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DEAD SEA 31° 30′ North 35° 30′ East

The Dead Sea, fed by the Jordan River, is a 810 km2 saltwater lake divided between Israel, Jordan and the occupied Palestinian Territories. Its salinity is 27.5% while that of sea water is between 2 and 4%. The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth at 417 meters below sea level. Its water level drops one meter per year on average. Drying is such that now a large strip of cracked land is dividing the lake in two separate basins. The main cause is the increasing exploitation of the Jordan for agriculture irrigation. Another significant cause is the evaporation of large volumes of water conducted by the industrial plants for salt production. Ecology, economy and geostrategy are continually a little more vulnerable.