salt flat

NOUN
  1. a flat expanse of salt left by the evaporation of a body of salt water
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How To Use salt flat In A Sentence

  • the salt flats of Utah
  • This salt flat in Bolivia, the landlocked heart of South America, is a harsh and eerie landscape, perhaps the closest thing nature has to a void.
  • The salt flats are not unused to record breaking attempts.
  • Stretching west and south of the Great Salt Lake, the Bonneville Salt Flats are known for their parched, blinding summertime dazzle.
  • Some of the vegetation that has adapted to high concentrations of salt in the soil constitutes halophyte communities, which are found especially in areas close to the salt flats. Central Andean dry puna
  • We can see salt flats and shallow pools of sulphuric acid.
  • Samphire, a sparse low chenopod shrubland, occurs on tidal salt flats, typically of fine clay, between mangroves and the supratidal fringe. Kakadu National Park, Australia
  • The salt flats are used for motor racing.
  • I am being accommodated in a more queenly fashion: in an Airstream caravan in the middle of the salt flats. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is a startlingly brutal place where boiling geysers burst through mountain plains caked in salt, and jagged red rocks give way to massive sand dunes and desolate open salt flats.
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