An estuary  is a partly enclosed coastal body of brackish water with one or more rivers or streams flowing into it, and with a free connection to the open sea.
The 7,210 yard, par-72 course is situated on a two-mile peninsula bordered by the Sea of Cortez, a tidal estuary and an inlet to the south.
The Hudson River is not just a river, it is a tidal estuary, an arm of the sea where salty seawater meets fresh water running off the land
SECTION 1 . Estuaries. An estuary is a semi-enclosed coastal body of water with a free connection to the open sea and within which sea water is diluted by fresh water.
The Tideway is a name given to the part of the River Thames in England that is subject to tides. This stretch of water is downstream from Teddington Lock and is in ...
These estuaries occur where massive freshwater systems, such as the Great Lakes in the United States, are diluted by river or stream waters draining from adjacent lands.
PART I: What is an estuary? Introduction to Estuaries. In most coastal communities, the local "estuary" is called by another name: San Francisco Bay, ...
estuary (ĕs`cho͝oĕr'ē), partially enclosed coastal body of water, having an open connection with the ocean, where freshwater from inland is mixed with saltwater ...
eps.berkeley.edu/people/lunaleopold/(082) Hydraulic Geometry of a...
Hydraulic Geometry of a Sxnall Tidal Estuary .UNA B. LEOPOLD PI-IYSIOGRAPHIC AND HYDRAULIC STUDIES OF RIVERS By ROBERT M. MYRICK and G E 0 L 0 G I CA L S U R V E Y ...
The Delaware River estuary is the tidal portion of the Delaware River and Bay, which stretches from Trenton, New Jersey south to Cape May, New Jersey, and Cape ...