• Popular Science | 2/4/2019 | Staff
    Road salt isn’t as pure as what you use on your food; it has a brownish gray color, mostly due to mineral contamination. Subjecting the environment to this salt via runoff can have some unintended...
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  • phys.org | 2/4/2019 | Staff
    A flexible, lightweight and robust salinity sensor that can be attached to aquatic animals for long-term monitoring of their habitat has been developed by a multidisciplinary team at KAUST.
    365 views k.collazi
  • WIRED | 11/15/2018 | Michael Hardy
    In the early 20th century, settlers in the state of Western Australia began clearing the native vegetation from vast swaths of land in order to plant oats, barley, and wheat, the last of which gave...
    283 views Lord
  • Zero Hedge | 10/15/2018 | Staff
    Roughly three years ago, after traversing between Los Angeles and San Francisco via the expansive San Joaquin Valley, we penned the article, Salting the Economy to Death.
    238 views shardonay
  • phys.org | 10/8/2018 | Staff
    Salt is essential for life. As ancient civilizations evolved from hunters and gatherers to agrarian societies, it has not been clear how people acquired this mineral that is a biological necessity.
    572 views penaert

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