Synonyms for aquatic or Related words with aquatic

aquaculture              freshwater              aquarium              marine              ecological              plankton              earthworms              benthic              ecology              algae              habitat              wildlife              underwater              fishes              saltwater              zooplankton              phytoplankton              ecosystems              shellfish              aquacultured              rearing              crustacean              macroinvertebrates              shellfishes              fauna              invertebrates              mussels              animalshumans              aquariums              planktons              vegetation              bivalves              rotifers              crustaceans              aerobic              macroorganisms              wetland              ecosystem              carnivorous              algal              mycospheres              poultry              appenroth              invertebrate              composting              biota              pond              waterfowl              ponds              eutrophic             

Examples of "aquatic"
Assembling Aquatic Performance Platforms on Boomer Boards - focuses on constructing a swimmer's aquatic chassis. This core framework or working platform contains our aquatic suspension system. Swimmers use this unitized suspension system as a stabilizing tool when managing aquatic environmental forces.
Swimming Tasmania is the governing body for swimming in Tasmania. The Hobart Aquatic Centre has hosted significant championships including the Australian Swimming Championships. Other significant aquatic facilities include: Clarence Aquatic Centre and Launceston Aquatic.
Aquatic-terrestrial subsidies are a type of ecological resource subsidy in which materials, energy, and nutrients are transferred from aquatic to terrestrial ecosystems. Aquatic-terrestrial subsidies are typically caused by organism movement across the aquatic-terrestrial boundary. For example, emerging aquatic insects develop in streams and lakes before emerging as winged terrestrial adults. After emerging, many adult aquatic insects are eaten by terrestrial animals like spiders, birds, bats, and lizards. Because the adult aquatic insects are produced in a different ecosystem than their predators (aquatic versus terrestrial), movement of aquatic insects to terrestrial food webs is termed a subsidy.
Terrestrial prey includes grasshoppers, ants, leafhoppers, scuds, earthworms, and nematodes. Aquatic prey includes aquatic insect larvae, such as caddisfly larvae, small aquatic beetles, and clams.
Hydrobiologia: The International Journal of Aquatic Sciences is a scientific journal specialising in hydrobiology, including limnology and oceanography, systematics of aquatic organisms and aquatic ecology.
An aquatic weed harvester, also known as a water mower, mowing boat and weed cutting boat, is an aquatic machine specifically designed for inland watercourse management to cut and harvest underwater weeds, reeds and other aquatic plant life. The action of removing aquatic plant life in such a manner has been referred to as "aquatic harvesting".
The Starhead feeds on terrestrial and aquatic insects, crustaceans, mollusks and aquatic vegetation.
Wild ducks are attracted by several aquatic and semi-aquatic plants, among the most important being:
9 aquatic Ponds containing aquatic plants like 1) Lotus 2) Lilies etc. are seen here
Aquatic respiration is the process whereby an aquatic animal obtains oxygen from water.
All cells are aquatic. All organisms are composed of cells. Therefore, all organisms are aquatic.
The larvae are aquatic and feed on various aquatic plants, including "vallisneria", "Potamogeton" and "Nuphar" species.
The Washington state government has adapted the federal government's Marine Protected Area (MPA) system into designated Aquatic Reserves, defined as "aquatic lands of special educational or scientific interest or lands of special environmental importance that are threatened by degradation". Aquatic Reserves are meant to serve as aquatic versions of national parks or sanctuaries. Through the Aquatic Reserve Program, the DNR hopes to control these areas in an effort to restore, preserve or enhance habitats and species that directly tie into the aquatic ecosystem. The first Aquatic Reserve created under the program was at Maury Island in November 2004. Further candidate sites under review include Cherry Point, Fidalgo Bay and Cypress Island.
Marine reptiles are reptiles which have become secondarily adapted for an aquatic or semi-aquatic life in a marine environment.
Meadowbank Water Ski Club, Northern Aquatic Club, Roseberry Ski Club, Kentish Aquatic Club and the Horsehead Water Ski Club.
On October 2015 the Hobart Aquatic Center was renamed in her honour as the Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Center.
If aquatic species are the target species the use of an aquatic funnel trap can be used.
Aquatic Toxicology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that was established in 1981. It covers toxicological research in aquatic environments.
These birds dive and swim underwater. They mainly eat seeds and roots of aquatic plants, aquatic insects and crustaceans.
The DVE Aquatic Club operates out of Watermarc, a new state-of-the-art aquatic and leisure centre.