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Earth Science, Week 11

by: Vani Singh

Earth Science, Week 11 ESCI 1101 - 002

Vani Singh
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Vani Singh on Sunday April 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ESCI 1101 - 002 at University of North Carolina - Charlotte taught by Terry Ray Shirley in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 32 views. For similar materials see Earth Science - Geog in Earth Science at University of North Carolina - Charlotte.


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Date Created: 04/03/16
Earth Science  Water: universal solvent, dissolving 57 of the 92 elements on Earth  Salinity: every solid dissolved into the ocean’s water ­ Seven elements account for >99% of dissolved solids in seawater ~ Cl, Na, Mg, S, Ca, K, Br Express Salinity: %, ppm, mg/L, g/kg, pp(thousand)  ­ The most common notation: parts per thousand ( o/oo) Tropics: 34.5% (Brackish water – salinity of less than 35%) Subtropical: 36% (Brine) Why is there such a difference? Rainfall ~ which is freshwater Vertical Structure of Earth’s Oceans 2% ~ Mixing Zones: 1. Wind/Wave/Currents                                   2. Sun 18% ~ Thermocline Transaction: transitioning b/w the warm & cold temperatures 80% ~ Deep Cold Zone: 30° ­ 33°F (salt water) Influences on the Coastline: ­ Solar Energy: creating weather/climate ­ Wind: generates ocean currents/ waves ­ Climate  The Coastline Environment is call the Littoral Zone ­ Includes some of the land ­ 200 meters worth of water  Shore: where the ocean & land meet  Coast: just the land part of the environment, NOT the water  Beach: the part of the coastline that is in constant flow/movement MSL (Mean Sea Level): average tidal wave level Ocean Topography: oceans aren’t necessarily flat ­ Tides: sun’s and moon’s gravitational pull                                    


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