How Was the Great Salt Lake Formed?


The Great Salt Lake was called Lake Booneville. The lake used to be as big as Lake Michigan and much deeper. Part of the lake was released into Red Rock Pass and it began to dry up leaving what is no the Great Salt Lake.
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The Great Salt Lake was formed from Lake Bonneville. Early explorers said that it looked as if it was and extension to the Pacific Ocean and was said to be a sea at one time. The
Glaciers melted and eroded minerals. The melted ice formed a lake that was salty.
1. Travel. north of salt Lake City for about 45 minutes on Interstate 15. get off on Antelope Drive, which is exit 332. Look for the brown signs that direct you to Antelope Island
Great Salt Lake is salty because it doesn't have any
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