Hydrogen Sulfide In The Salton Sea

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The Salton Sea is an unique location as it is one of the few environments in the world that has wildlife but also lots of impact. Hydrogen Sulfide is one of the primary chemicals that exists in this location. The Aral Sea in between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan has great similarity with the Salton Sea, as it shows a possible future for the location. Hydrogen sulfide has a naturally occurring rotten egg smell which is very a clear and obvious scent to humans. Hydrogen sulfide itself exists endogenously and exogenously, from enzymes within mammals and through industrial processes and factories (Chou 2003). Biological processes such as photosynthesis added to anaerobic environment of the Salton Sea, creating a warm, oxygen depleted body of water
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