What is salinity and how do I measure it?

Salinity is the amount of dissolved salts in a sample, measured in parts per thousand (ppt) or parts per million (ppm). You use the same probe as you would for measuring conductivity and apply a correction factor to the reading. The reading will be converted to parts per million of NaCI (sodium chloride or common salt).


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