hypersaline

Having a salinity greater than that of sea water.

hypersaline

adj. Extremely salty, having much more salt than normal seawater.
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hypersaline

adj. Extremely salty, having much more salt than normal seawater.
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hypersaline

extremely salty; very high concentration of dissolved salts.
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hypersaline

Marked by increased salt in a saline solution. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Hypersaline

referring to water with a salinity higher than that of natural seawater.
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Hypersaline

saltiness or dissolved salt content of a body of water.
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hypersaline

Term to characterize waters with salinity greater than 40
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hypersaline

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′pĕr-sā′lēn, -sā′līn Definitions: 1. Marked by increased salt concentrations in a saline solution.
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