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Abasia

May 14, 2022

The Pacific Ocean is located on the America' West Coast. The Pacific is the world's biggest body of water. . It Extends from the States' West Coast to Asia and Australia. The Pacific Ocean is bordered by Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, and Hawaii. The Pacific Ocean is located on the United States' West Coast.

Synengi

May 15, 2022

The Pacific Ocean is on the west coast of the United States.

 The largest ocean on earth, covering one-third of the earth's surface.

 The Pacific Ocean is important to the US economy due to its many natural resources such as fish.

 Europeans first learned about the Pacific Ocean in the 16th century.

 Spanish explorer Vasco Núñez de Balboa arrived at the sea in 1514, crossing the Isthmus of Panama. Then, in

, Ferdinand Magellan sailed the Pacific Ocean, traveling the world in search of spices. "Pacific" means "peace".

 Magellan called the Pacific Ocean a "peaceful sea" because there were no storms on the voyage from Spain to the world of Spice. The United States bordering the Pacific Ocean is Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, and Hawaii.

Andrew.88

May 16, 2022

What connects the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean?

Three passages connect the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean:


South of Argentina and Chile, the Straits of Drake and Magellan, close to Cape Horn,

In Panama in Central America, the Panama Canal which is a human achievement,

North of Canada and Alaska via the Arctic Ocean. The latter opens into the Atlantic through Baffin Strait and into the Pacific through Bering Strait. The ice makes this passage impracticable for commercial navigation.

Jimmy

May 17, 2022

"The oceans so deep? Not that much ! The oceans and the seas rest on the earth's crust which is divided into the oceanic part and the continental part. the continental part measures on average 30 km (can reach 70 km in places) before reaching the mantle (earth's crust, upper mantle, lower mantle, upper core and lower core). The oceanic part has an average depth of 6 km up to 11 km for the Mariana Trench. The radius of the earth, from sea level to the core is 6730 km! The depth of the oceans has an average of 6 km; the radius of the Earth 6730 km, there is room! Seas and oceans cover the Earth mainly on the surface. I invite you to look at this image on the volume of water and the total volume of the Earth, (you can find this image on Google) it's incredible! Take the volume of the Earth as a basketball, combine all the water in the seas and oceans to get the volume of a ping-pong ball! and all the fresh water from rivers, rivers, lakes and groundwater we have the volume of a marble! I know it's hard to believe! In addition, no more than half of this water is exploited, some groundwater is unusable. In this ball we include water vapor and the poles! You do not believe it and yet! I remind you that we are soon 8 billion to use this fresh water for industry, agriculture and our consumption! We'll have to close the taps!

Adrianoya

May 18, 2022

The Pacific Ocean is on the west coast of the United States. It is the largest ocean on Earth, covering onethird of the Earth`s surface. The Pacific Ocean is important to the US economy because it has many natural resources such as fish. Europeans first learned about the Pacific Ocean in the 16th century. Spanish explorer Vasco Núñez de Balboa arrived at the sea in 1514, crossing the Isthmus of Panama. Ferdinand Magellan then sailed the Pacific Ocean as he traveled around the world in search of spices. "Pacific" means "peace". Magellan called the Pacific Ocean a "peaceful sea" because there were no storms on the voyage from Spain to the world of Spice. The states of the United States bordering the Pacific Ocean are Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, and Hawaii.

William

May 18, 2022

The oceans so deep? Not that much ! The oceans and the seas rest on the earth's crust which is divided into the oceanic part and the continental part. the continental part measures on average 30 km (can reach 70 km in places) before reaching the mantle (earth's crust, upper mantle, lower mantle, upper core and lower core). The oceanic part has an average depth of 6 km up to 11 km for the Mariana Trench. The radius of the earth, from sea level to the core is 6730 km! The depth of the oceans has an average of 6 km; the radius of the Earth 6730 km, there is room! Seas and oceans cover the Earth mainly on the surface. I invite you to look at this image on the volume of water and the total volume of the Earth, (you can find this image on Google) it's incredible! Take the volume of the Earth as a basketball, combine all the water in the seas and oceans to get the volume of a ping-pong ball! and all the fresh water from rivers, rivers, lakes and groundwater we have the volume of a marble! I know it's hard to believe! In addition, no more than half of this water is exploited, some groundwater is unusable. In this ball we include water vapor and the poles! You do not believe it and yet! I remind you that we are soon 8 billion to use this fresh water for industry, agriculture and our consumption! We'll have to close the taps! The depth of the oceans is therefore relative to the scale of the terrestrial sphere!..

Daddygeorge

Oct 26, 2022

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The ocean on the pacific coast in America is the pacific Ocean.

The pacific ocean is most popular way to bring products from China and other Asian countries to United States of America wich have many ports. These port are: Port of Los Angeles , Port of Long Beach, Port of Oakland, Port of Tacoma, Port of Seattle. 

Also, The biggest cities near to the Pacific Oceanom the West Coast are: Oackland, Long Beach, Sacramento, Fresno, Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, San, Jose, San Diego, Los Angeles.