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Brackish water is the term used to describe bodies of water that, unlike freshwater, have some salinity, but do not have as much as seawater. It most often occurs in areas where seawater and freshwater are combined, although it can also be found in brackish fossil aquifers.

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Victor Olerskiy - Brackish Water

  1. 1. YATCHING Baltic Sea VICTOR OLERSKIY Member of the Board of Directors at Russian Fishery LLC
  2. 2. Victor Olerskiy Brackish water is the term used to describe bodies of water that, unlike freshwater, have some salinity, but do not have as much as seawater. It most often occurs in areas where seawater and freshwater are com- bined, although it can also be found in brackish fossil aquifers. Brackish Water
  3. 3. Victor Olerskiy Environmental Management Most terrestrial species of plant find brackish water to be hostile to growth. This means that prop- er management of brackish water is required. Fish and animal fauna can be diverse in large areas of brackish water. Estuaries The most common areas of brack- ish water in the world are where seas and rivers meet, known as estuaries. This results in a natural mixing of seawater and freshwater. Seas and Lakes There are several seas and lakes in the world that are brackish, in- cluding the inland Caspian Sea and the Baltic Sea. The Caspian Sea is home to great sturgeons and the Caspian seal, one of the only non-marine seal species in the world. The Baltic Sea has lim- ited mixing, resulting in different species of fish living at different depths. Yachting and boating are popular pastimes on the Baltic Sea.
  4. 4. Victor Olerskiy You can learn more about this by visiting the blog of Victor Olerskiy.

Brackish water is the term used to describe bodies of water that, unlike freshwater, have some salinity, but do not have as much as seawater. It most often occurs in areas where seawater and freshwater are combined, although it can also be found in brackish fossil aquifers.

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