salt field

salt field

[′sȯlt ‚fēld]
(geology)
An area overlying a usually workable salt deposit of economic value.
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2 while also incorporating a new site, a salt field wetland, and a historic housing complex adjacent to the existing area.
The family has kept its salt field in Bohol but its production capacity is too low to be considered commercially feasible.
1 billion solar farm being built on a salt field in Okayama, both west of Osaka.
The enterprise will work on the basis of the Garlyk potash salt field.
While scouting locations for Tunick's photo shoot in 2011, Fruchter had noticed a small salt field run by a Palestinian family.
His other artwork, a painting, sees Gandhi walking across a salt field with a broken flyover in the background.
Remains of the birds were found near a salt field in Leting County on Thursday after a bird protection volunteer discovered a body of an oriental white stork.
For the more active family, take a trip to The Salinas, the 2,000-year-old salt field, which is still in use today.
The photos range from the beginning years of photography to the first years of the 21st century and document such varied scenes as gondoliers in Venice, Tokyo commuters, Afghan warehouse workers, elephant meat canners in South Africa, Ukrainian salt field workers, young girls working in the cotton mills of early 20th century Georgia, and Iranian clerics studying at a computer school.
Currently the company plans to expand its salt field to increase its production.
Given the green light by the local government, the plant merged a salt field, a port and a chemical plant to form a large enterprise group this year.
The company has seen sales steadily rise since its first shipment of 19,084 t from the Dampier salt field in April 1972.