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Vegan Chesapeake Bay Seafood Boil Chex Mixwithout the ChexNon-Vegan Mom and Teen Son Approved

I love the idea of a “seafood” boil…if it just weren’t for the seafood. Give me a big sea salted pot of red potatoes and corn on the cob seasoned with Old Bay, steamed, drained, and dumped out onto newspaper- covered picnic tables in a sandy setting near sunset and I have would be perfectly Read more

Danakil Depression: Salt mining in one of earth's hottest places

At more than 100 metres below sea level and with temperatures that often reach higher than 50 degrees Celsius, Ethiopia's Danakil Depression is one of the most inhospitable places on earth.

Mediterranean drawdown may have caused burst of volcanism

Between 5 million and 6 million years ago, during an event known as the Messinian Salinity Crisis (MSC), large amounts of seawater evaporated from the Mediterranean Sea leaving massive salt deposits in the basin. How much the sea surface...Show More Summary

Scientists examine how aerosol types influence cloud formation

Not all aerosols are made equally. Sea salt and some types of wild fire smoke can take flight to create clouds and, eventually, rain, while other aerosols, such as mineral dust, do not work as well. Scientists are beginning to understand exactly how these different particles influence cloud formation and resulting precipitation over land and sea.

The silver lining: Scientists examine how aerosol types influence cloud formation

(Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Not all aerosols are made equally. Sea salt and some types of wild fire smoke can take flight to create clouds and, eventually, rain, while other aerosols, such as mineral dust, do not work as well. Show More Summary

Israeli Artist Creates Salt Crystallized Sculptures From the Dead Sea

The amazing crystal salt sculptures designed by Israeli artist, sigalit landau, encrusts everyday objects in salt by emerging them into the hypersaline body of water that is the Dead Sea. The sculptures are like a nostalgic science experiment with an artistic twist. Landau has monitored the items placed below the surface …

Unexpected agricultural production allowed pre-Hispanic society to flourish in arid Andes

Six hundred kilometers south of Lake Titicaca and more than 3700 m above sea level, the Intersalar region, between the two large salt lakes of Uyuni and Coipasa, is dotted with fields of quinoa and numerous communities. Today, this region is the main producer of quinoa exported throughout the world. Show More Summary

H2O+ Treat Yourself Duo Gift Set

Last minute gifting is easy and priced right with the H2O+ Treat Yourself Duo. The gift set includes a 6 oz specialty Care Hand Cream that feels soft on skin and has a light light clean scent and a 2 oz Sea Salt Body Butter that is nicely hydrating, sinks in fast and has a fresh aquatic fragrance. Show More Summary

50 states: 50 gifts of taste

last monthNews : USAToday: News

These regional specialties add a taste of place to the season, from natural Florida sea salt to succulent Maine lobster.        

Simulation shows swirling of smoke, sea salt, and dust around the world

NASA. Data. Good. Tracking the aerosols carried on the winds let scientists see the currents in our atmosphere. This visualization follows sea salt, dust, and smoke from July 31 to… Tags: environment, NASA, simulation

NASA Aerosol Simulation

A fascinating simulation created by a team of scientists at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. The animation approximates the movements of smoke, sea salt, and dust as they traveled around the globe due to storms and wind currents in 2017. Original video here.

2017 hurricanes and aerosols simulation

Tracking the aerosols carried on the winds let scientists see the currents in our atmosphere. This visualization follows sea salt, dust, and smoke from July 31 to November 1, 2017, to reveal how these particles are transported across the map.

A stunning NASA visualization shows a timelapse of this year's 'extremely active' hurricane season

A stunning new visualization made by NASA Goddard shows how smoke, sea salt, and dust moved through the atmosphere during the 2017 hurricane season. The supercomputer-created simulation shows how atmospheric particles interact with storms...Show More Summary

How NASA Meteorologists Use Dust, Smoke and Salt Particles to Track Ocean Storm Movement

2 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

A fascinatingly informative satellite simulation of the intense 2017 Atlantic hurricane season shows how meteorologists at the NASA Goddard Space Center employ the use of tiny aerosols such as evaporated sea salt, Saharan Desert dust and fire smoke to visualize how a storm is moving over the ocean and track where it will probably make...

Tom Farrell Alaska Mountain Goat Hunt Report

Never have I had such a physically demanding hunt in such a magnificent place. I truly hope everyone may have the opportunity to taste mountain goat backstrap (sautéed in butter with a little Himalayan sea salt) in their lifetime. Delicious. The post Tom Farrell Alaska Mountain Goat Hunt Report appeared first on Outdoors International Hunting.

Fun Size offers a candy bar in a beer — but it's good, we promise

The beer: Fun Size Milk Stout, Pollyanna Brewing What it is: A milk stout made with peanut, cacao nib, vanilla beans and sea salt that is meant to emulate a Snickers bar. Yes, really. Also look out for Fun Size variants: marshmallow (released in October and still on draft at Pollyanna’s Lemont...

A Guide to America’s Essential Chocolate Shops

The best bonbons and truffles, from coast to coast It’s no longer difficult to find beautifully decorated chocolates, sea salted caramels, or delicately scented truffles. Almost every major city in the U.S. has a shop that’s selling gorgeous bonbons or refined, single origin chocolate bars. Show More Summary

'Sink' or swim for salt marshes

(University of Delaware) Salt marshes have the potential to store large amounts of carbon, but unfortunately these ecosystems face serious threats, from sea level rise, land use change, nutrient runoff and more. Using multiple sensors, University of Delaware Prof. Show More Summary

Scientists warn that saline lakes in dire situation worldwide

Saline lakes around the world are shrinking in size at alarming rates. But what—or who—is to blame? Lakes like Utah's Great Salt Lake, Asia's Aral Sea, the Dead Sea in Jordan and Israel, China's huge Lop Nur and Bolivia's Lake Popo are just a few that are in peril. Show More Summary

The Mediterranean Sea of America

3 months agoHumor / odd : Kottke.org

If you superimpose the Mediterranean Sea (and the Black Sea) over a map of the United States — creating geographic landmarks like the Confederate Sea, the Great Salt Islands, the Straits of Pismo, and a coastal Las Vegas — you get a real sense of how big each of them is. Show More Summary

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