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salt lake

n
(Physical Geography) an inland lake of high salinity resulting from inland drainage in an arid area of high evaporation

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n.
a body of water having no outlet to the sea and containing in solution a high concentration of salts.
[1755–65]
Translations

salt lake

nlago salato
References in classic literature ?
He may even now--if I may use the phrase--be wandering on some plesiosaurus-haunted Oolitic coral reef, or beside the lonely saline lakes of the Triassic Age.
2] and 2 ml filtered saline lake water as the trace element.
Limnological studies of Amarga Lagoon, Chile: a saline lake in Patagonian South America.
Jahlar lake is a small brackish to saline lake of 17 ha, situated 10 km southeast of Uchali lake and 10 km southwest of Naushera town, between 32 29 N latitude and 72 07 E longitude.
Bahadori further said that global movement to save the world's second largest saline lake will be very promising and fruitful.
Up until the third quarter of the 20th century it was the world's fourth largest saline lake, and contained 10grams of salt per liter.
SVM method which are a new procedure in water resources are applied to the yearly level data of Urmia Lake that is the biggest and the hyper saline lake in Iran.
Boats moored along the shore of Lac Rose northeast of Dakar help workers transport salt from the highly saline lake to market.
The Banado Carilauquen is one of the major components of the endorheic wetland system denominated Laguna Llancanelo, a saline lake located in the south of Mendoza Province, midwestern Argentina.
The Dead Sea (Sea of Salt in Hebrew), the lowest saline lake on earth, contains high concentrations of salts and is a reservoir of minerals with a unique evaporation regime.
It's the location of the world's most saline lake outside Antarctica