11 Salinity and Carbon II 3

11 Salinity and Carbon II 3 - 4. Marine invertebrate shells...

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River Water 35.15 20.39 11.67 5.68 5.79 3.41 2.12 12.14 Sea Water .40 1.15 .0004 55.04 30.62 3.69 1.10 7.68 Ion Carbonate Calcium Silicate Chloride Sodium Magnesium Potassium Sulfate Percentage of Total Dissolved Minerals
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Extra Credit Questions 1. Cations become positively/negatively charged by gaining/losing electrons. 2. The dominant ion in river water is ___ 3. The dominant ion in sea water is ___
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Marine invertebrate shells are made from ____ Other Constituents in Ocean Water The Oceans, Heat, and Carbon Dioxide Middle Ages Industrial Revolution 380 ppm CO 2 Global Temperature Ocean Temperature Oceans can buffer changes in atmospheric temperature Gas Gases/Heat Present and Future Problems Warmer oceans ? October, 2005...
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