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September 20 · Issue #1744 · View online
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The Dead Sea, which straddles the border between Israel and Jordan, has changed shape over the years. Its surface area has dropped from 410 square miles in 1930 to 234 square miles today (1,050-605 square km), causing it to split into two basins in 1979. Since then, its southern basin has been partitioned into a series of saltwater evaporation pans.
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