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Mud Pots and Fumaroles at Námafjall

Walking around Namafjall is like being on mars. It's a dramatic change in the landscape, creating a small area with a stark red landscape covered with fumaroles and mud pots. Being a high temperature geothermal area, temperatures can get over 200C 1000 meters down. The fumaroles emit steam and gases such as carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrochloric acid, and hydrogen sulfide.
 
Namafjall Hverir geothermal area
Fumaroles
Fumarole venting steam and gases
  Namafjall Hverir geothermal area  
  Fumaroles  
  Fumarole venting steam and gases  
Sulfur deposits
Large mud pot
Sulphur deposits
  Sulfur deposits  
  Large mud pot  
  Sulphur deposits  
Namafjall Hverir geothermal field
Bubbling Mud Pot
Sulfur covered ground
  Namafjall Hverir geothermal field  
  Bubbling Mud Pot  
  Sulfur covered ground  



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