D) Acid rain
A) Salt was always present in Oceans.
B) Acid rain falls into the Ocean. It contains Salts.
C) Volcanoes let out salt when they erupt.
D) Over millions of years, rains, rivers and streams have washed over rocks carrying away salt into the Ocean
A) Table salt
B) Sea salt
C) Rock salt
D) Water salt
A) Openings in the earth's crust which continuously let out mineral-rich, hot water.
B) Openings in the earth's crust that let out cold and mineral deprived water.
C) Openings in the earth's crust that allows the flow of lava.
D) Openings in the earth's crust that let out toxic gases.
A) Parts pertaining titanium
B) Parts per tens
C) Parts per thousand
A) 45 ppt
B) 1000 ppt
C) 15 ppt
D) 35 ppt
A) 0.5 ppt
B) 1 ppt
C) 0.7 ppt
D) 0.9 ppt
A) Water between 10 ppt and 11 ppt.
B) Water between 0.5 ppt and 17 ppt
C) Water between 0.4 ppt and 0.9 ppt
D) Water between 0.1 ppt and 0.5 ppt
A) Dehydration. Cells and organs cannot function properly.
B) Blood pumps salt into the heart and causes heart failure.
C) Salt increases body temperature.
D) Stops blood circulation