Dec 27 2010

Scientists drill down to data ‘archive’ beneath Dead Sea

Published by Editor at 12:58 pm under University in the Media

December 25, 2010          The Seattle Times

The Dead Sea is in trouble. Receding about three feet a year, the water, pessimists warn, could soon vanish. Stein says the lake has naturally recovered from catastrophic aridity before.

But humans are playing a role. “We’re not helping,” says Michael Lazar, the marine geophysicist from the University of Haifa who manages the project.

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