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The Temporary Rebirth of Lake Eyre

By Martin W. Lewis | April 26, 2010 | 2 Comments

As the Southern Aral Sea dies, another massive lake on the opposite side of the world is being reborn, although its life expectancy is not long. When full, South Australia’s Lake Eyre is about the size of Cyprus. More often, Lake Eyre is a giant salt-flat pocked with briny pools. But Ayer’s drainage area is

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