Results for: Estuarial

In Bodies of Water

What is an estuary?

An estuary is the mouth of a river or part of a river that is atsea level that has freshwater at low tides and salt water at hightides. They are usually enclosed and sometimes (MORE)
In Meteorology and Weather

What is the topography of an estuary?

Estuaries are low-lying coastal areas around rivers or streams.They contain a mix of salt water and fresh water and often containbuildup of sediment.
In Animal Life

How do estuaries form?

during the last interglacial period, the retreating of glaciers created massive valleys. When these glaciers melted the water filled up the valleys and thus created the first (MORE)
In Ecosystems

What are estuaries?

they are expanding tidal mouths of rivers Usually defined as where a river enters the sea, but a similar feature may be found much less commonly, on a lake shore. An Estuar (MORE)
In Bodies of Water

Where are estuaries located?

They are located on the south coast of the United States going into the Gulf of Mexico.
In Science

What is the estuaries biome?

An estuary is a coastal area where freshwater mixes with saltwater,also known as a swamp,lagoon,tidal pools etc.
In Lakes and Rivers

Example of an estuary?

An estuary is an area where fresh water and salty ocean waters mix together. These areas may include bays, mouths of rivers, salt marshes, and lagoons . These brackish (salt (MORE)
In Amazon River

What is estuary of a river?

An estuary is the mouth of a river or part of a river that is below sea level that has freshwater at low tides and salt water at high tides. They are usually enclosed and some (MORE)
In Ecosystems

Where are there estuaries?

Estuaries are found mainly along coastal regions, in the areas before a river(s) drain into the ocean.
In Lakes and Rivers

What is an example of an estuary?

"salt marsh" Well, the question is asking for an example ofan estuary, not the definition. You can find that in a dictionary.An example would be the Mississippi River because (MORE)
In Herbivores

What omnivores are in estuaries?

The Alabama Beach Mouse ( Peromyscuspolionotus ammobates ) are Omnivores. They eat many differentplant seeds as well as insects. They are an endangered speciesusually found on (MORE)
In Ecosystems

Where is estuary located?

An estuary is the area in which a river or stream meets an ocean.The Chesapeake bay located on the east coast of the United Statesis an estuary.
In Seasons

What are the seasons of an estuary?

You can say that an estuary has dry seasons (low water levels) and wet seasons (high water levels), but really it is more accurate to say that seasons effect the estuary. na (MORE)
In Ecosystems

Plants in an estuary?

you can find coral or anything you can find in fresh water or salt water
In Ecosystems

What is the temperature in an Estuary?

As estuary is an area where a river flows into the sea. Its meanannual temperature is approximately 51 degrees Fahrenheit.
In Lakes and Rivers

Why are estuaries such as the Estuary so important?

The Pamlico Estaurine System is the most important fish nurseryground on the U.S. Atlantic Coast. It carries lots of nutrients forphytoplankton. The plankton found can serve a (MORE)
In Lakes and Rivers

What is a estuary of a river?

An estuary of a river is a partially enclosed costal area intowhich the river flows. Estuaries have brackish water.
In Bodies of Water

How salty are estuaries?

Salinity varies within the estuary and depend on other factors such as tides. Estuaries are essentially where freshwater from rivers, streams, etc, meet with saltwater from th (MORE)
In Ecosystems

What are estuary plants?

The most widespread vegetation within estuaries are mangroves. Some examples of the mangroves that thrive in estuarine habitats are red mangroves, black mangroves, white mangr (MORE)
In Freshwater Fish

What is an estuary biome?

An estuary biome is a partially enclosed body of water along the coast where freshwater from bays, rivers, and streams meet and mix with salt water from oceans. . -)
In Animal Life

Where are estuaries found?

Estuaries are found on the coast where a river or bay or another source of fresh water has access to the open sea. Example: It is found in the water that forms at the mouth (MORE)
In Lakes and Rivers

Explain what estuaries are and why estuaries are important?

estuaries are places where it is half salt water and half fresh water it is important because salt water has more minerals and fresh water has more oxygen so it is kind of lik (MORE)
In Lakes and Rivers

Why is estuary important?

In addition to providing economic, cultural and ecological benefitsto communities, estuaries deliver invaluable ecosystem services.Ecosystem services are fundamental life-supp (MORE)
In Ecosystems

What are estuaries plants?

The most widespread vegetation within estuaries are mangroves. Some examples of the mangroves that thrive in estuarine habitats are red mangroves, black mangroves, white mangr (MORE)
In Lakes and Rivers

How do you preserve an estuary?

Estuaries can be preserved by taking action to clean up rivers and oceans along with managing the dumping and pollution as those can find their way down streams and into estua (MORE)
In Geology

Why is an estuary called an estuary?

An estuary is the lower course of a river where the rivers currentmeets the sea's tide, there is a mixing of sea and salt water. Theword comes from Latin 'aestuarium' which me (MORE)
In Lakes and Rivers

What is an river estuary?

The mouth of a river where it meets the sea, with a mixing of fresh and salt tidal water
In England

What is the Thames Estuary?

It is the mouth of the River Thames. It's outlet where it flows into the North Sea.
In Biology

What is estuary in organisms?

An estuary is an area, or body of water where the water from a river meets the water of a larger body of water such as a bay or ocean. Thus an estuary has mixed wildlife and i (MORE)
In Animal Life

What is the preipaption in estuary?

Are you asking about the precipitation in an estuary? The precipitation in an estuary varies according to where the estuary is located. An estuary is the point where a saltwat (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is estuary?

The official definition for the word estuary is "the tidal mouth ofa large river, where the tide meets the stream."
In Nouns

Is estuary a noun?

Yes, the word 'estuary' is a noun ; a word for thepart of a river where it nears the sea and the salt and fresh watermixes; a word for a thing.
In Uncategorized

What is Estuary English?

Estuary English is widely encountered throughout the south andsouth-east of England, particularly among the young. Many considerit to be a working-class accent, though it is b (MORE)