Implicit is the time when the lake - El Lake
South Australia (South Australia) northeast of the lagoon, with a total area of 3,700 square miles (9,300 square kilometers). The Lake of the Australian mainland the lowest position, the most depth of 4 feet (1 meter). Some of the lowest below sea level about 50 feet (15 meters), the north-south Hunan and Hubei Provinces, North Erbil lake (Lake Eyre North) in a 90-mile (144 km) by 40 miles (65 km); Naaimi lake (Lake Eyre South) in a 40 miles (65 kilometers) wide 15 miles (24 kilometers). Under normal circumstances Eyre Lake is dry, the average only twice a century filled with water. Man in the lake water, about two years after completely dried out. National Archives
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Australia Erbil in the central part of the lake, is a very interesting lake. It, like a ghost, and sometimes there, sometimes disappeared, traces Out. In 1832, an exploration team here inspection found a small basin, covered with a layer of salt. By 1860, and an exploration team to be here, but here discovered an ocean theme lagoons, the second year, this exploration teams come here again for measuring the size of the lake, but the lake had disappeared, wave rippling place became a small to.
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In fact, the lake is not perennial lake, but a seasonal lake. About every three years, it will be "missing" one. Well, the lake where to? Its people and "hide and seek?" Original El lake water from the main river and rain. When larger rainfall, the lake area up to 8200 square kilometres, while the low rainfall, water evaporation was, on the dry bottom of the lake. In the dictionary it in the area of geography is "0-8200 square kilometres," and has not a fixed figure.
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In order to change Australia and Central dry climate, scientists are trying to tug the "ghost." They dug a canal to the Gulf and the nearby El Lake linked. In this way, water will automatically flow El lake (Lake Erbil 12 meters below sea level), it will not be a dry.
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