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July 24, 2010 [We realised water skiiers were] stuffed because we ain't got no water'' ... James von Drehnen on the proposed water park site that could double as Moree's artesian hot springs evaporation pond. Photo: Edwina Pickles In the far north of
Michael Melford/Getty Images/National Geographic In a plastic-lined hole in a spit of sand stretching out into the Dead Sea, something is growing in the water . Floating on top of the greenish pool a mixture of 70% water from the Dead Sea and 30%
Swarms of persistent gnats and brine flies attract migratory waterfowl to these salt-lined shores, but any other living creatures here are finding it a harsh, inhospitable place. Even hardy beasts find life hard on this island in America's Dead Sea
My local supermarket carries a dizzying variety of salt: "hand-harvested" sea salts, kosher salt, plain-old table salt, etc. Are any of these salts more eco-friendly than the others? Gourmands and health nuts love debating the advantages of various
Scientists say the project is a key step in the effort to restore 15,100 acres of former salt evaporation ponds that the federal and state government purchased from Cargill Salt in 2003 back to tidal marshes for fish, birds and other wildlife. "