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Why the sea is salty

Leanna Traill

Why the sea is salty

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Published by Shortland in Auckland,New Zealand .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementretold by Leanna Traill, illustrated by Kelvin Hawley.
SeriesLiteracy links -- set C
ContributionsHawley, Kelvin.
The Physical Object
Pagination24p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22594485M
ISBN 100790102757
OCLC/WorldCa154215743

When his brother saw it, he set his heart on having the quern, and, after a deal of coaxing, he got it; but Why the sea is salty book had to pay three hundred dollars for it, and his brother bargained to keep it till hay-harvest, for he thought, if I keep it till then, I can make it grind meat and drink that will last for years. Websites do occasionally experience problems. Lakes are temporary storage areas for water. But, in spite of their few numbers, they disagreed because they knew that if the town's people knew about Asong, they will freak out and maybe they will capture Asong and make him a source of entertainment to everyone. It was evening when the rich brother got the quern home, and the next morning he told his wife to go out into the hay-field and toss, while the mowers cut the grass, and he would stay at home and get the dinner ready. Additional activities at the base included experimental testing of solid-fuel plane-launched rockets, jet-assist take-off testing, aeroballistic testing of inert atomic weapon test units at land and marine target areas, training bombing at marine targets, testing of the effects of long-term storage on atomic weapons, testing of the Project Mercury space capsule parachute landing systems, parachute training and testing, and military training exercises.

And overboard went the wonderful Mill, down to the bottom of the deep sea. With the hot water comes a large complement of dissolved minerals. The captain and his crew sailed home with the merchant's cargo of salt. A final process that provides salts to the oceans is submarine volcanism, the eruption of volcanoes under water. After construction of these irrigation canals, the Salton Sink became fertile for a time, allowing farmers to plant crops. Now, when his rich brother saw all that was on the table, and all that was behind in the larder, he grew quite spiteful and wild, for he couldn't bear that his brother should have anything.

Water flows in one end and out the other. Many of the dissolved ions are used by organisms in the ocean and are removed from the water. When he got in, everything was just as the old man had said. But the Mill kept on grinding salt at the bottom of the sea.


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Why the sea is salty by Leanna Traill Download PDF Ebook

Appleton and Company, Why the sea is salty book, pp. Help with links Problem with a link? The reactions between seawater and oceanic basalt, the rock of ocean crust, are not one-way, however; some of the dissolved salts react with the rock and are removed from the water.

This is similar to the previous process in that seawater is reacting with hot rock and dissolving some of the mineral constituents. When the hold of the ship was full of salt, the merchant cried, "Now you must stop, little Mill. The Rich Brother no longer wished to keep the Mill. The old dame stood by blessing her stars, and kept on asking where he had got this Why the sea is salty book quern, but he wouldn't tell her.

A lake exists only during times it is replenished by the rivers and rainfall, a cycle that has repeated many times over hundreds of thousands of years, [14] perhaps cycling every to years.

That's enough. He therefore boarded one of the ships and offered his service to the sailors. Not likely. However, many of the Why the sea is salty book substantially shrank in size, or have been abandoned, mostly due to the increasing salinity and pollution of the lake over the years from agricultural runoff and other sources.

The US Geological Survey describes the smell as "objectionable", "noxious", "unique", and "pervasive". The men grew desperate, but none of them was able to find a way out of the difficulty. All this time the Poor Brother had stood watching the seven dwarfs, and saying not a word.

When he got in, everything went just as the old man had said. Now, when his rich brother saw all that was on the table, and all that was behind in the larder, he grew quite spiteful and wild, for he couldn't bear that his brother should have anything.

If you say to it, 'Grind a house, little mill,' it will work away, and there the house will stand. It was bland and tasteless. Now, when the skipper had got the quern on his back, he soon made off with it, for he was afraid lest the man should change his mind; so he had no time to ask how to handle the quern, but got on board his ship as fast as he could, and set sail.

As it just happened that the captain needed a boy of Hans's age, he told him to stay. But later on the evening, when he had got a drop too much, he could keep his secret no longer, and brought out the quern and said, "There, you see what has gotten me all this wealth.

When they were out at sea, the merchant said, "Captain, we need not go any further upon our voyage. He placed the Mill behind the kitchen door and sat down, with his wife and daughters, to eat the choicest food he had ever tasted.

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