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Due to the high salinity and alkali content, Lake Albert is uninhabitable for fish. However, this environment is perfect for brine shrimp and as a result, the lake provides an excellent habitat for a variety of shore birds. (Image ID# 140621-103)
A home left balancing on the edge of a cliff after the cliff failed during an earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand. Note the Exposed basalt-filled channel and the shipping containers along the highway to mitigate further sliding or rockfall (Image ID# 140127-28)
Ice-sculpted Upper Glacier Gorge, a glacial cirque in Colorado. This photo shows a tarn, two cirques and two aretes. The peak on the left, the Spearhead, is the end of one arete, the other is the sunlit ridge in the right background. (Image ID# 140809-94)
Cambrian Flathead Sandstone overlying Proterozoic gneiss in Southwest Montana. Note the pegmatite dike in the gneiss and the basal conglomerate in the sandstone. A nonconformity is a type of unconformity in which sedimentary rock depositionally overlies intrusive igneous or metamorphic rock. (Image ID# 100629-37)
Paleozoic Rock of the Resting Spring Range as seen from the Amargosa Valley. The red-brown colored strata near the base of the photo belong to the Cambrian Cararra Formation while the overlying gray limestone belongs to the Cambrian Bonanza King Formation. (Image ID# 101218-38)