Bringing Death Valley to Life as a Marine Natural Resource

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  1. So I'm not the only one who thinks its a good idea!

  2. Drake411 says:

    I’ve often wondered about such a plan. I learned about an Israeli farmer who only had salty well water and decided to raise ocean shrimp in the middle of the desert. The bit of fresh water he needs is desalinated. Death Valley is home to some rare fish that live in the ground water that is fresh. So that is one critter that will protest. Anyway there is an example of Ocean water brought inland naturally in Guerrero Negro on the Mexican Baja Peninsula. It looks quite green from space anyway.

  3. Kevin says:

    This is a great idea! Not only would it give permanent water resources, but it would absolutely aid in creating a cooling effect east of this massive ocean. Frankly it would strengthen the monsoon seasons Arizona gets in the summer, and Southern Nevada receives as well via the gulf of Mexico. Improving rainfall on the Colorado River would also happen… giving Lakes like Lake Mead, and Lake Powell a better shot at sustainability.

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