SODIUM AND MAGNESIUM SALTS OF WESTERN CANADA

The search for potash in western Canada during the years of the great war led to the staking of claims on many of the "alkali lakes" and sloughs which occur in numerous localities in the morainic areas of the prairies, as well as in British Columbia, in the hope that potash salts would be found in commercial quantities.
Keywords: calcium carbonate, Magnesium Sulphate Deposits, Meadow lake, sodium chloride, sodium sulphate, Deposits, Magnesium, Materials, Salt, Salts, Sodium sulphate, Sulphate, Sulphates, Water
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