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Encyclopedia > Ocean Sea
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Ocean Sea was the original medieval name of the Atlantic Ocean. Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ...


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Atlantic Ocean - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2402 words)
Bounded by the Americas on the west and Europe and Africa on the east, the Atlantic is linked to the Pacific Ocean by the Arctic Ocean on the north and the Drake Passage on the south.
Covering most of the ocean floor and ranging in thickness from 60 m to 3,300 m (200 ft to 11,000 ft), they are thickest in the convergence belts and in the zones of upwelling.
The climate of the Atlantic Ocean and adjacent land areas is influenced by the temperatures of the surface waters and water currents as well as the winds blowing across the waters.
Ocean - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1049 words)
Ocean (from Okeanos, Greek for river, the ancient Greeks noticed that a strong current flowed off Gibraltar, and assumed it was a great river); covers almost three quarters (71%) of the surface of the Earth, and nearly half of the world's marine waters are over 3000 m deep.
Ocean currents greatly affect Earth's climate by transferring warm or cold air and precipitation to coastal regions, where they may be carried inland by winds.
Tethys Ocean, the ocean between the ancient continents of Gondwana and Laurasia.
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