Collapse 'imminent' for Great Salt Lake culvert on causeway
Union Pacific » The company wants to fill the last spot on the causeway that allows mixing water between the North Arm and the rest of the lake.
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Changes in salinity "could have a cascading effect on brine shrimp and extractive industries," such as potash and magnesium, which rely on evaporative ponds on the lake. Shrimp support not only a commercial egg harvest, but also much of the lake’s food chain.
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