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The Salton Sea is a unique environment. Images from USGS research activities in the region highlight the diversity and harshness of the environment for both humans and species that inhabit or visit the area.

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Image: Mud Volcano
April 18, 2009

Mud Volcano

A surface expression of geothermal activity.

Attribution: Natural Hazards
Image: Red Hill Bay Marina
November 27, 2009

Red Hill Bay Marina

Red Hill Bay Marina exposed playa near the Salton Sea, California.

Image: Mud Volcano
April 18, 2009

Mud Volcano

A surface expression of geothermal activity.

Attribution: Natural Hazards
Image: Mud Volcano
April 18, 2009

Mud Volcano

A surface expression of geothermal activity.

Attribution: Natural Hazards
Image: Mud Volcano
January 24, 2008

Mud Volcano

A surface expression of geothermal activity.

Attribution: Natural Hazards
Image: Mud Volcano
April 18, 2009

Mud Volcano

A surface expression of geothermal activity.

Attribution: Natural Hazards
Image: Davis Rd. Carbon Dioxide Vent
December 25, 2004

Davis Rd. Carbon Dioxide Vent

Davis Rd. carbon dioxide vent, Salton Sea, California.

Image: Mud Volcano
April 18, 2009

Mud Volcano

A surface expression of geothermal activity.

Attribution: Natural Hazards
Image: Mud Volcano
April 18, 2009

Mud Volcano

A surface expression of geothermal activity.

Attribution: Natural Hazards
Image: Mud Volcano
April 18, 2009

Mud Volcano

A surface expression of geothermal activity.

Attribution: Natural Hazards
Image: Looking South at the Salton Sea
March 1, 2006

Looking South at the Salton Sea

Looking South at the Salton Sea, California.

Image: Receding Shoreline
July 2, 2010

Receding Shoreline

Receding shoreline on the east side of the Salton Sea, California.