fresh water

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fresh water

Water that contains a specified amount of solute, typically less than 1000 mg of solute per liter.
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However, for individual time points, the rate of DIN flux to the overlying water was significantly greater in the salt-water treatments than in the fresh-water treatments (P [less than] .
Information from the brackish water well study was added to this model to determine the effects of brackish-water development on the shallower fresh-water producing zones.
The Reagan years were influenced by monetarism, rational expectations, and other doctrines of the fresh-water school.