Which factor drives surface ocean currents?

Option (a) is the correct answer. Explanation: At the surface of ocean waves move in different directions and most of the time they collide with each other. As a result, due to back and forth movement of waves there is formation of current at the surface of ocean. Thus, we can conclude that out of the given options, wind energy factor drives surface ocean currents.

Option A) wind energy. Explanation: Winds, Water density and tides all drive ocean currents.

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wind and air currents Explanation:

I believe it is wind energy

Answer 6

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Answer 7

WIND ENERGY drives surface ocean currents

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