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saltworks

[′sȯlt‚wərks]
(engineering)
A building or group of buildings where salt is produced commercially, as by extraction from sea water or from the brine of salt springs. Also known as salina; saltern.
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A flow-on effect has been the artificial inoculation of cysts in saltworks in Brazil, Vietnam and other countries, and also the search for alternative brine shrimp strains and species to culture (Lavens & Sorgeloos, 2000).
The Guerrero Negro saltworks are adjacent to Ojo de Liebre Lagoon, encompassing 33,000 ha of artificial wetlands.
Coming across a saltwork in the setting of the inland landscape, often in a steep narrow valley, is an unexpected and unusual experience.
We are thrilled to introduce our new product offerings to retail, grocery and bulk ingredient customers during the Fancy Food Show this June," said Mark Zoske, CEO of SaltWorks.
The goal for Atlantic Saltworks is to centralize cooking and packaging operations in one exclusive location, with Gloucester as the women's primary choice.
Although his study is focused on the saltworks in La Salina, Rosenthal frequently compares the political, economic, and social impact of salt producing activities in La Salina with similar salt producing activities in other areas of Colombia.
Equally laudable is a breakthrough by Saltworks Technologies co-founders Joshua Zoshi and Ben Sparrow, who have engineered a deceptively clever new method of desalination, as described in the feature "Salt-lution.
8m will be provided to Saltworks Technologies Inc and General Fusion, respectively.
His epigrams carry the expected trapping of Greek gods and Roman heroes, rendered in a style that is generally chaste and restrained, occasionally elliptical, with an eye for natural detail but also with a pronounced interest in the human world of saltworks, dairying, and innkeeping.
Gandhi's Salt March, like his other satyagrahas, was strategically integrated with a series of other protests and agitations that disrupted or completely shut down British-controlled saltworks, mills, and shops.
Last August, 30 youths were spotted shining laser pens into the cockpits of planes going into Liverpool's John Lennon Airport in the Saltworks area of Frodsham.
Saltholme, which reclaimed former brinefield, saltworks and clay extraction land, cost pounds 7m, with pounds 2.