Where Does One Ocean End And Another Begin?

Hi, this is Kate from MinuteEarth. Earth’s ocean water, all 140 million-ish square miles of it, is all interconnected – which becomes really clear when you look at the world like this. Technically our planet only has one ocean: the giant, not-so-creatively named “world ocean.” But that makes it hard to talk about different parts […]

Why is the ocean blue? | #aumsum

Why is the ocean blue? Because ocean water reflects blue color of the sky. You are right, but not completely. The main reason for oceans to be blue is the way water molecules absorb and scatter the colors of sunlight. Sunlight has seven visible colors. They are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. […]

Borehole Nuclear Magnetic Resonance for Environmental Site Management

[Narrator] The goal of hydrogeophysics is to use geophysical methods to find, detect, and assess properties relevant to hydrologists. Accurate porosity, saturation, and hydraulic conductivity estimates are critical for understanding – aquifer heterogeneity, – fate and transport of contaminants in the environment, and – water availability. Whereas most geophysical methods are only indirectly sensitive to […]

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