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Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji, Dendronephthya, Namena Marine Reserve, Namena Island Add To Light Table Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji, Dendronephthya, Namena Marine Reserve, Namena Island Add To Light Table Coral reefscape in Fiji. Stony corals, such as the various species in this image, grow a calcium carbonate skeleton which they leave behind when they die. Over years, this deposit of calcium carbonate builds up the foundation of the coral reef. Fiji, Vatu I Ra Passage, Bligh Waters, Viti Levu  Island Add To Light Table
Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji.
Image ID: 35008  
Species: Dendronephthya Soft Coral, Dendronephthya
Location: Namena Marine Reserve, Namena Island, Fiji
 
Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji.
Image ID: 35009  
Species: Dendronephthya Soft Coral, Dendronephthya
Location: Namena Marine Reserve, Namena Island, Fiji
 
Coral reefscape in Fiji. Stony corals, such as the various species in this image, grow a calcium carbonate skeleton which they leave behind when they die. Over years, this deposit of calcium carbonate builds up the foundation of the coral reef. Fiji.
Image ID: 31706  
Location: Vatu I Ra Passage, Bligh Waters, Viti Levu Island, Fiji
 
Coral reefscape in Fiji. Stony corals, such as the various species in this image, grow a calcium carbonate skeleton which they leave behind when they die. Over years, this deposit of calcium carbonate builds up the foundation of the coral reef. Fiji, Vatu I Ra Passage, Bligh Waters, Viti Levu  Island Add To Light Table Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji, Dendronephthya, Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago Add To Light Table Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji, Dendronephthya, Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago Add To Light Table
Coral reefscape in Fiji. Stony corals, such as the various species in this image, grow a calcium carbonate skeleton which they leave behind when they die. Over years, this deposit of calcium carbonate builds up the foundation of the coral reef. Fiji.
Image ID: 31707  
Location: Vatu I Ra Passage, Bligh Waters, Viti Levu Island, Fiji
 
Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji.
Image ID: 31782  
Species: Dendronephthya Soft Coral, Dendronephthya
Location: Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago, Fiji
 
Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji.
Image ID: 31784  
Species: Dendronephthya Soft Coral, Dendronephthya
Location: Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago, Fiji
 
Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji, Dendronephthya, Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago Add To Light Table Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji, Dendronephthya, Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago Add To Light Table Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji, Dendronephthya, Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago Add To Light Table
Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji.
Image ID: 31788  
Species: Dendronephthya Soft Coral, Dendronephthya
Location: Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago, Fiji
 
Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji.
Image ID: 31789  
Species: Dendronephthya Soft Coral, Dendronephthya
Location: Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago, Fiji
 
Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji.
Image ID: 31790  
Species: Dendronephthya Soft Coral, Dendronephthya
Location: Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago, Fiji
 
Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji, Dendronephthya, Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago Add To Light Table Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941 Add To Light Table Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941 Add To Light Table
Dendronephthya soft coral detail including polyps and calcium carbonate spicules, Fiji.
Image ID: 31797  
Species: Dendronephthya Soft Coral, Dendronephthya
Location: Makogai Island, Lomaiviti Archipelago, Fiji
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941.
Image ID: 26983  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941.
Image ID: 26991  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941 Add To Light Table Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941 Add To Light Table Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941 Add To Light Table
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941.
Image ID: 26992  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941.
Image ID: 26993  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake, with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941.
Image ID: 27003  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake.  Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake.  The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941.  South tufa grove, Navy Beach Add To Light Table Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance.  Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake.  The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941.  South tufa grove, Navy Beach Add To Light Table Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance.  Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake.  The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941.  South tufa grove, Navy Beach Add To Light Table
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941. South tufa grove, Navy Beach.
Image ID: 09929  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941. South tufa grove, Navy Beach.
Image ID: 09932  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake with the Eastern Sierra visible in the distance. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941. South tufa grove, Navy Beach.
Image ID: 09937  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941. South tufa grove, Navy Beach Add To Light Table Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941. South tufa grove, Navy Beach Add To Light Table Soda Butte. This travertine (calcium carbonate) mound was formed more than a century ago by a hot spring. Only small amounts of hydrothermal water and hydrogen sulfide gas currently flow from this once more prolific spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Add To Light Table
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941. South tufa grove, Navy Beach.
Image ID: 23173  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Tufa towers rise from Mono Lake. Tufa towers are formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mix with lakewater rich in carbonates, forming calcium carbonate (limestone) structures below the surface of the lake. The towers were eventually revealed when the water level in the lake was lowered starting in 1941. South tufa grove, Navy Beach.
Image ID: 23174  
Location: Mono Lake, California, USA
 
Soda Butte. This travertine (calcium carbonate) mound was formed more than a century ago by a hot spring. Only small amounts of hydrothermal water and hydrogen sulfide gas currently flow from this once more prolific spring.
Image ID: 13642  
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Soda Butte. This travertine (calcium carbonate) mound was formed more than a century ago by a hot spring. Only small amounts of hydrothermal water and hydrogen sulfide gas currently flow from this once more prolific spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Add To Light Table Soda Butte. This travertine (calcium carbonate) mound was formed more than a century ago by a hot spring. Only small amounts of hydrothermal water and hydrogen sulfide gas currently flow from this once more prolific spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Add To Light Table Soda Butte. This travertine (calcium carbonate) mound was formed more than a century ago by a hot spring. Only small amounts of hydrothermal water and hydrogen sulfide gas currently flow from this once more prolific spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Add To Light Table
Soda Butte. This travertine (calcium carbonate) mound was formed more than a century ago by a hot spring. Only small amounts of hydrothermal water and hydrogen sulfide gas currently flow from this once more prolific spring.
Image ID: 13643  
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Soda Butte. This travertine (calcium carbonate) mound was formed more than a century ago by a hot spring. Only small amounts of hydrothermal water and hydrogen sulfide gas currently flow from this once more prolific spring.
Image ID: 13644  
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Soda Butte. This travertine (calcium carbonate) mound was formed more than a century ago by a hot spring. Only small amounts of hydrothermal water and hydrogen sulfide gas currently flow from this once more prolific spring.
Image ID: 13645  
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Soda Butte. This travertine (calcium carbonate) mound was formed more than a century ago by a hot spring. Only small amounts of hydrothermal water and hydrogen sulfide gas currently flow from this once more prolific spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Add To Light Table Dead trees embedded in calcium carbonate deposits in the travertine terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs, near Minerva terrace .  Over two tons of calcium carbonate (in solution) is deposited each day on the terraces, gradually killing any vegetation that had managed to be growing, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Add To Light Table Dead trees embedded in calcium carbonate deposits in the travertine terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs, near Minerva terrace .  Over two tons of calcium carbonate (in solution) is deposited each day on the terraces, gradually killing any vegetation that had managed to be growing, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Add To Light Table
Soda Butte. This travertine (calcium carbonate) mound was formed more than a century ago by a hot spring. Only small amounts of hydrothermal water and hydrogen sulfide gas currently flow from this once more prolific spring.
Image ID: 13646  
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Dead trees embedded in calcium carbonate deposits in the travertine terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs, near Minerva terrace . Over two tons of calcium carbonate (in solution) is deposited each day on the terraces, gradually killing any vegetation that had managed to be growing.
Image ID: 19795  
Location: Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Dead trees embedded in calcium carbonate deposits in the travertine terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs, near Minerva terrace . Over two tons of calcium carbonate (in solution) is deposited each day on the terraces, gradually killing any vegetation that had managed to be growing.
Image ID: 19796  
Location: Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Dead trees embedded in calcium carbonate deposits in the travertine terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs, near Minerva terrace .  Over two tons of calcium carbonate (in solution) is deposited each day on the terraces, gradually killing any vegetation that had managed to be growing, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Add To Light Table Dead trees embedded in calcium carbonate deposits in the travertine terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs, near Minerva terrace .  Over two tons of calcium carbonate (in solution) is deposited each day on the terraces, gradually killing any vegetation that had managed to be growing, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Add To Light Table Travertine terrace detail, calcium carbonate, Minerva's terraces, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Add To Light Table
Dead trees embedded in calcium carbonate deposits in the travertine terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs, near Minerva terrace . Over two tons of calcium carbonate (in solution) is deposited each day on the terraces, gradually killing any vegetation that had managed to be growing.
Image ID: 19797  
Location: Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Dead trees embedded in calcium carbonate deposits in the travertine terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs, near Minerva terrace . Over two tons of calcium carbonate (in solution) is deposited each day on the terraces, gradually killing any vegetation that had managed to be growing.
Image ID: 19798  
Location: Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Travertine terrace detail, calcium carbonate, Minerva's terraces.
Image ID: 19799  
Location: Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 


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