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Discussion in 'Earth Science' started by timojin, Sep 28, 2017.

  1. river

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    Further ,

    Sea salted soil or silt would not be condusive for any plant growth . Plants can not grow in salted earth .
     
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  3. iceaura Valued Senior Member

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    Salt on Everest would have nothing to do with that.
    There isn't any silt anywhere near the top of that mountain.
    That would have nothing to do with Mt Everest geology. It's nowhere near the poles, and it's far to high to be reached by glacial melting.

    And "the lithosphere on the mantle of the Earth's outer core" doesn't seem to make sense.

    Salt beds from ancient oceans and salt lakes are common on the planet, as are alkaline soils and aquifers, especially in drier regions. There are probably some on the Tibetan Plateau and similar regions of the Himalayas. What are you looking for?
     
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