Density changes with depth (seawater 35 parts per thousand and 0 C)


Density changes with depth (seawater 35 parts per thousand and 0 C)

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Density changes with depth
(seawater 35 parts per thousand and 0 °C)
depth (m) pressure (decibars) density (g/cm3)
0 0 1.02813
1,000 1,000 1.03285
2,000 2,000 1.03747
4,000 4,000 1.04640
6,000 6,000 1.05495
8,000 8,000 1.06315
10,000 10,000 1.07104
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