1. Caspian Sea (a) Largest lake
Caspian Sea is the largest lake. It is also known as full-fledged sea.
2. Tide (b) Periodic rise and fall of water
The rhythmic rise and fall of ocean water twice in a day is called a tide
3. Tsunami (c) strong seismic waves
An earthquake, a volcanic eruption or underwater landslides can shift large amounts of ocean water. As a result, a huge tidal wave called tsunami, is formed.
4. Ocean currents (d) streams of water in definite paths
Ocean currents are streams of water flowing constantly on the ocean surface in definite directions.
Rate this question :