soda lake


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soda lake

n
(Geological Science) a salt lake that has a high content of sodium salts, esp chlorides and sulphates
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6, Big Soda Lake, Bear Creek Lake Park, Lakewood, Colo.
will sell its 15-megawatt Soda Lake geothermal facility in Fallon, Nev.
International Resource News-January 9, 2015--Alterra Power sells 15 MW (eight MW net) Soda Lake geothermal facility
Anupama and associates in 2012 has worked on Bacillus licheniformis KBDL4 producing protease from Lonar soda lake in India and the results of this study showed that the enzymatic activity was the bacteria at 60 [degrees] C and pH: 10 the highly valued was enzyme alkaline protease and compared with the results of this study, enzyme activity was favorable [12].
It is a mystery where they and their animals drink, as the local Lake Natron is a soda lake, and only flamingoes like to drink from a soda lake, I am told.
Found in soda lake communities, such as Wadi Natrun in Egypt, these are spore-forming bacteria tolerant of very alkaline environments.
First stop was Lake Manyara Park, a rift valley soda lake with a shoreline outlined in pink by flocks of lesser flamingo, the land rising up to thickly wooded mountains.
His minimalistic piece Soda Lake (in the Underground Gallery) came as a direct result.
Al Ordway died of a heart attack on September 29, 2007, while digging rocks at Soda Lake near Taft, California.
LAKE Nakuru is a shallow soda lake teeming at times with rich algae that not only attracts flamingos but many other species.
Thirty thousand flamingos lifting off a soda lake in northern Tanzania.