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Salton Sea

Photo: Melissa Biggs, Beach (Used with permission)

Spotlight on the Salton Sea

Wikipedia: The Salton Sea is a shallow, landlocked body of water that has a high concentration of salts in Riverside and Imperial counties, on the San Andreas Fault at the southern end of the U.S. state of California. It lies within the Salton Trough that stretches to the Gulf of California in Mexico.

Google Maps
goo.gl/maps/RzhogaqwKDbXBku37

Headlines
How to save the Salton Sea: Proposal to import seawater across California desert is biggest since Hoover Dam

Elsewhere
pacinst.org/salton-sea@PacificInstitut

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Elsewhere on the Web
Salton Sea – Melissa Biggs/Flickr
Salton Sea Management Project
Salton Sea Unit
The Salton Sea Authority
Salton Sea Community Outreach, Education and Engagement Program
Salton Sea
Salton Basin overview

Red Hill Bay
water.ca.gov

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