hypersalinity


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hypersalinity

(ˌhaɪpəsəˈlɪnɪtɪ)
n
(Medicine) med an excess of salt in a saline solution
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That's exactly what's happened with Florida Bay's hypersalinity crisis, says Dr.
(iv) Later circulations involved several generations of aqueous fluids, including low-salinity fluids (L4a; 0-10 wt.% NaCl eq; 120-350[degrees]C), moderate-salinity brines (L4b; 20-26 wt.% NaCl eq; 200[degrees]C), and hypersalinity brines (L4c; 40-60 wt.% NaCl eq; 180-225[degrees]C).
marina may reach a height of 1.6 m and 2.0 m when grows in pure and mixed stands consecutively in some of the hypersalinity spots along the Red Sea coasts of Egypt [20].
The biomarker composition showed that there were no indications of hypersalinity (e.g.
This event highlights the need to further understand trophic relationships, movement patterns, and the impacts of hypersalinity on Baffin Bay residence.
As a result, the St Lucia Estuary experiences regional hypersalinity at times, especially in the northern part of the lake where salinities occasionally exceed 200 ppt (Whitfield & Taylor 2009; Cyrus et al.
In moderate concentrations, urea is a membrane stabilizer [42, 43], has antioxidative properties [44], and protects macromolecules from hypersalinity damage [45].
Hypersalinity (salinity, 55) had a detrimental effect on performance outcomes; however, performance outcomes at salinities of 15 and 35 were comparable.
of extreme hypersalinity. All of the known mudskipper sites (Kuwait and