Salt Lake City

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of Utah. coordinates_region US-UT subdivision_type Country (List of sovereign states) subdivision_type1 State (U.S. state) subdivision_type2 County (List of counties in Utah) subdivision_name United States subdivision_name1 Utah subdivision_name2 Salt Lake (Salt Lake County, Utah) government_type leader_title Mayor leader_name Ralph Becker (mayor) Ralph Becker


Taghaza

blank5_info blank6_name blank6_info website footnotes '''Taghaza''' (also '''Teghaza''') is an abandoned salt-mining centre located in a salt pan (Dry lake) in the desert region of northern Mali. It was an important source of rock salt for West Africa up to the end of the 16th century when it was abandoned and replaced by the salt-pan at Taoudenni which lies

on to the southeast. Salt from the Taghaza mines formed an important part of the long distance trans-Saharan trade. The salt-pan is located north-northeast of Oualata (in Mauritania). Early Arabic sources The Taghaza mines are first mentioned by name (as Taghara) in around 1275 by the geographer Zakariya al-Qazwini al Qazwini

who spent most of his life in Iraq but obtained information from a traveller who had visited the Sudan (Sudan (region)). . He wrote that the town was situated south of the Maghreb near the Ocean and that the ramparts, walls and roofs of the buildings were made of salt which was mined by slaves of the Masufa, a Berber (Berber people) tribe, and exported


Saltspring Island

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blank1_name blank1_info website footnotes '''Saltspring Island''' (also known as '''Salt Spring Island''') is one of the Gulf Islands in the Strait of Georgia between mainland British Columbia, Canada and Vancouver Island.


Solikamsk

with the discovery and exploitation by miners and merchants, probably from Vologda, of massive salt deposits on the banks of the Usolka River. The name of the town is derived from

the Russian words " " (Kama River, flowing through the town). The rapid growth of Solikamsk in the 17th century was predicated on the establishment of the Babinov Road, which was the only overland route leading from European Russia to Siberia. This road started in Solikamsk. The Stroganov family operated the country's largest salt-mining facilities in Solikamsk and the surrounding area


Jadavpur

, Golpark, Dhakuria, Jadavpur 8B Bus Stand, Sulekha, Baghajatin, Gangulybagan, Ramgarh, Padmasree, Baishnabghata *'''AC9 Jadavpur – Salt Lake (Salt Lake City, Kolkata) Karunamoyee''' via Sulekha, Santoshpur, Ajoynagar, Mukundapur, Kalikapur, Ruby Hospital, Science City, Chingrighata, Beliaghata Bypass, AMRI Hospital, GD Block, Central Park *'''AC37B Airport Gate No.1 – Garia Bus Stand''' via Kaikhali, Baguihati, Kestopur, VIP Road, Ultadanga, E.M. Bypass, Chingrighata, Science City

) ''' via Barabazar, Dalhousie Strand Road, Park Street, Rabindra Sadan, Bhawanipore, Hazra, Rasbehari, Deshapriya Park, Southern Avenue, Golpark, Dhakuria, Jadavpur 8B Bus Stand, Sulekha, Santoshpur, Ajoynagar, Hiland Park, Peerless Hospital, Panchasayar, New Garia 206 Bus Stand, Jalpol, Garia Station, Sreenagar Main Road, Lalgate, Hatibari, Nayabad 1B Bus *'''S9 Jadavpur – Salt Lake (Salt Lake City, Kolkata) Karunamoyee''' via Sulekha, Santoshpur, Ajoynagar, Mukundapur, Kalikapur, Ruby

, Sulekha, Baghajatin, Gangulybagan, Ramgarh, Padmadree, Baishnabghata *'''206 New Garia Station - Salt Lake (Salt Lake City, Kolkata) AJ Block''' via Peerless Hospital, Ajoynagar, Santoshpur, Jadavpur, Dhakuria, Gariahat, Minto Park, Rabindra Sadan, Park Street, Esplanade, Moulali Dalhousie, Sealdah, Maniktala, Khanna, Ultadanga, CA Market, City Centre, Purta Bhaban, Swimming Pool, Baisakhi *'''218 Babughat – Baruipur''' via Esplanade, Moulali, Mullickbazar, Park Circus, Ballygunge


Albuquerque International Sunport

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Goderich, Ontario

downed power lines, tore roofs off houses, and left cars and trees scattered along city streets. Hundred-year-old trees surrounding the Goderich Courthouse were uprooted in seconds. The tornado killed one person: Norman Laberge, 61, of Lucknow (Lucknow, Ontario), who was working on a dock associated with a salt mine on the coast of Lake Huron when the storm hit. 37 people were injured. The Environment Canada weather forecast office in Toronto issued a tornado warning for Goderich and southern

Huron County 12 minutes before the tornado struck. The town does not have a tornado siren unlike some other Ontario cities. Industry thumb right Salt mining (File:Goderich salt port.jpg) is an important

economic activity in Goderich. The salt mining industry in Goderich is one of the oldest in Ontario. In 1866, petroleum exploration crews found a massive ancient salt deposit about under the surface.


Agadez

Annuaire_ins_2011 population.pdf title Annuaires_Statistiques publisher Institut National de la Statistique du Niger accessdate 2 May 2013 History The city was founded before the fourteenth century and gradually became the most important Tuareg (Tuareg people) city, supplanting Assodé, by growing around trans-Saharan trade. The city still sees the arrival of caravan (Camel train)s, bringing salt from Bilma. In 1449, Agadez

Tuareg (Tuareg people) occupy the Aïr Mountains and Agadez to the west, and still operate the salt caravans for Hausa (Hausa people) merchants, the true inhabitants of the Ténéré, found from oases like Fachi eastwards, are the non-Berber Kanuri (Kanuri people) and Toubou, the latter thought to be descended from among the original inhabitants of the Sahara. Cities The "capital" of the Ténéré is the town of Agadez, south of the Aïr Mountains and west

of the Tenere. There are also various oasis settlements, some like Bilma and Seguedine based on salt production. Administration and economy Bilma is the administrative seat of the Bilma Department, covering some of north eastern Niger. While it continues to produce salt in large ''natron'' salt pans, and this salt is still sold for livestock use throughout west Africa, tourism (based out of Agadez and the Aïr Mountains some


Sijilmasa

Empire year 2005 publisher Cambridge University Press isbn 978-0-521-84313-3 page 15 The Ghana Empire grew wealthy by taxing the trans-Saharan trade that linked Tiaret and Sijilmasa to Aoudaghost. Ghana controlled access to the goldfields of Bambouk, southeast of Koumbi Saleh. A percentage of salt and gold going through its territory was taken. The empire was not involved in production. Iliffe, John(2007). p. 51–53. ref>

and after 25 days, arrived at the dry salt-lake bed of Taghaza with its salt mines. All of the local buildings were made from slabs of salt by slaves of the Masufa tribe, who cut the salt in thick slabs for transport by camel. Taghaza was a commercial centre and awash with Malian (Mali Empire) gold, though Ibn Battuta did not form a favourable impression of the place, recording that it was plagued by flies and the water was brackish. File:Aït Benhaddou1 (js).jpg thumb The Kasbah of Aït

as Portrayed in the Documents of the Cairo Geniza'' '''Taghaza''' (also '''Teghaza''') is an abandoned salt-mining centre located in a salt pan (Dry lake) in the desert region of northern Mali. It was an important source of rock salt for West Africa up to the end of the 17th century when it was abandoned and replaced by Taoudenni. Salt from the mines formed an important part of the long distance trans-Saharan trade. Taghaza is located


Golmud

of the Qaidam Basin (Qaidam) with an elevation of . Around the city there are more than 20 salt lake (salt lake (geography))s of various sizes. A large part of the county-level city of Golmud forms an exclave, separated from the rest of the county by the western "panhandle" of the Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. Administratively, the exclave forms the so-called Tanggula Town. Demographics In 1999, the population of the total area of Golmud

was approximately 200,000. The town had a population of 130,000, with ethnic Han Chinese comprising 90.2%. Economy Due to its location, Golmud abounds with natural resources from nearby salt lakes. Thus, industries involving salt lake chemicals have sprung up. Qarham Salt Lake to the northeast of Golmud proper boasts an area of , making it the biggest inland salt lake in the world. Qarham Salt Lake resources are estimated to be worth over 15 trillion

yuan (Renminbi). The lake is also China's largest production base for potassium, magnesium, and salt. Golmud also possesses natural gas reserves of 1 trillion m³ (35 trillion cu. ft.) plus over 50 varieties of minerals like gold, copper, jade and precious stones, lead, and zinc. Other important industries in Golmud include petrochemicals, oil refineries, and gas fields. Statistics for 2001 show that the city's nominal GDP totalled 2.213 billion yuan, a rise of 31.9% from the previous year


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