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Great Salt Lake water withdrawals for use in mineral extraction evaporation ponds. This data is part of a study "The Salinity of the Great Salt Lake and its Deep Brine Layer." This study analyzes the lake’s historical salinity and level data record. Its purpose is to better understand the movement and changes of salt in time and space within the lake and evaluate the occurrence and extent of the deep brine layer. Mineral extraction water withdrawals contribute to changes in the salinity of the lake.
|This resource is described by||Merck, M. F. and D. G. Tarboton, (2023), "The Salinity of the Great Salt Lake and Its Deep Brine Layer," Water, 15(8), http://doi.org/10.3390/w15081488|
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|Collection of Great Salt Lake Data||David Tarboton||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
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|Utah Water Research Laboratory|
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