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  • Freshwater environmental quality parameters — are the natural and man made chemical, biological and microbiological characteristics of rivers, lakes and ground waters, the ways they are measured and the ways that they change. The values or concentrations attributed to such parameters can be… …   Wikipedia

  • Freshwater, Isle of Wight — Infobox UK place | country = England official name= Freshwater civil parish= Freshwater [http://www.freshwater parish.org.uk] latitude = 50.682566 longitude = 1.524884 population= 5360 (2001 census) unitary england= Isle of Wight map type = Isle… …   Wikipedia

  • Freshwater prawn farm — This article is about the farming of freshwater prawns. For the farming of marine (saltwater) shrimps, see shrimp farming. A freshwater prawn farm is an aquaculture business designed to raise and produce freshwater prawn or shrimpfn|1 for human… …   Wikipedia

  • Russell Fjord — Russell Fiord is a fjord in the U.S. state of Alaska. It extends north to Disenchantment Bay, the terminus of Hubbard Glacier, at the head of Yakutat Bay. The fjord was named in 1906 by Marcus Baker of the U.S. Geological Survey for explorer… …   Wikipedia

  • Great Recycling and Northern Development Canal — The Great Recycling and Northern Development (GRAND) Canal of North America or GCNA is a water management proposal designed by Newfoundland engineer Thomas Kierans to alleviate North American freshwater shortage problems (see Water politics). The …   Wikipedia

  • Wetland — For other uses, see Wetland (disambiguation). The Florida Everglades massive wetland system in the United States saw 1.7 billion gallons of fresh water flushed from it daily and pumped into the ocean following one of the most successive water… …   Wikipedia

  • Eutrophication — The eutrophication of the Potomac River is evident from its bright green water, caused by a dense bloom of cyanobacteria. Eutrophication (Greek: eutrophia healthy, adequate nutrition, development; German: Eutrophie) or more precisely… …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal fish — Schooling threadfin, a coastal species Coastal fish, also called offshore fish or neritic fish, are fish that inhabit the sea between the shoreline and the edge of the continental shelf. Since the continental shelf is usually less than 200 metres …   Wikipedia

  • Pelagic fish — A school of large pelagic predator fish (giant trevally) sizing up a school of small pelagic prey fish (anchovies) Pelagic fish live near the surface or in the water column of coastal, ocean and lake waters, but not on the bottom of the sea or… …   Wikipedia

  • Marine habitats — Coral reefs provide marine habitats for tube sponges, which in turn become marine habitats for fishes Littoral zone …   Wikipedia

  • Algal bloom — Algal blooms can present problems for ecosystems and human society An algal bloom is a rapid increase or accumulation in the population of algae (typically microscopic) in an aquatic system. Algal blooms may occur in freshwater as well as marine… …   Wikipedia


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