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The Last Train Leaves at Midnight

Yes, this building was on the shores of the Great Salt Lake.

And for those interested, there will be new chapter of Promised Land Abandoned next week, just as soon as I finish the editing of Hope: 239. 3,308 more words

Spiraling Out of the Water - Wordless Wednesday

image: Spiral Jetty at the Great Salt Lake, from martha0stout’s phone
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Cells and Homeostasis: Causeway Solutions

I was at a district-wide high school biology teacher meeting this morning during periods 1-3.  Below is the lesson plan my substitute shared with the students: 287 more words


What lurks beneath the Great Salt Lake?

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s Great Salt Lake has been protecting the Wasatch Front from a potential health hazard for 150 years, but that protection is threatened, say some scientists, by a growing, thirsty population and a drying climate. 1,196 more words


Cells and Homeostasis: GSL Case Study

We kicked off our first big lesson of the unit with a case study of the Great Salt Lake.  Back in the 1950s, a causeway was built across the Great Salt Lake, phyiscally separating the lake into two arms (the North and South Arms).   133 more words


Tonight: What lurks beneath the Great Salt Lake?

As the Great Salt Lake nears historic lows, FOX 13′s Max Roth reveals some major issues that could impact our quality of life. 14 more words