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By Nina Gunde-Cimerman (Editor), Aharon Oren (Editor), Ana Plemenitas (Editor)

ISBN-10: 1402036329

ISBN-13: 9781402036323

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2. Chemical and Physical Properties of the Dead Sea The Dead Sea is a terminal desert lake. Its water level is the lowest exposed surface on Earth and is currently 417 m below sea level. At its deepest place, the lake is over 300 meters deep. Its main source of water input was the river Jordan. With a total dissolved salt content of about 342 g l-1, the Dead Sea is one of the most hypersaline environments on Earth. The unique ionic composition of its waters is dominated by divalent cations. 21 M K+.

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