Estuaries By: carter miller and kyle root


An estuary is an area were freshwater meets seawater

Estuaries can be found all along the coast each day when the tide is rising, the saltwater is brought into the estuary. Freshwater comes down the rivers and creeks and mixs with the salt water.


(pickle weed)

To adapt to the plants can store the salt in special compartments called vacuoles.


Created with images by NH53 - "Douro Estuary" • Unsplash - "satellite image coast coastline" • skeeze - "new york city manhattan island" • sfbaywalk - "Pickle Weed"

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