EAS 1600 Practice Problem Set 2

EAS 1600 Practice Problem Set 2 - EAS 1600 Additional...

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EAS 1600 Additional Problems and Questions Oceans. 1. Using the diagrams below, indicate the areas of maximum and minimum Temperature and Salinity: ;(11' /'\ ty),'Y'o, iyL'h I 0 60 S M,'" yY? fA )( )'Vl,'j. .., 60N Salinity , I ,. .... o I "" 60 S 2. What is the energy source that drives the ocean surface circulation? F ~ t' c -ti (}I'" Pro""" W.'•. ...• d > 3. Why do we find the maximum surface temperatures and salinity displaced northward in the Atlantic? S; fA r-F"'- t' e 0 fA. T ~ /0 u/ yr1<.-- d I' fe Y Yf/. .JI1.e '- Y'I 5 e &{
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4. If you take I L of pure water and ad 30 g ofNaCI: a. What will the volume of the solution be? I L b. What will the mass of the solution be? J L ';( IO~Crf ;( ~J ::::- ) rJ ":3>!3 (;j). () -I 30J (tI~C/) ;:;; 10)0 j c. What will the Salinity of the solution be? 30 :J0vQ cl J _ 30 % / OOP 9 (I/~D) - d. How much water will have to evaporate to raise the salinity to 40%0? 3
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