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Sulfur chimneys and fumaroles
Sulfur chimneys and fumaroles in crater of White Island, an active andesite volcanic island, New Zealand. (180110-43)Download Image
Hot Springs, Fumaroles, sinter, Yellowstone NP
Hot springs, fumaroles, and hydrothermal deposits, Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Most of the deposits are sinter. (G-10)Download Image
Active volcanic crater, New Zealand (Pan)
Active crater with lake, White Island, an andesite volcano in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. Crater Walls are mostly pyroclastic deposits. (180110-145)Download Image
Active volcanic crater, New Zealand
Active crater with lake, White Island, an andesite volcano in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. Crater Walls are mostly pyroclastic deposits. (180110-120)Download Image
sulfur mineralization in volcanic crater
sulfur chimneys and fumaroles in volcanic crater of White Island, New Zealand. (180110-110)Download Image
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