File:ESTUDIO FÍSICO-QUÍMICO DE LAS AGUAS DEL SECTOR ORIENTAL DEL GOLFO DE CARIACO, VENEZUELA..pdf

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The seawater quality of the northeastern coast of the gulf of Cariaco was analyzed by sampling 17 stations fromJune to November 2007. pH ranged between 6.91 and 8.52; temperature, between 24 and 32°C; salinity, between 1.00 and37.85 units; oxygen, between 2.43 and 9.87 mg/L; ammonium, between below detection limits and and 4.80 mmol/L; nitrates,between below detection limits and 11.55 mmol/L; nitrites, between below detection limits and 2.53 mmol/L; and phosphates,between below detection limits and 3.84 mmol/L. The hydrochemical variability of the gulf is predicated on the weather,tradewinds affecting both coastal upwelling and precipitation, the latter in turn having a significant bearing on increased runoffby the River Carinicuao and other bodies of water discharging into the gulf.

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current08:17, 25 March 2016 (451 KB)William Senior (talk | contribs)The seawater quality of the northeastern coast of the gulf of Cariaco was analyzed by sampling 17 stations fromJune to November 2007. pH ranged between 6.91 and 8.52; temperature, between 24 and 32°C; salinity, between 1.00 and37.85 units; oxygen, betwee
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