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salt water

[′sȯlt ¦wȯd·ər]
(oceanography)
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There are several things that a beginner will need to do to set up their salt water aquarium.
What we were actually told from the phone calls that were made was that drinking salt water is a very old-fashioned method of making yourself sick,' said a spokesperson.
And when a storm-tide or south wind-tide blows salt water in, it gets farther into the basin than it would naturally.
Sending too much water into estuaries causes salt water to ooze into local underground aquifers, sections of rock that hold water under land like a huge sponge (see diagram, below), when salt water creeps into aquifers, coastal wells pump salty water, which humans can't use.
Fill the glass about one-half full with salt water.
What is a salt water fish doing in the fresh waters of the Mississippi?
Mutter something about the salt water and the poor diet but don't expect anyone to listen as they'll be too busy wondering whether they should ask for a picture or take a slice.
Parts were stressed by tying the rubber back with stainless steel wire and the bond line was scored to allow penetration of the salt water to the bond interface.
PRC), a diversified water resource, waste management and environmental services company specializing in the unconventional oil and natural gas shale resource plays, announced today that on November 2, 2012, its wholly owned subsidiary, GreenHunter Water, LLC, has completed the financial closing on the previously announced agreement to acquire two operating Class II salt water disposal (SWD) wells located in Washington County, Ohio and Ritchie County, West Virginia.
30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The state-of-the-art ACE Salt Water Sanitizing System from Hot Spring, the only brand to sell more than one million hot tubs, leads the industry in extending the life of clean water in hot tubs.
the team found large, pointed-bottom vats that were used either to store or to boil salt water.
In a few minutes Hastings, a former guide who has originated a number of fly patterns for local salt water, hooked up.