Geolimnology of salt lakes

@article{Last2002GeolimnologyOS,
  title={Geolimnology of salt lakes},
  author={William M. Last},
  journal={Geosciences Journal},
  year={2002},
  volume={6},
  pages={347-369}
}
Salt lakes are an important feature of the landscape of many regions of the world. Despite their elevated salinities, saline lakes serve a variety of uses and form the cornerstone of multimillion-dollar minerals industries. Scientific investigation of saline lacustrine environments in many parts of the world, extends back over 100 years, although segmented disciplinary research contributed to generally slow progress in our understanding of salt lakes throughout most of the 20th century. Only… CONTINUE READING

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