Hudson Bay is in fact both. Taking into account the inflow of salt water that flows in from the Arctic Ocean (Fax Basin) and fresh water from the rivers that pour into James Bay/ Hudson Bay the ratio of fresh water to salt water is 2:5. Taking into account the fresh water that comes from the thawing of the ice cover on James Bay/Hudson Bay the ratio is 4:5.
Hudson bay is salt water.
hodson bay is salt water
James bay as well as Hudson's bay are both salty, but not quite as salty as The Atlantic or Pacific Oceans.
The Red Deer River is fresh water and is part of the larger Saskatchewan-Nelson system, which flows into Hudson Bay (where it becomes salt water).
The Chesapeake Bay is salt water.
It is salt water, because it is a continuation of the ocean water.
Beach water at a lake is fresh water. Beach water at the ocean or a bay is salt water.
It's on the Pacific Ocean. The ocean is salt water.
Cape Cod Bay in Massachusetts is a salt water bay that borders the Atlantic Ocean. On the east shore of this bay is the historic Plymouth Rock.
It is saltwater, but the salinity levels are lower than the oceans.
The chesapeake bay is the only bay in the United States that is actually both. It is called brackish water. That means it's salt water and fresh water all mixed together.(All 100% true facts)
The Hudson Strait joins the Hudson Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. There is no major body of water directly connected to the Hudson Bay to the south.
The Bering Sea named for Vitus Bering, or Hudson Bay Named for Henry Hudson.
Henry Hudson discovered the Hudson Bay because Hudson found a body of water and he thought it was the Pacific Ocean. He realized after it wasn't. The body of water was a large bay, which eventually was named the Hudson Bay. GOOD LUCK
The body of water that joins Hudson Bay on the South is James Bay.
what body of water connects the atlantic ocean to the hudson bay
Chicago, Illinois is not located on a bay because a bay is a body of water that extends into the land, while a lake is an INLAND body of fresh or salt water. So, Chicago is not on a bay it is locater on a lake.
probably somewhere... oh but there is that huge freaking bay dead center of canada, called the Bay of Hudson
A great estuary you can reference is the Tampa Bay estuary.
Hudson Bay (originally named Hudson's Bay) was named after explorer Henry Hudson. The Hudson's Bay Company took its name from the bay.
A sea is a large body of salt water, sometimes a part of an ocean, which may be partially or completely enclosed by land. A bay is an indentation of the shoreline of a larger body of salt or fresh water.