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Which explains how wind causes downwelling in the oceans? A. Wind systems diverge at a coastline, moving warm surface water away from the coastline. The water piles up and sinks. B. Wind systems diverge at a coastline moving warm surface water toward the coastline. The water piles up and sinks. C. Wind systems converge at a coastline moving warm surface water toward the coastline. The water piles up and sinks. D. Wind systems converge at a coastline, moving warm surface water away from the coastline. The water piles up and sinks.


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