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This lake is near a National Park and was created by a catastrophic geologic event.[attachment=4554]
Bass, you forgot to say it was in the Muscovite Family but you did get into the ball park.
Quote from: JimBob on 08/04/2009 17:58:45Bass, you forgot to say it was in the Muscovite Family but you did get into the ball park. JimBob is absolutely correct- there are a number of mica minerals in the muscovite family- most of which have names with 5+ syllables (which is why I won't list them).I'll take the appropriate prescription of self-flagellation.
Hi -I just stumbled in here, it looks like Lighthouse Reef Atoll - off Belize.BTW my interest in geology began when I decided to learn more about the feature that lies 4oo' beneath my feet - the Chesapeake Bay Impact Crater. I have lots of info on it, if anyone is interested...
Baikal ... the only habitat for freshwater seals.
Baxter State park in Maine?
Anyone care to guess where this is? The think almostr out of frame on the left might be a hint.