Ocean currents work almost like a conveyer belt, moving warmer water and rain from the equator toward the north and south poles. It also moves cold water from the poles back to the equator. Thus, currents regulate global climate, helping to counteract the uneven distribution of solar radiation reaching Earth's surface.
The Ocean's pressure: 14.5 pounds per square inch
The Ocean's average temperature: 28.5 degrees Fahrenheit
The Ocean's average depth: 12,100 ft
From the ocean, there are many resources we use. Some are salt, sand, gravel, and some manganese, copper, nickel, iron, and cobalt. These are key element we need in everyday life.