2.3.3 Pondage Areas
188.8.131.52 Example 5
|Location of Example:
|| 144°12'09" East, 35°21'36" South
- Figure 184.108.40.206 is an example of a Salt Evaporator.
- Ground, Bore or Sea water is pumped into large ponds to enable the water to be evaporated by the sun leaving the salt behind.
- Salt Evaporators may be differentiated from Aquaculture by the varied sizes of smaller beds with irregular edges located within a larger grid pattern.
- Salt has a distinctive imagery signature in comparison to the surrounding environment.
- Salt Evaporators will only be found in areas of low rainfall and high solar intensity.
- Salt Evaporators will be characteristically located on flat terrain.
|Figure: 220.127.116.11 Representation of a Salt Evaporator.
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