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Is it because the fresh water comes usually from perhaps mountain rivers steams and perhaps underwater streams that would end up being massively filtered biologically traveling through the soils and such filtering out the salts in the process or is that guess way outta there?
THANK YOU VERY MUCH GEORGE ...I've had the pleasure of " floating " in the dead sea..it's quite an experience !!
QuoteTHANK YOU VERY MUCH GEORGE ...I've had the pleasure of " floating " in the dead sea..it's quite an experience !!You should try Scuba diving ,it absolutely fantastic, the most amazing experience ever.
But what about fresh water lakes ?..are they just made by precipitation ?
All terrestrial water originates in precipitation. Freshwater lakes are usually fed by freshwater rivers - in principle, the same as the Dead Sea; the difference is that the Dead Sea has no outflow, so the water just sits there getting ever more concentrated as it evaporates away, whereas most fresh water lakes will have the water flowing out of it before it has had much time to concentrate by evaporation.