Recent chemical analyses of waters from several closed-basin lakes and their tributaries in the western United States
Some of the classic closed-basin lakes of the western United States have been resampled, and the waters have been analyzed by modern wet-chemical methods. Included are waters from Borax and Little Borax lakes and Mono Lake in California; Big Soda, Pyramid, and Walker Lakes in Nevada; Abert Lake, Oregon; and Great Salt Lake, Utah. Tributary streams and springs have also been sampled and are reported upon. © 1961, The Geological Society of America, Inc.
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