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Statistics About The Average Depth Of Ocean

The average depth of the world's oceans is approximately 12,080 feet.

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"The average depth of the ocean is about 3.688 meters."

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"The Pacific Ocean has an average depth of 4,000 meters."

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"The Atlantic Ocean has a lower average depth, about 3,646 meters."

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"The Indian Ocean has a similar average depth to the Atlantic, about 3,840 meters."

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"The depth of the Arctic Ocean averages at 1,038 meters."

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"The Southern Ocean is around 3,270 meters deep on average."

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"The Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the ocean, nearly 11,033 meters deep, making the average ocean depth seem shallow."

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"On average, the seafloor depth increases about 40 meters for every degree of latitude closer to the poles."

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"It is estimated that only about 5% of the world’s oceans have been explored - considering that the average depth is around 3.7 km, we still have a lot to learn."

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"The average depth of the Antarctic Ocean is approximately 3,200 meters."

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"The Mediterranean Sea, connected to the Atlantic Ocean, has an average depth of 1,500 meters."

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"The Caribbean Sea, part of the Atlantic Ocean, has an average depth of 2,200 meters."

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"The Gulf of Mexico has an average depth of about 1,615 meters."

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"The average depth of the Bering Sea, a part of the Pacific Ocean, is approximately 1,676 meters."

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"The average ocean depth of the world's largest seas and oceans combined stands roughly around 3728.8 meters."

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"The Arctic Ocean's average depth is far lesser than other oceans at 1,038 meters due to it being largely covered by floating ice."

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"Despite its vast size, the average depth of the Atlantic Ocean is less than that of the Pacific Ocean."

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"The average depth of the Pacific Ocean is greater than the height of Mount Everest, the highest peak on land."

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"The average depth of the Red Sea is around 490 meters."

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"The average depth of the ocean continues to change due to sea level rise caused by climate change, currently believed to be increasing at 3.6 mm per year."

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