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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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The saltworks included 18 concentration ponds with salinities of 35-250%, but only the 12 ponds with lower salinity were used by birds (Carmona and Danemann, 1998).
Annie's correspondence describes her efforts to legally secure the saltworks for her son's inheritance.
Joe, Florida, visitors can stay in a cabin on the site of the Old Civil War Saltworks, while Dauphin Island, off Alabama's coast, is a first-class birding destination that serves as a resting point to migrating orioles, thrashes, warblers, and painted buntings every year.
Architecturaly Franche-Comte is not left short with the stunning Medievel castle at Montbeliard open almost every day of the year, the 17th century citadel that stands impossing over the region's capital Besancon, which also houses a small museum and zoo, and the remarkable World Heritage Site of the royal saltworks at Arc et Senans.
Mexican President Ernest Zedillo announced in March that plans for a 116-square-mile saltworks, to be located in the heart of the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, a United Nations World Heritage Site in Baja, Mexico, would be canceled.
of Japan said Thursday they were canceling a joint saltworks project adjacent to San Ignacio Lagoon because of its possible environmental impact.
According to the directory, the saltworks had annual sales of 17.
The whales and their environment are going to suffer disastrous effects if this saltworks factory is built," says Jacob Scheft, director of the international program for the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Some 2500 Gandhi volunteers gathered to raid a saltworks.
to build a saltworks within a protected whale sanctuary in Mexico is growing, and the issue has been tabled for debate at the ongoing World Heritage Committee (WHC) meeting in Kyoto, civic groups said Monday.
While a number of the major wetlands in these regions are Ramsar-listed, there are many notable exceptions, including the south-east corner of the Gulf of Carpentaria, Port Hedland Saltworks, Clinton Conservation Park in St Vincents Gulf, and the north of Spencer Gulf.
We are improving the saltworks and could export table salt and other by-products soon.