Definition of Ocean bottom

1. Noun. The bottom of a sea or ocean.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ocean Bottom

occuring
occurred
occurrence
occurrences
occurrent
occurrents
occurring
occurs
occursion
occursions
occy
occæcation
ocean
ocean-going
ocean-type fish
ocean bottom (current term)
ocean current
ocean dumping
ocean floor
ocean liner
ocean liners
ocean perch
ocean pout
ocean ranching
ocean sunfish
ocean trip
oceanaria
oceanarium
oceanariums
oceanaut

Literary usage of Ocean bottom

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1. Physiography by Rollin D. Salisbury (1907)
"Land surface and ocean bottom. Were the water removed from the ocean basins, the surface of the ocean bed would appear much less uneven than the surface of ..."

2. Elementary Physical Geography by Ralph Stockman Tarr (1895)
""Exploration of the ocean bottom. — It is only recently that the bottom of the ocean has attracted much attention. Until thirty years ago, it was supposed ..."

3. Elementary Physical Geography by Ralph Stockman Tarr (1895)
"Exploration of the ocean bottom. — It is only recently that the bottom of the ocean has attracted much attention. Until thirty years ago, it was supposed ..."

4. New Physical Geography by Ralph Stockman Tarr (1908)
"More than a third of the ocean bottom is covered with this red clay, whose rate of ... Red clay covers the deeper parts of the ocean bottom; that is, ..."

5. College Physiography by Ralph Stockman Tarr, Lawrence Martin (1914)
"mals, while doubtless also one form of ocean bottom life preys upon another, ... Life on the ocean bottom is necessarily limited by this food supply, ..."

6. Iron Ores: Their Occurrence, Valuation, and Control by Edwin Clarence Eckel (1914)
"The discovery that glauconite deposits are now forming over extensive areas of the present ocean bottom was one of the results of the Challenger ..."

7. Iron Ores: Their Occurrence, Valuation, and Control by Edwin Clarence Eckel (1914)
"The discovery that glauconite deposits are now forming over extensive areas of the present ocean bottom was one of the results of the Challenger ..."

8. First Book of Physical Geography by Ralph Stockman Tarr (1899)
"Topography of the ocean bottom. —- These two sections are characteristic of the ... These plains of the ocean bottom are the most extensive in the world, ..."

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