global winds, Coriolis effect, and continental deflection
The three factors that help form deep currents are ...density,salinity,and tempature.
salinity, the earth's rotation, and the Coriolis Effect
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Wind and earthquakes
The four factors that cause ocean currents: (1) Planet rotation, (2) Wind, (3) Density of the water (depends on temperature and salinity), and (4) Gravitation of the moon. Also the direction and strength depends on the shape of the shoreline, depth and shape of the bottom, and other currents.
The three types of ocean currents i know of are 1.surface currents, 2.deep water currents, and 3.density currents
i know its the coriolis affect thats all i know
deep water currents
Deep ocean currents are caused by differences in saltiness or water temperature.