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However, even if you ignore the temperature saline water is more dense and it sinks to depth. As you trace the depth, you will find different levels of salinity from top to bottom. Thus, salinity of the ocean water depends on depth.
I would love to see a source confirming your postulate.
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http://www.bigelow.org/shipmates/salinity.html

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Dear as I said depth is characteristic of Salinity and not a determinant factor. Depth doesn't affect the increase or decrease in ocean salinity but it is rather a characteristic of saline water. Salinity might change with depth but what causes salinity to increase or decrease is climate. Moreover climate is a major determinant of salinity. This is the main reason why salinity in some areas is high and in others low. Name any region which determines salinity through depth of ocean water.You will find examples of Salinity in conformity with climate.

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if depth would be a measure of salinity mariana trench and tongatrench would be the salinest part of the world but its dead sea ?why not the trenches
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if depth would be a measure of salinity mariana trench and tongatrench would be the salinest part of the world but its dead sea ?why not the trenches
is dead sea an ocean or in an ocean? oceans keep moving, dead sea doesn't have any currents I guess. correct me if i'm wrong

is the surface water of the dead sea more saline or its deep water?

Depth is directly related to salinity of all oceans and it is the closest variable. We just know that if it is deep it would be more saline. Climate is not directly related to salinity, it is related by other processes like evaporation and influx of fresh water, which are in turn caused by sun energy. So we can also say that salinity is directly related to sun. We find the closest determinants in such cases which is depth in this case.

And it's not a good approach to invite a source and then ask one to keep one's opinion to oneself. Then one shouldn't argue in the first place.

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And it's not a good approach to invite a source and then ask one to keep one's opinion to oneself. Then one shouldn't argue in the first place.

Dear that was the reason in the first place that I didn't want an argument. Why should a single mcq should become a source of confrontation ?
And about source, I can provide a no of different sources keeping my view, and your source also suggests depth is a characteristic.

You are defending it because you think its right and I'm defending my opinion because I think I'm right.
Let's just keep our views to ourselves because I don't want an argument !

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Except mcqs both papers were hot cakes for me Interestingly, I prepared only one ocean currents-atlantic and that question came in the paper. I attempted it to the level of perfection with figures. Though no question from Rocks, Earthquakes, Volcanoes, but paper went 'average'. Paper II was very easy and I made maps almost in every question.

In the end of the days, I came to know that my selection of optional subjects were correct. More or less every paper came easier than that of other papers e.g socio. pub add, arabic.

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Well it is written i deblij book that temperature climate is the deterimant of salinity. Logic is obvious more evaporation more salinity, this is the reason more saline oceans are in hotter regions of the world.
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Q2) What is a glacier? Discuss the action of glacier as an agent of erosion and deposition and the resulting landforms.

intro
defining glacier
types of glacier
continental,valley ,piedemont
EROSIONAL WoRK OF GLACIERS
.bergschunds
.crevasses
.arte
.pyramydal peaks
.col
.tarn
.roche mountanne
.boulders
.fjords
DEPOSITIONAL WORK OF GLACIERS
.moraines
.drumlins
.kame
.kettles
.outwash plains
CONCLUSION

Q3) Explain the concept of fluvial cycle, and the sequential development of landforms.

intro
meaning of flvial cycle
figure of fluvial cycle i.e water evaporates from sea then form clouds,then it rainson land and the water reaches to ocen through rivers and the cycle is thus completed
davis model drainage pattern
LANDFORMS ASSOCIATED WITH FLUVIAL CYCLE
.canon gorge,v shaped valley
interlocking spurs
.pot holes
.rapids and caterets
.waterfalls
.alluvial fans
.meanders and ox bow lakes
.flood plains
.deltas
.karst topography
CONCLUSION

Q5) What are the factors and forces that determine the movement, direction an dnature of ocean currents? Describe in detail the currents of Atlantic Ocean bringing out their effects on surrounding lands.

intro
definition of ocean current
classification of currents
warm currents
.cold currents
CAUSES OF CURRENTS
.prevailing winds
.salinity difference
.temperature difference
.rotation of earth
.shape of coasts
CURRENTS OF ATLANTIC OCEAN
CURRENTS OF NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN
.ANTILLIES CURRENT
.IRMINGER CURRENT
.GULF STREAM
.LABRADOR CURRENT
.CANNERIES CURRENT
.FLORIDA CURRENT
.EQUATORIAL CURRENT
.SARGASSO SEA
CURRENTS OF SOUTH ATLANTIC
.equatorial current
.brazil current
.bengula current
antartica current
.falkland current
EFFECTS OF ATLANTIC CURRENTS ON ADJSANT LAND MASS
CONCLUSION

Q6) Which prominent ares experience Mediterranean type of climate? Give the characteristics of this type along with associated economic activities

intro
features of mediterranean climate
map of world showing mediterranean climate distribution
CLIMATE OF MEDITERRANEAN
.rainfall
.mean temp
NATURAL VEGETATION
.LUMBERING
.CROPS
ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES IN MEDITERRANEAN
.agriculture
.fishing
.tourism
CONCLUSION
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Q3) Explain the concept of fluvial cycle, and the sequential development of landforms.

intro
meaning of flvial cycle
figure of fluvial cycle i.e water evaporates from sea then form clouds,then it rainson land and the water reaches to ocen through rivers and the cycle is thus completed
davis model drainage pattern
LANDFORMS ASSOCIATED WITH FLUVIAL CYCLE
.canon gorge,v shaped valley
interlocking spurs
.pot holes
.rapids and caterets
.waterfalls
.alluvial fans
.meanders and ox bow lakes
.flood plains
.deltas
.karst topography
CONCLUSION
A very good attempt dear but I think the concept of fluvial cycle to be discussed here is not Hydrological(Water) cycle that you've explained but its fluvial cycle of erosion.
Though the term "fluvial cycle" here is ambiguous as it means cycle involving water. However since this question is about the erosion caused by river water, I guess its Fluvial Cycle of Erosion.

http://learnthings.co.za/content/sec...00/default.htm

PS: Though you may also find references for Water Cycle that you've explained but think about this its a question about erosion by water, why would an examiner ask about water cycle in a question regarding erosion by river water.


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