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freshwater

1. of, relating to, or living in fresh water
2. (esp of a sailor who has not sailed on the sea) unskilled or inexperienced
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Kieran Leigh-Moy has been working on a Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) project to understand why the declining populations of freshwater pearl mussels in the river were not breeding and locate sites where they could be reintroduced.
THE parent company of communications agency Freshwater has appointed a new chief executive.
LAHORE -- World Wide Fund (WWF) for Nature Pakistan chapter said on Sunday the population of endangered freshwater and marine turtles was declining due to habitat degradation caused by climate change.
A massive freshwater aquifer has been(https://www.livescience.com/65779-giant-freshwater-aquifer-east-coast.html) discovered beneath the Atlantic Ocean , off the northeastern coast of the United States.
The assumption that waters of the Indus, which flow into the Arabian Sea, is a waste of freshwater resources is neither wise nor accurate.
'Having freshwater is a right of every human being.' This statement was said by Dr.
Ayla Skorupa, the one who called us here, is leaning on a protruding rock in a faded teal wetsuit, my mesh bag of freshwater mussels open at her side.
Primary freshwater crabs are brachyurans that live exclusively in tropical and subtropical freshwater habitats worldwide for their entire life cycle, and that reproduce by direct development without any free-living larval stages (Cumberlidge & Ng, 2009; Wehrtmann et al., 2010; Vogt, 2012).
Although not as high in healthy omega-3 fatty acids as some saltwater fish, freshwater fish are a nutritious choice for lunch or dinner.
Talking to reporter, Senior Director Programmes WWF here on Friday said the Living Planet Report (LPR) 2018 launched earlier narrated the alarming and serious threats to the wildlife species and freshwater ecosystems among others.
[ClickPress, Mon Sep 17 2018] The report "Aquaculture Products Market by Rearing Product Type (Equipment, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Fertilizers), Culture (Freshwater, Marine, Brackish Water), Species (Aquatic Animals, Aquatic Plants), Production Type, and Region - Global Forecast to 2023", The aquaculture products market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.2%, to reach USD 42.56 billion by 2023 from USD 30.10 billion in 2018.