Salton Sea

NOUN
  1. a saltwater lake in southeastern California
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  • The New River, a formerly dry barranca now pouring Colorado River water into the Salton Sea, soon became unfordable by conventional means. Colossus
  • During the 1950s a new generation of land speculators sought to create a recreational wonderland at Salton Sea for wandering Los Angelenos and Vegas Rat Packers.
  • The shortfin corvina was introduced into the Salton Sea in southern California.
  • In 2004, scientists estimated that the Salton Sea contains 25 per cent more salinity than the ocean.
  • The valley extends from the Salton Sea on the north to the Mexican border on the south.
  • This was mostly done over or near the north end of the Salton Sea.
  • At first glance, the Salton Sea appears like a glistening mirage in the California desert - a shimmering landscape of reflected sky and sand.
  • So we pay money to pump water out of the Sea of Cortez, but then somehow have this generate electricity that pays for desalinization to then pump the water back out of the Salton Sea for irrigation. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Next They Will Be Campaigning to Save the Oil Residue on Alaskan Beaches
  • The Salton Sea, a landlocked mass of salt water in the southern Californian desert, was created in 1905 when torrential rainfalls swelled the banks of the Colorado River until it flooded the Imperial Valley.
  • Since its relish in the middle of the keyword flyway, the Salton Sea [...] We Blog A Lot
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