It is quite easy to mix salt water and fresh water, which produces a more dilute form of salt water.
Actually a region where fresh water and salt water mix is called an estuary.
fresh water that is mixed with salt water
just add salt to fresh water
an estuary is a mix of salt water and fresh water.
Kind of. They can have a mix of salt and fresh water.
The water will be salty, but not as salty as the salt water because the fresh water thinned it out.
When you mix fresh water with salt water you get what is called brackish water. An estuary is a body of water where fresh water and salt water mix. You'll find all the brackish water you need in estuaries where rivers meet the sea.
it is a mix of fresh water and salt water
fresh or salt water surrounded by land
In swamps and estuaries where salt water and fresh water mix, the water is termed brackish water.
Brackish water is a mix of salt and fresh water so of course there is fresh water in brackish water.
Mix fresh water and salt water
What makes you think they don't? They mix quite easily.
In quiet waters that don't mix very much, such as the Baltic Sea, fresh water from rivers tends to stay on top, floating on the salt water from the ocean. This is caused by the difference in their densities. Fishermen can catch fresh water fish near the top and salt water fish from lower down. Where salt water and fresh water meet and mix you have 'brackish' water, which is halfway between salt and fresh, more or less. This is what usually happens in estuaries where a river meets the sea.
The Nile itself is a river thus it is fresh water however an estuary is the meeting place of fresh and salt water and the waters mix making what is known aas brackish water.
Yes, the Hudson is fresh water, As it approaches the ocean the salt water and fresh water start to mix and this is called brackish.