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salt water

[′sȯlt ¦wȯd·ər]
(oceanography)
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Study participants then gargled three times with the remaining salt water.
Newark Bay is an estuary--a region along the coast, typically at the mouth of a river, where fresh river water and salt water from the ocean meet and mix.
Permian Water acquired fee or leasehold interests in 21 salt water disposal wells, three brine stations and three fresh water stations.
Permian Water acquired fee or leasehold interests in twenty-one salt water disposal wells, three brine stations and three fresh water stations.
But when the device is placed in salt water, it only lasts 20 seconds.
"Once there is salt water intrusion in the aquifers, then it becomes salt water.
It is the most beautiful salt water pool in the world.
The proximate composition of hot water blanched (PT4), baking soda blanched (PT5) and salt water blanched (PT6) morama milk compared with commercial soybean milk is indicated in Table 1.
The aim of this study is to control the production of salts and salt waters concentrated in magnesium using salt spring water as raw material.
Using the marker, write "fresh water" on one cup and "salt water" on the other.
The Study: Researchers at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia, PA evaluated the responses of 61 infants to various concentrations of salt water. The results of the testing, performed at ages two and six months, were correlated with the infants' exposure to starchy foods, a significant source of sodium.
It is very simple to cure a live rock before placing it in your salt water aquarium, but this is an important step that must be taken in order to prevent a buildup of ammonia in the salt water fish tank.