Samples "Oceanography"


Why Are the Oceans Getting So Salty?

Perhaps one of the most intriguing phenomenon worthy of the youngest of curiosities when at the beach is why is the ocean salty? This is an age-old question that is the subject of much research and yet, has been taken for granted. When at the beach, one can expect to...

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391 words | 3 page(s)
The Arctic Ocean

The Arctic Ocean is one of the four oceans that exist on planet Earth. It is the smallest ocean when it comes to size and depth. According to the researchers, the Arctic Ocean contains “about 1% of global seawater volume” (Forbes, 2019). It takes around 4.3% of the global ocean...

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462 words | 3 page(s)
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Origins of the Oceans

Scientists have been trying to understand how the oceans on the earth formed and what geological and atmospheric processes were associated with their emergence and development. Unfortunately, despite the immense scientific progress achieved for the past century, people know surprisingly little about how the oceans formed, mainly because this process...

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425 words | 3 page(s)
Ocean Dead Zones

In Dead in the Gulf, Lindsey Blomberg explains the extent of dead zones in Mexico. The situation continues to worsen with agricultural waste and chemicals such as fertilizers being among the major pollutants that are finding their way into the Gulf. These wastes include nitrogen compounds and phosphates that take...

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359 words | 3 page(s)
Exploring Oceans

The oceans are in great peril. The oceans as an ecosystem need to maintain the delicate balance that allows all the various species to survive. However, the changes in climate, including global warming and the melting of the glaciers, are putting tremendous pressure on the oceans and creating significant adverse...

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368 words | 3 page(s)