What is a salinity gradient map?

Answer Just breaking down the words, here's a reasonable guess. Salinity is having salts. Gradient is different amounts. A map would show you where. So I guess you are looking at where the greatest amount... Read More »

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How to Make a Gradient in Paint.Net With the Gradient Tool?

There is always more than one way to skin a cat and that saying really goes with gradients. To make a gradient using the gradient tool, makes it a little fun as well.

What is soil salinity or salination?

The salinity of soil refers to the amount of salt in the soil. Soil sallination is when soil becomes more salty as a result of water movement in the soil usually as a result of irrigation.

What is the average salinity of sea water?

Seawater averages a salt content of 34 to 37 parts per thousand (ppt). 35 ppt translates to 35 pounds of dry salt in every 1,000 pounds of water, making it a 3.5 percent salt solution. The specific... Read More »

What is the effect of salinity on currents?

Currents are driven by a number of factors, including salinity. More saline water is heavier and tends to sink. Salinity differences help drive currents deep within the ocean.Salinity LevelsEvapora... Read More »