There is no horohalinicum

@article{Deaton1986ThereIN,
  title={There is no horohalinicum},
  author={L. Deaton and M. Greenberg},
  journal={Estuaries},
  year={1986},
  volume={9},
  pages={20-30}
}
Species abundance declines to a minimum (the Artenminimum) between 5 and 8‰, not only in estuaries, but in all bodies of brackish water. Khlebovich (1968) examined published hydrochemical data for estuaries and concluded that sharp changes in the ionic composition of seawater diluted with fresh water occur at salinities below 5 to 8‰. He further argued that these ionic changes constitute a physico-chemical barrier between marine and freshwater faunas. Kinne (1971) gave the name “horohalinicum… Expand
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