I came here looking for info on the salt lakes of the Victoria desert. This article needs to be expanded The following is a list of questions I still have, or would like more info on, after having read the article.
what do they look like (gallery). Various types
where can I find them? Dovetailing into the next section on how they are formed in differing geographic locations
expansion on formation - how are different types of salt lake, salt flat formed?
timelines, how long do various salt lakes take to form?
expansion on flora fauna - at least a whole section on each with pictures if possible
extremes: largest (volume/depth/area); oldest; highest concentration etc
Running out of battery. That's all for now. FYI, I did come here after directly typing salt lake
Endorheic seems to cover salt lakes pretty well. It just doesn't follow naming conventions of using nouns as titles, perhaps we can merge that article here too and leave a redirect at Endorheic? - Mgm|(talk) 10:49, 9 February 2006 (UTC)
Hmm, scratch that. Endorheic doesn't necessarily mean salty. - Mgm|(talk) 10:50, 9 February 2006 (UTC)
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The result of the debate was move. There are very clear guidelines about this. —Mets501 (talk) 16:01, 28 January 2007 (UTC)
Oppose - there is only one possible meaning of salt lake. There is also a link to the disambiguation, should anyone miscapitalise a link to one of the items named Salt Lake. This is an excellent example of why the policy quoted contains the word "usually" - that is, it need not be rigorously applied in examples like this. Warofdreamstalk 00:38, 15 January 2007 (UTC)
Sorry, I think the likelihood of someone typing in "Salt Lake" or "salt lake" or "Salt lake" to be looking for the subject of this article (the generic/geographical salt lake) to be very low. They should all go to a dab. --Serge 21:27, 22 January 2007 (UTC)
"Usually, there should be just one disambiguation page for all cases (upper- or lower-case) and variant punctuation."
The proposed move can insure this happens with the minimum confusion.--Endroit 04:22, 13 January 2007 (UTC)
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"In order, the four largest salt lakes in the world are the Aral Sea, Lake Balkhash and Great Salt Lake, which is also the largest in the Western Hemisphere. " —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 16:58, 15 June 2008 (UTC)
Spotted Lake is a small, salt lake near Osoyoos. One can see it from the highway as they pass by... you can stop on the side of the highway to get a long look at it but it is on private property though so one cannot get to the lake shore. Someone did anyway & I would have but I had little time so I didn't. It was amazing though; the person WALKED ON THE LAKE! I never thought that was possible. The concentration of minerals & salt or so great here that you can walk on the lake. How this amazing location does not already have an article on it I do not know.
I will do some research & then I will make it's stub... I got pictures too & a video I found on Youtube of it. Lately, I've been kind of lazy & doing research I've just put off. I have to break away from this bad habit! AndrewEnns (talk) 06:06, 9 August 2009 (UTC)