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neritic zone

organisms

The marine life zone in the water over the continental shelves. It is strongly influenced by its proximity to land, hence neritic organisms must be able to tolerate greater change in temperature and salinity than oceanic organisms.

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over 7 years ago

DIS giv3ss m3 kno0 info0o at all. so plz chnge it.





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this gives me no info at all so please change it.

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over 7 years ago

everyone on here is gay lol jk your all smart

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almost 8 years ago

this is not what i researched . i am veryyyyyyyyyyyyy upset .

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about 8 years ago

why is the neritic zone particularly rich in living things

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over 8 years ago

what is the temparature of the neritic zone?

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almost 9 years ago

i think ive read that the zones in the ocean does not have specific temperature, it varies upon what latitude it belongs...

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almost 9 years ago

the neritic zone does not have pacific temperatures it depends on where it is and and how hot the sun is it like humans in a way

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almost 9 years ago

What about the Oceanic Zone? I need the temperature of there.

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almost 10 years ago

I'm looking up the neritic zone to find out the depth range and need an answer.

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almost 10 years ago

what is the answer to my question it was "What is the temperature in the neritic zone"????????