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Photo ID: ixvy5zSubject: VolcanoesDescription
Calcareous Sinter; Calcite; Calcium Carbonate; Carbonate Rocks; Chemically Precipitated Rocks; Geothermal Energy; Ground Water; Hot Springs; Hydrothermal Conditions; Sedimentary Rocks; Thermal Waters; Travertine; Volcanic Features; VolcanismIn areas where calcium carbonate rocks exist, large travertine masses will be deposited by the cooling saturated water in the Mammoth Hot Springs area of Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park.
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Larry Fellows

Credit Line: Copyright Larry Fellows
North America; United States; Wyoming; Mammoth Hot Springs

Latitude: 44.97 / Longitude: -110.71
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: ixvy4wSubject: VolcanoesDescription
Geothermal Energy; Ground Water; Hot Springs; Hydrothermal Conditions; Mud; Mud Volcano; Thermal Waters; Volcanic Features; VolcanismThis area of warm mud in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park may someday be called the "Bison Spa".
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Larry Fellows

Credit Line: Copyright Larry Fellows
North America; United States; Wyoming; Yellowstone National Park

Latitude: 44.73 / Longitude: -110.7
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: ixvy3lSubject: VolcanoesDescription
Calcareous Sinter; Geothermal Energy; Ground Water; Hot Springs; Hydrothermal Conditions; Siliceous Sinter; Thermal Waters; Travertine; Volcanic Features; VolcanismPlumes of water droplets from condensed steam rise from these fumaroles in the Lower Geyser Basin of Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park. As the water cools dissolved minerals precipitate to form the sinter mounds around each vent.
PhotographerLocation
Larry Fellows

Credit Line: Copyright Larry Fellows
North America; United States; Wyoming; Lower Geyser Basin

Latitude: 44.55 / Longitude: -110.84
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: ixvy12Subject: VolcanoesDescription
Algae; Geothermal Energy; Ground Water; Hot Springs; Hydrothermal Conditions; Siliceous Sinter; Thermal Waters; Volcanic Features; VolcanismThe flow from a Norris Geyser Basin hot spring in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park deposits a gray sinter while supporting a thriving algae population.
PhotographerLocation
Larry Fellows

Credit Line: Copyright Larry Fellows
North America; United States; Wyoming; Norris Geyser Basin

Latitude: 44.73 / Longitude: -110.7
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: ixvxzySubject: VolcanoesDescription
Calcareous Sinter; Geothermal Energy; Ground Water; Hot Springs; Hydrothermal Conditions; Siliceous Sinter; Thermal Waters; Travertine; Volcanic Features; Volcanism; Yellowstone National ParkThese dead trees indicate a recent change in the location or volume of this Norris Basin hot spring in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park.
PhotographerLocation
Larry Fellows

Credit Line: Copyright Larry Fellows
North America; United States; Wyoming; Norris Geyser Basin

Latitude: 44.73 / Longitude: -110.7
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: ixvxyxSubject: VolcanoesDescription
Calcareous Sinter; Geothermal Energy; Ground Water; Hot Springs; Hydrothermal Conditions; Siliceous Sinter; Thermal Waters; Travertine; Volcanic Features; VolcanismSiliceous sinter surrounds the steaming Boiling Spring in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park.
PhotographerLocation
Larry Fellows

Credit Line: Copyright Larry Fellows
North America; United States; Wyoming; Boiling Spring

Latitude: 44.35 / Longitude: -110.8
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Photo ID: ixvxxwSubject: VolcanoesDescription
Algae; Geothermal Energy; Ground Water; Hot Springs; Hydrothermal Conditions; Thermal Waters; Volcanic Features; VolcanismAlgae, attached to the substrate, thrive in the water discharged from this hot spring in the Norris Basin of Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park.
PhotographerLocation
Larry Fellows

Credit Line: Copyright Larry Fellows
North America; United States; Wyoming; Yellowstone National Park

Latitude: 44.73 / Longitude: -110.7
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: ixvxv2Subject: VolcanoesDescription
Algae; Geothermal Energy; Ground Water; Hot Springs; Hydrothermal Conditions; Siliceous Sinter; Thermal Waters; Volcanic FeaturesThe green algae and white sinter decorate the edges of this water flow from a hot spring near Firehole Lake in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park.
PhotographerLocation
Larry Fellows

Credit Line: Copyright Larry Fellows
North America; United States; Wyoming; Firehole Lake

Latitude: 44.54 / Longitude: -110.78
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: ixvxwvSubject: VolcanoesDescription
Algae; Geothermal Energy; Ground Water; Hot Springs; Hydrothermal Conditions; Thermal Waters; Thermophilic Bacteria; Volcanic Features; VolcanismGreen algae and orange bacteria add color to the flow from this hot spring while other hot springs and fumaroles send up plumes of condensed steam here in the Norris Basin of Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park.
PhotographerLocation
Larry Fellows

Credit Line: Copyright Larry Fellows
North America; United States; Wyoming; Yellowstone National Park

Latitude: 44.73 / Longitude: -110.7
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: ixvxvzSubject: VolcanoesDescription
Geothermal Energy; Geysers; Ground Water; Hot Springs; Norris Geyser Basin; Springs; Steamboat Geyser; Thermal Waters; Volcanic Features; VolcanismSteamboat Geyser is located in the back basin area of the Norris geyser basin at Yellowstone National Park.
PhotographerLocation
Larry Fellows

Credit Line: Copyright Larry Fellows
North America; United States; Wyoming; Yellowstone National Park

Latitude: 44.73 / Longitude: -110.7
Photo Quality | Large 

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