brackishness

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distastefulness; unpleasantness
{n} a slatish taste, state or quality
the saltiness of water
The quality or state of being brackish, or somewhat salt
{i} water that is a mixture of salt and fresh water, water that is somewhat salty; unpleasantness, distastefulness
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repulsive
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salty or slightly salty, as a mixture of fresh and sea water, such as that found in estuaries
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distasteful; unpleasant; not appealing to the taste
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{a} saltish, salt, like seawater
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bracky
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Water that part-way between freshwater and marine A number of species prefer partly-salty water
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Salty, but less so than sea water
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slightly salty or briny Brackish water is saltier than fresh water but less salty than seawater
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Mixed fresh and salt water
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Slightly salty water such as that found in a river near its discharge point into the sea
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Used to describe undrinkable water; salty water
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Brackish water is slightly salty and unpleasant. shallow pools of brackish water. brackish water is not pure because it is slightly salty (brac )
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Marine and estuarine waters with mixohaline salinity The term should not be applied to inland waters (Cowardin et al 1979)
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Slightly salty Used to describe waters which are nether freshwater or seawater, but have a salinity which falls between the two (usually between 0 - 25 ppt ) It may also be used to describe areas (e g estuaries) where, due to tidal exchanges, the environment fluctuates between seawater and freshwater
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A term used to describe a system that is not completely saline or completely fresh; often fluxing between the two extremes
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Pertaining to water of salinity intermediate between fresh water and sea water
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a mixture of freshwater and saltwater, with a salinity ranging from about 10 to 30 parts salt per 1,000 parts water
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Containing salt, brine
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– Having low salt content Scientist consider water with salinity values ranging from approximately 0 50 to 17 00 parts per thousand (ppt) to be brackish
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having a somewhat salty taste
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{s} briny, somewhat salty (of water); unpleasant, distasteful
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slightly salty; "a brackish lagoon"; "the briny deep
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Environment that is influenced by seawater with a salinity less than 35 parts per thousand (usually caused by the presence of an inflow of fresh water)
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slightly salty; "a brackish lagoon"; "the briny deep"
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Somewhat salty
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slightly salty water
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A taste fault giving the coffee brew a salty and alkaline sensation The result of salts and alkaline inorganic material left after evaporation of water from the brew due to excessive heat after brewing
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Somewhat salty water that is a combination of seawater and fresh water
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distasteful; unpleasant
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Having a salinity between that of fresh and sea water
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water that is a mixture of fresh and salt water
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adj - Containing some salt Usually referring to a mixture of fresh and salt water
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Low salinity seawater; often seawater in a restricted area with a high volume of river discharge
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Saltish, or salt in a moderate degree, as water in saline soil
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Water of mild salinity, usually where fresh water and salt water meet as a river empties into the ocean
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Water that is neither fresh water nor marine but a mixture of the two or intermediate in salinity, usually found in estuaries where the amount of salinity is constantly fluctuating
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