soda lake


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soda lake

[′sōd·ə ‚lāk]
(hydrology)
An alkali lake rich in dissolved sodium salts, especially sodium carbonate, sodium chloride, and sodium sulfate. Also known as natron lake.
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Furthermore, Alterra will maintain solar development rights at the Soda Lake facility site for solar projects of up to 40 MW total for up to eight years.
TSX: AXY), a renewable energy company, is selling its 15 MW (eight MW net) Soda Lake geothermal facility located in Fallon, Nevada to an affiliate of Cyrq Energy.
Alkaline protease production, extraction and characterization from alkalophilicBacillus licheniformis KBDL4:A Lonar Soda lake isolate.
The same soda lake on the Tanzania-Kenya frontier bordered on the traditional homelands of Maasai people who have been dealing with human-wildlife conflicts and land ownership issues.
Or leave I-5 at State 166 (21 miles south of Bakersfield) and drive west 32 miles to Soda Lake Road, at Reyes Station at the plain's south end.
Canada based renewable energy firm, Alterra Power, has signed agreement to sell its 15 MW Soda Lake geothermal facility in Fallon, Nevada, to an affiliate of Cyrq Energy in a deal worth US$8.
Lachrymae seemed long-winded to me, as did Soda Lake - where the setting was sculptural - two pieces of black metal, a baseball ring and a cigar container hanging in a dim light.
The show also includes the revival of Lachrymae, a set of elegiac duets to Britten's hauntingly beautiful variations for viola and string orchestra, and Alston's classic solo of 1981 Soda Lake, inspired by the hovering stillness of the Nevada desert.
This soda lake is home to millions of flamingos, but recently numbers have plummeted and researchers are trying to find out why.