Eau saumâtre

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Le terme "eau saumâtre" désigne l'eau qui a un taux de salinité plus important que l'eau douce, mais plus faible que l'eau de mer. L'eau saumâtre résulte généralement d'un mélange de l'eau de mer à l'eau douce, comme dans les estuaires.