Saltish, or salt in a moderate degree, as water in saline soil.
Saline water with a concentration between freshwater and seawater.
Water of less than normal ocean salinity, usually ranging between 0.517 per cent.
Brackish water is water that is saltier than fresh water, but not as salty as sea water. It may result from mixing of seawater with fresh water, as in estuaries, or it may occur naturally, as in brackish fossil aquifers. Technically, brackish water contains between 0.5 and 30 grams of salt per literâ€”more often expressed as 0.5 to 30 parts per thousand (ppt or â€°). Thus, brackish covers a range of salinity regimes and is not considered a precisely defined condition.
Brackish - Water with a salinity (salt content) between that of freshwater (0-5 parts per thousand) and normal marine water (35 parts per thousand).
refers to water with a salt content between that of fresh water and sea water
mixture of fresh- and sea-water.
a combination of fresh and sea water, as occurs naturally in estuaries. Salinity: 15 - 20 ppt, pH 8.0
Water that part-way between freshwater and marine. A number of species prefer partly-salty water.
An intermingling of sea (salt) water and fresh water.
water from 0.5 to 17 % salinity.
Salty, but less so than seawater.
a. mixed with salt; briny.
Water with salinity between fresh water and seawater. Brackish aquaria have a specific gravity of between 1.002 and 1.008.
a mixture of fresh and saltwater typically found in estuarine areas.
Water that is saline but not as salty as seawater. Water that is saline but not as salty as seawater.
water that is neither fresh nor saltwater, but is somewhere in between. In nature this occurs at the mouths of rivers and swamps near the sea. Some fish live in salt water but are spawned in brackish or fresh water and vice versa. There are several brackish species available in the aquarium hobby, see Freshwater Fish for descriptions.
Like the salt water mix, brackish refers to the salty taste of a coffee. A brackish coffee is a flavor defect and can be the result of poor processing procedures.
The condition of water where saltwater and freshwater meet.
water salinity of 2,400-8,000EC.
Water with a salinity lower than that of seawater; seawater and freshwater mixed; typical of estuarine environments.
Where salinity is intermediate between that of freshwater and sea water
Stagnant saline water. Water somewhere between freshwater and marine.
(brack ish) - a mixture of fresh and salty water.
Containing a mix of fresh and salt water.
Water with a chloride level greater than 250 mg/L and less than 19,000 mg/L.
Low salinity seawater; often seawater in a restricted area with a high volume of river discharge.
Slightly salty waterbodies
Water that contains less than 10,000 ppm salt - more salt than freshwater but less than the open seawater.
Having a salt content greater than freshwater.
Beackish water is water that is saltier than river water but less salty than sea water.
Slightly salty water typical of river estuaries and lagoons. Some fish, e.g. archer-fish, gobies, and puffers require a brackish aquarium set-up to thrive.
A mixture of fresh and salt water.
Mixed fresh and salt water.
Classification of water that has some salt in it.
referring to conditions where salts range from 1 part per thousand (ppt) to about 18 ppt; between fresh and salt water
Having low salt content. Scientist consider water with salinity values ranging from approximately 0.50 to 17.00 parts per thousand (ppt) to be brackish.
Partly salty water. Water in between freshwater and marine.
Water that is lightly saline, much less salty than seawater.
water containing too much salt to be useful to people but less salt than ocean water
Containing salt, brine.
salty or having a high salt content.
A mixture of freshwater and saltwater.
bodies of water that are both fresh and salt which are lesser or greater in saline content which is dictated by tidal pulls. As the floodtide comes in and raises the water the saline content raises, conversely, as the ebb tide recedes so does the level of salt content, which in turn is aided by the continuing flow of fresh water from rivers and creeks to estuaries.
Slightly salty or having a high concentration of dissolved minerals.
Mixture of fresh and salt water, found in estuaries.
containing some salt; brackish water: the area in a waterbody where freshwater and saltwater meet
slightly salty or briny. Brackish water is saltier than fresh water but less salty than seawater.
slightly salty water with a salinity between 0.5 ppt and 32 ppt
adj. Slightly salty.
tidal water with a salinity of 0.5-30 parts per thousand.
slightly salty waters, where fresh and salt water mix
A taste fault giving the coffee brew a salty and alkaline sensation. The result of salts and inorganic alkaline material left after evaporation of water from the brew due to excessive heat after brewing.
Environment that is influenced by seawater with a salinity less than 35 parts per thousand (usually caused by the presence of an inflow of fresh water).
means salty, briny, saline.