Bulges of water in the ocean are "high tides"
bulges of water in the ocean are called high tides.
it is called an irrelevant spit. it is called this because it is in between bulges and is basicly what you call irrelevant
These are basically the "tides" of the Earth, as water in the oceans is spun away from the spinning Earth, but attracted by the Moon and the Sun. The varying topography of the ocean floors determines how these form actual tides.
The area between bulges of water in the ocean is called a trough. There are generally a couple of these in between: one that is usually high and the other one that is usually low.
That's a good way to describe the tides. You can think of a permanent bulge in the ocean, pointing toward the moon, with the earth rotating inside the bulge.
the gravity of the moon bulges the oceans . that creates high and low tide
large water bodies of rivers are called as oceans!!!
It came from the Latin word Oceanus which is what the Romans called the bodies of water bigger than their known seas.
Large bodies of salt water are called seas or oceans.
The area between bulges of water is a depression or a low-tide area. High tidal bulges have these low-tide areas which would correspond to troughs.
Bulges in the ocean are called tides. These are the rising and falling motions of the sea, caused by the gravitational pull of the moon and sun on the waters of the Earth.
it was called water stuipds
They are just bodies of water.
its called an anuerysm
Pseudopods(SOO doh pahdz) are temporary bulges of the cell membrane.
they travel on water mostly in the oceans and they're called waterspouts
Troughs are defined as the areas found between bulges of water in the ocean. To further explain troughs are the lowest points on tides that are visible.
It does so by the process called evaporation.
This occurs due to the principle called Condensation; it condensates.
Oceans have salt water.
Earth's largest bodies of water are called oceans. The Pacific is the largest ocean on earth.
The Earth's largest bodies of water are called oceans. The largest ocean is the Pacific Ocean.
The process by which water passes from the oceans to the atmosphere is called evaporation.
All Oceans are salt water.