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2004) Biological effects of dilution of Dead Sea water with seawater: implications for the planning of the Red Sea – Dead Sea “Peace Conduit”. J. Mar. Syst. 46, 121-131. Salameh, E. and El-Naser, H. (1999) Does the actual drop in the Dead Sea level reflect the development of water sources within its drainage basin? Acta Hydrochim. Hydrobiol. 27, 5-11. Salameh, E. and El-Naser, H. (2000) Changes in the Dead Sea level and their impacts on the surrounding groundwater bodies. Acta Hydrochim. Hydrobiol.

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