salt plain

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a flat expanse of salt left by the evaporation of a body of salt water


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Nestled between the peaks of the Andes Mountains in the South American countries of Chile, Argentina, and Bolivia are vast expanses of desolate salt plains called salars.
Puerto Rico boasts six different ecosystems, from dry forests to rainforests, coastal plains, caves, caverns, wetlands, mangrove forests, salt plains and coral reefs.
Salt plains, lunar landscapes, kalut rock formations and star dunes were explored
As tumbleweed drifts across the vast salt plains in the shadow of the Andes, Chris seems a bit surprised to find himself mostly alone on his travels.
Mitsubishi Motor Corporation will support the TMR Australia Outlander PHEV Safari entry by sending three plug-in hybrid specialist engineers to Western Australia for technical assistance during the gruelling seven day event, which will cover more than 2,500 competitive kilometres through sand, salt plains, dry river beds and rugged desert tracks.
Second prize, of PS750, went to Catherine Ross, 22, from Westhill, whose striking painting of salt plains in Nevada met with immediate appreciation from the judges.
It owns 40 crude oil transports, 13 truck injection stations and some 215 miles (346 km) of crude oil pipelines, including the Great Salt Plains Pipeline that runs from Cherokee to Cushing, Oklahoma.
Niska owns and operates three gas storage facilities: the AECO HubTM in Alberta, Canada, the Wild Goose in California and Salt Plains in Oklahoma.
The natural reserve will stretch for 8km and will encompass the top of the Hajar mountains, down through the forests, to the salt plains with mangrove trees, and down to the shore, said Abdullah Saif Al Yamahi, chairman of the Kalba Municipal Council.
However, proof of this natural process can be seen at the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge, just 40 miles north and east of Mooreland and the ponds we hunted.
Because mobility of chicks limit effectiveness of mark-recapture techniques to islands or other similarly restricted habitat, this sampling method is unrealistic for colonies located on open flats such as Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge (Koenen et al.
The video opens with a slow tracking shot moving from left to right about eighteen inches above the stark, flat salt plains, a landscape of white crystals extending to the horizon, appearing not unlike an arctic ice field.
Brown insists he can hardly wait to tackle massive salt plains and deep sand dunes to help raise cash for the Leukaemia Centre Project at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Many have attempted to define the characteristics of a desert, and while it's broadly agreed that they are areas of and land with scant vegetation, it's easy to understand the confusion when faced with the juxtaposition of the burning reds and golds of the Namib with the bright white salt plains of Bolivia.
Army Corps of Engineers impounded the Salt Fork of the Arkansas River creating the Great Salt Plains Reservoir.