G a l l e r y
Elk Geyser, Norris Geyser Basin

Extreme Thermal Soil, Norris Geyser Basin

92 °C, pH 1.3, mM concentrations of heavy metals

Perpetual Spouter, Norris Geyser Basin
Habitat Diversity
Gibbon Falls, photo taken by Barry Rosen during visit to the Thermal Biology Institute
Trumpeter Swans on
the Madison River; photo credit, Barry Rosen
Sulfolobus Habitat, Norris Geyser Basin
Bison in Elk Prairie; photo credit, Barry Rosen

Michelle Brearey,

Observatory REU student sampling at Dragon Spring, July, 2004

December 2003 sampling trip at Dragon Spring,
Air Temp = -25°F
Close-up image of microbial mats in Dragon Spring. Bubble is from gases venting through the mat material Close-up image of microbial mat in Dragon Spring. Bubbles are from gasesventing through the mat. Dragon Spring, July, 2004 Acid Sulfate Chloride Spring in Norris Acidic thermal pools in Norris Geyser Basin
Seth D'Imperio, Observatory PhD student Cinder Pool, Norris Geyser Basin, July, 2004 Cinder Pool, Norris Geyser Basin, July, 2004 Sulfolobus habitat, Norris Geyser Basin  

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