Why ocean water are salty?
Ocean salt primarily comes from rocks on land and openings in the seafloor. Salt in the ocean comes from two sources: runoff from the land and openings in the seafloor. Rocks on land are the major source of salts dissolved in seawater. Rainwater that falls on land is slightly acidic, so it erodes rocks.
in the beginning, the primeval seas were probably only
slightly salt. but over time as the rain to Earth and ran over the land, breaking the up rocks and transforting their minerals to the ocean and the ocean has become a saltier#Carry_on_learning
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