brine spring


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brine spring

[′brīn ‚spriŋ]
(hydrology)
A salt-water spring.
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According to informants, salt licks are not as salty as brine springs and yield little, if any, crystal salt.
The process involved evaporating seawater or water from natural brine springs or underground brine lakes by laying the raw material over a heat source.