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Is the water in the Sacramento salt water or fresh water? - Answers.com

por Genie Floyd (2019-09-13)


There was salt water but they have replaced it with fresh water.

Difference between fresh and salt water?
1.salt water has salt in it while fresh water does not. 2.fresh water is drinkable while salt water is not. 3.fresh water is less denser than salt water.

Dose a swimmer float better in fresh salt water or non fresh salt water?
on fresh salt water

What are 2 differences between salt water and fresh water?
there is salt in salt water and little salt in fresh water

What is salt water and fresh water?
Salt water is water that has salt in it and it is found in oceans. Fresh water does not have salt and is found in rivers and lakes.

Does Peru have fresh water or salt water?
Peru has both Fresh and Salt water. Salt Water in the ocean and Fresh in lakes, streams, and on the mountains.

What are the differences between salt water and fresh water?
the difference between salt water and fresh water is that salt water is from the ocean and fresh water is water that hasn't gotten to the ocean and so the water is clean, And you can only drink fresh water not salt water

Salt water and fresh water differences?
Salt water is basically just fresh water with salt mixed in.

What includes fresh and salt water?
Salt water contain salt, fresh water is practically pure.

How is fresh water different from ocean water?
Salt water has salt water in it and is bad for you, fresh water has no salt water in it and is good for you.

What is fresh water and 바우젠 전해수기 salt water mix called?
fresh water that is mixed with salt water

Can fresh water float on salt water?
no fresh water will become mixed with the salt water

Are crocs fresh or salt water?
There are both salt water and fresh water crocs.

Is wetland fresh or salt water?
mostly fresh water but some salt water

How is fresh water different from salt water?
Fresh water contains no sign of salt, while on the other hand salt water contains salt

Do hermit crabs live in fresh or salt water?
salt water and fresh

Will a ball float higher in salt or fresh water?
Salt water is more buoyant than fresh water is, because salt water is slightly more dense. -- Anything that floats in salt water will float higher than it does in fresh water. -- Anything that sinks in salt water will sink slower than it does in fresh water. -- Anything that just barely floats in salt water may possibly sink in fresh water.

What is the difference between fresh water and salt water?
Fresh water is not salty. Salt water is salty.

Is there more salt water or fresh water on earth?
Salt water is more than fresh water.

Difference between fresh water and marine water?
fresh water has no salt and marine water has salt

Is fresh water colder than salt water?
Salt water is colder than the fresh water.

How do you mix fresh water to make salt water?
just add salt to fresh water

Does fresh water float on salt water?
Yes. Salt water is denser than fresh water, therefore, it sinks and fresh water floats.

Is the ice on antarctica salt water and fresh water?
If you are wanting to know if the water consists of both salt water and fresh water, then no. It is chiefly fresh water.

Do clams live better in salt water or fresh water?
Fresh water clams have to live in fresh water. Salt water clams have to live in salt water. Most clams are of the saltwater type.

Does salt water float over fresh water?
Salt water is denser than fresh water so therefore the salt water would sink and the fresh water would float on top.

What is it easier to float in salt water than fresh water?
Because salt water is denser. If you pour salt water and fresh water [one with food coloring] into a glass, the salt water will sink below the fresh water. You are only a bit denser than salt water.

What can you do with salt water and fresh water?
Salt water: swim in it make an salt water aquarium Fresh watter: drink it put in in an aquarium

What type of water rusts metals faster salt water or fresh water?
it is salt water because there is more oxagan in salt water then fresh water

How much salt in fresh water?
There is no salt in fresh water that is only salt water hint "fresh water" lol =] Actually that answer above is wrong. There's like .25% or something

Is river and ocean fresh water or salt water?
river is fresh water because it has no salt in it. ocean is salt water because of its salt content. hope this helps

What are fresh water fish?
fresh water fish are fish that live in fresh water fresh water is what you would get out of the tap at home as aposed to salt water witch contains salt

If you float in salt water what will you do in fresh water?
If you just barely float in salt water, you will sink in fresh water.

How does ocean water compares with fresh water?
there is a higher concentrate of salt in salt water than in fresh water

What is the difference between a salt water crab and a fresh water crab?
The fresh water crab lives in fresh water, water without salt. Salt water crab has gills that process the salt away. And those stay in salt water places like hmm oceans

Do goldfish live in fresh water or salt water?
Fresh Water. Fresh water.

Why does salt water make stuff float than fresh water?
Salt water has a greater density than fresh water. So the same object will foat higher in salt water than in fresh, and some things will foat in salt water that are too dense to float in fresh water.

Why fresh water is important for human life than salt water?
Fresh water is fresh and has not add-ons, where as salt water has salt in it and it costs way more $$ than just purifying the water.

Why does egg sink in fresh water but in salt water it floats?
Salt water is denser than fresh.

Why do fresh eggs float in salt water?
Fresh eggs float in salt water because the density of salt water is more than the density of the egg. But fresh eggs do not float in fresh water because the density of water is less than that of the egg. Salt increases the density of water.

What is the salt water to fresh water ratio?
The ratio of salt water to fresh water on the Earth is approximately 40 to 1. The oceans are comprised of salt water.

What is the difference between the densities of fresh water and salt water?
Salt water is denser than fresh water. Thus, it is easier to float in salt water.

Why will an egg sink in tap water?
It can float with salt in the water. If it is not fresh but spoiled and there is no salt in water, it can float. If it is fresh with no salt in water, it can't float.

Can a manatee survive in fresh water and salt water?
The manatee can live in salt or fresh water. But if the manatee is in salt water too long it needs to find salt water to drink

Are both fresh water and salt water natural?
Both fresh water and salt water occur in nature, so both are natural. Note, however, that fish that live in fresh water generally cannot survive in salt water and fish that live in salt water generally cannot survive in fresh water.

Are swaps fresh water or salt water?
They are fresh water.

What percentage of Earth's water is salt water and fresh water?
About 97.5% of water on Earth is salt water and 2.5% fresh water. Of the 2.5% fresh water, 1.75% is frozen, but we're working on that. 97% salt water in the earths sea only 2.5% is fresh water in the seas

Why do ships sink more in fresh water than in salt water in respect to?
Salt water is more dense than fresh water. So when you're in salt water you float more than when you are in fresh water

How can icebergs be used as fresh water?
salt water freezes at a lower temperature than fresh water so the fresh water gets frozen and not the salt water

Does salt and fresh mix?
It is quite easy to mix salt water and fresh water, which produces a more dilute form of salt water.

Is it eaiser to float in salt water than fresh water?
It is easier to float in salt water than in fresh water.

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