The Influence of Humans on the Great Salt Lake
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Students explore the impact of human actions on the ecosystem of the Great Salt Lake from a variety of perspectives. The roles of railroad workers, environmentalists, brine shrimp farmers, and citizens are assumed as data is gathered and debated.
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