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Geology Photo page
Near Myvatn in the north of Iceland is this fumarole field. Here volcanic gases are escaping from the surface. Bubbling mud pools are formed by dissolved minerals due to acids in the groundwater.
Photographed in: Hverarönd, Iceland
By Herman Zevenberg (webmaster)
Fossiel.net number: 47-0007
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