Natural waters in North Dakota have been arbitrarily defined in this report as saline or fresh; water containing more than 1,000 ppm (parts per million) of dissolved solids or having a specific conductance greater than 1,400 micromhos per centimeter at 25°C is considered to be saline. A large proportion of the available water supply of North Dakota is saline.
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