The average depth of the Atlantic ocean is 10,955 feet. The deepest part of the ocean is about 28,232 feet deep in an area called the Milwaukee Deep.
Deep ocean trenches are deep slits in the middle of the ocean. The pressure inside these trenches is unbearable. long, curved valleys along the edges of the ocean basin
Movement of the ocean, or tides are directly related to deep ocean currents. Deep ocean currents are also responsible for the wind that causes the waves to crash into the shore.