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Ch 15.1

Seawater & Salinity

Jennifer Sanders

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of Ch 15.1

Double click anywhere & add an idea Ch 15.1 Seawater & Salinity Contains dissolved substances
that gives it a salty taste Every known natural element is in seawater Salt makes it unsuitable for drinking or irrigating crops Most salt in the ocean is
NaCl How does salt get into the ocean? 1. Chem. weathering of
rocks on continents 2. Earths interior
(Vol. eruptions) Processes That Affect Salinity Adding F.W. to S.W. Salinity 1. Precipitation 2. Runoff From Land 3. Ice Melting Removing F.W. from S.W. Salinity 1. Evaporation 2. Sea Ice formation Density of SW = Salinity & Temp. Salinity Temp. Density test
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