Why does the water level of Great Salt Lake changes a lot from year to year?
The great salt lake has a historical elevation high of 4212 feet spreading to 2300 square miles compared to a historical elevation low of 4191 feet spreading to 937 square miles.
The desert is prone to torrential rains once in a while. It goes up a lot when it does rain, then drains down from heavy evaporation.
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