Subject: is there a higher amount of salt in the rain from a hurricane
Date: Sat Sep 24 18:51:58 2005
Posted by Greg
Grade level: nonaligned
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City: Phoenix State/Province: AZ
Area of science: Earth Sciences
I know that rain water is basically salt free, since the water in a rain cload
is from evaporation, but during a hurricane an extreme amount of water
is "whipped" up, so is there salt in the rain water from a hurricane?
Re: is there a higher amount of salt in the rain from a hurricane
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