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Seawater is the water that comes from the sea, and the water isvery salty, and is thus called saltwater.
I think that it causes a deep ocean current.....
sand, silt, clay, and other particles and sediments mix with water.this mix forms very dense water.
A density current forms when more dense seawater moves toward less dense seawater.
If you are talking about plate tectonics, the action you're referring to is called subduction.
A deep ocean current
Excessive rains at the time of earth formation caused the formation of sea......now the water level is kept balanced by the water cycle in the environment....
Ice, which is less dense sea water. Salinity does not change, water when it freezes forms crystalline structures which occupy more space (unusual for a liquid changing to a s…olid)
Fresh water is less dense than seawater.
Seawater because it contains salt which makes the water more dense than water which does not contain salt.
Not at the start because as you all ready know that a football does float on water. But after a long period of time it will finally of lost the air inside and them yes it will… finally sink. But this just doesn't happen in sea water it will happen in any water. I hope that has asked your question.
Blood is far denser than sea water as it has a whole bunch of cellular bodies mixed in with it. I think you wanted to ask "Which is denser seawater or serum?" In that case se…rum is still heavier even though it has less salt. Serum still has a wide assortment of exotic proteins dissolved in it.