Where is the only other inland salt water lake besides the great salt lake?
The Salton Sea, in southern California.
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A sea is a large body of salt water that is partially landlocked and partially connected with the ocean. The Great Salt Lake is completely landlocked; therefore, it is a lake,… not a sea.
The Caspian Sea is not only the world's largest salt water lake, but it is also the deepest with a maximum depth of approximately 1025 meters (3360 ft).
the great lakes are fresh water.( the largest fresh water lakes in the world.)
a salt water lake has a freshwater inlet but and inland sea has no inlet.
The Great Salt Lake is not the only saltwater lake. Other saltwater lakes include the Aral Sea, Lake Balkhash, Lake Bororia, Lake Bonney, Lake Buchanan, Cards Pond, Lake Chew …Bahir, Laguna Colorada, the Dead Sea, Don Juan Pond, Lake Dora, Eake Elmenteita, Lake Elton, Lake Eyasi, Lake Fryxell, the Great Bitter Lake, Lake Kamyslybas, Khyargas Nuur, Lake Amara, Lake Assal, Lake Techirghiol, Lenore Lake, Lake Lesina, Lockhart Lake, The Bras d'Or Lake, Lake Magadi, Lake Milh, Mono Lake, Lake Nabberu, Lake Natron, Lake Razelm, Sabine Lake, Lake Shira, Lake Tengiz, Lake Tsimanampetsota, Lake Victoria, and Winnapaug Pond.
The Great Salt Lake is located inthe northern part of Utah. It is the largest salt water lake in theWestern Hemisphere.
Bras D'Pr Lakes, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior are fresh water.
The Great Salt Lake, unlike other lakes, has no outlet. Any water flowing into the lake only leaves by evaporation. Over time, the minute traces of salt in the incoming water …get concentrated. The Dead Sea is another example of this.
No. Salt lakes include the Dead Sea, Caspian Sea , Aral Sea, and Lake Balkhash.
The Great Salt Lake in Utah is the only lake with the name "Great Salt Lake" but it is not the only saltwater lake in the world.
By no means. Among dozens are the Salton Sea in California, and the Dead Sea in the Middle East.
Not all "great" lakes are salt water. In fact, the Great Lakes on eastern North America and the separate Great Lakes of East Africa are freshwater. The Great Lakes of North Am…erica are Lake Superior (the world's largest lake), Lake Michigan, Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, and Lake Huron. The Great Lakes of Africa include Lake Victoria and Lake Tanganyika. In Asia, the Aral Sea (actually a large lake), as well as the Caspian Sea (another lake, containing the most water of any lake on Earth), are both salty. There is also another lake, Lake Balkhash, which is fresh in the western half and salty in the eastern half (this is made possible because it is long and narrow). Lake Baikal, also in Asia, is freshwater, and the second largest lake on Earth. It contains 20% of the world's freshwater (most is in glaciers and icecaps). I may have missed a couple of "great" lakes.
the answer is yes there is water in the great salt lake
1. The coordinates of Great Salt Lake are: 41010' North and 112035' West (North America, United States, Utah). 2. This lake has a very great salinity because it has no outl…et to let water flush salts away. The only way water leaves the lake is by evaporation. As a result salts eroded from the surrounding lands are accumulated in the lake. Most other lakes have an outlet for water to flow to the sea, taking much of the eroded salts with it ad preventing an accumulation..