Some articles on turbid:

Gulf Of Martaban
... During spring tide, when the tidal range is around 6.6 m, the turbid zone covers an area of more than 45,000 km2 making it one of the largest perennially turbid zones of ... During neap tide, with tidal range of 2.98 m, the highly turbid zone coverage drops to 15,000 km2 ... The edge of the highly turbid zone migrates back-and-forth in-sync with every tidal cycle by nearly 150 km ...
Giant Trevally - Habitat
... In these estuaries, the giant trevally is known from both highly turbid, dirty water to clean, high visibility waters, but in most cases, the species ... Younger fish apparently actively seek out these turbid waters, and when no estuaries are present, they live in the turbid inshore waters of bays and beaches ...
Solar Water Disinfection - Applications
... In fact, if the water is highly turbid, SODIS cannot be used alone additional filtering is then necessary ... When the water is highly turbid, SODIS cannot be used alone additional filtering or flocculation is then necessary to clarify the water prior to SODIS treatment ...
Frederic H. Balfour - Sinology
... Now this Principle includes the pure and the turbid the active and the motionless ... For instance, Heaven is pure, and Earth turbid Heaven moves, and the Earth is still ... The Masculine is pure, the feminine turbid the Masculine is active and the Feminine at rest ...
Small Intestine (TCM)
... The small intestine governs the separation of the clear from the turbid ... The turbid is sent downwards to the large intestine, while the useless water is infused to the bladder ... failure to separate the clear from the turbid dirt the digesting process, manifesting stool and urinary disturbance, such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, scanty urine, etc ...

Famous quotes containing the word turbid:

    Sophocles long ago
    Heard it on the Aegaean, and it brought
    Into his mind the turbid ebb and flow
    Of human misery; we
    Find also in the sound a thought,
    Hearing it by this distant northern sea.
    Matthew Arnold (1822–1888)