Water found in lakes, streams, and rivers, but not the ocean
Water with no salt content.
Water that does not contain salt, or is not saline.
Water found in lakes, rivers, streams; generally containing less than 1,000 mg/L of dissolved solids.
Water that has a salt content of less than 0.05% (500 parts per million).
Water that is not saline or brackish. Water that is low in salts, containing less than 1,000 mg/L of dissolved solids.
water that has no salt in it
relating to or living in or consisting of water that is not salty; "freshwater fish"; "freshwater lakes"
Water containing less than 1 mg/l of dissolved solids of any type.
water containing no significant amounts of salts; potable water suitable for all normal uses ( see potable water)
All water except coastal water and geothermal water (RMA).
Water with a low concentration of dissolved salts (salinity less than 0.5 parts per thousand).
Water that contains less than 1,000 mg/L (milligrams per liter) of dissolved solids; generally, more than 500 mg/L is considered undesirable for drinking and many industrial uses.
Water, typically derived from inland or rainfall, with less than 0.03% ionic content.
water that has not been impaired or contaminated
Water from rivers, lakes, reservoirs and underground streams.
Water without salt in it, like ponds and streams.
lakes and rivers where water is not salty; not oceans or salt water.
water with less than 1 ppt of salt. Does not denote water quality.
Water that is not salty, found in inland bodies of water.
The water of rivers and most stillwaters, containing little or no dissolved salt
Pearls Often known as Biwa pearls as they originated from Lake Biwa in Japan, freshwater pearls are mostly cultured in China today.
Not salt or ocean water.
Of, pertaining to, or living in, water not salt; as, fresh-water geological deposits; a fresh-water fish; fresh-water mussels.
mainly lives in water that is not salty.
Pearls that are grown in freshwater mollusks in lakes or rivers. Most come from China, Japan and the Untied States and their shapes range from perfectly round to rice-shaped, off-round, oval and a huge variety of freeforms.
water that contains less than 1,000 milligrams per liter (mg/L) of dissolved solids; generally, more than 500 mg/L of dissolved solids is undesirable for drinking and many industrial uses.
Water other than seawater, including, rain, condensation and bilgewater.
Water containing only small quantities (generally less than 1,000 milligrams per liter) of dissolved materials.
(eau douce) Water that generally contains less than 1,000 milligrams per litre of dissolved solids such as salts, metals, and nutrients.