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 is relatively free of salts.
water containing no significant amounts of salts, potable water suitable for all normal uses; also known as potable water
Water that has a salt concentration of 0.0-0.5l.
Water with an average tidal cycle chloride concentration of 250 mg/l or less (corresponding to salinity of 0.45 parts per thousand).
Water with less than 0.5 parts per thousand dissolved salts.
water that is not salty.
water resources free from salt that are critical to living organisms; 3 percent of the water on Earth is fresh (the rest is salt water), and 95 percent of fresh water resources are groundwater
Water other than seawater; covers only about 2 percent of earth's surface, including streams, rivers, lakes, ponds, and water associated with several kinds of wetlands.
Very low in dissolved salts. Sometimes used comparatively with respect to normal sea water (which has 35,000 parts of dissolved salts per million). Sometimes used comparing mud filtrate with formation water.
inland waters. Water that contains little or no salt, or salinity.
inland water that has a low concentration of minerals, salts, and dissolved solids found as surface water or groundwater.
water containing less than 1,000 parts per million (ppm) of dissolved solids of any type. Compare saline water.
water that generally contains less than 1000 milligrams per liter of dissolved solids such as metals, nutrients, etc.
Water that contains less than 1,000 mg/l total dissolved solids.
Water without salinity.
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Water with a low concentration of dissolved salts (salinity less than 0.5 parts per thousand).
Water having less than approximately 1,000 mg/L (ppm) of total dissolved solids (TDS).
Water that generally contains less than 1,000 milligrams-per-liter of dissolved solids.
Water found rivers, lakes, and rain, that is distinguished from salt water by its appreciable lack of salinity.
Fresh water is water containing very low concentrations of dissolved salts and other impurities. It is an important renewable resource, necessary for the survival of most land organisms, and needed by humans for drinking and agriculture, among many other uses.
Fresh Water is the debut album by Australian rock and blues singer Alison Mac Callum, released in 1972. Rare for an Australian artist at the time, it came in a gatefold sleeve.