Where is the drain located? If it is on the wall near the top then you can keep the water in the pool. If it is near the bottom then you may have to drain the pool.
In a typical saltwater swimming pool nothing living other then micro organisms should be able to survive. In a saltwater pool with water, filtration and components designed for marine life, they could.
They may survive in an empty pool, but are not able to live under water.
Repel, mosquito larvae can not survive in salt water.
Oh yes, you can survive on pool water for years. Either chlorinated or salt (salt water pools have very little salty taste).
As long as you keep your pool regularly chlorinated then the mosquito larvae will not have a suitable water pH to survive in. If you slack off on the chlorination then the water will start to turn a greenish color and that is when the larvae will thrive.
because the water gives off energy so therefor the water makes the air cold
well the answer is yes because they can survive in water and it's the enviorment
It depends on what the bugs are...if they are mosquitoes, you can get rid of them by circulating the water. Mosquito larvae need still and stagnent water to survive. Not too many other types of bugs will live in the pool water, but many types will use the pool as a water source, so they are living near the pool. You need to include more information in your question such as do they live in the water or do they congregate around the pool, what do they look like, where are you located...etc. More information? They are called backswimmers (sometimes Tennessee Backswimmers)
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If water is seeping into the ground near your pool, then you obviously have a leak somewhere.
No HFMD can not survive in Chlorinated water. Actually the chlorinated water will help Sue M MD