An Introduction to the Chemistry of the Sea
Assuming no advanced knowledge of any single science, this clear survey/teaching text provides a background for most students of marine science as well as a general base from which the professional marine chemist can progress into specialized studies.* Highlights the interrelationships that exist among the various marine processes, emphasizing the chemistry of seawater as a common link. * Provides comprehensive coverage of the carbon dioxide system and its role in most areas of marine science. * Presents the principles and practices of chemical oceanography with an up-to-date, accurate and accessible approach, especially with regard to chemical measurement. * Integrates background profiles for essential topics to place the present state of the field in the context of its origin and development. * Offers a wealth of references to provide an avenue to reviews, other textbooks or more specialized literature. * Provides tables of numerical values and constants.
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THE WATER IN SEAWATER
SALINITY CHLORINrrYCONDUCTTVITY AND DENSITY
MAJOR CONSTITUENTS OF SEAWATER
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