Intermittent plumes of warm water stir sediment in the Western caldera lake, likely due to rising warm water. These plumes were observed in 2000 but were absent in 1999 and 2001. Mt. Finch is in the middle distance on the right. Shishaldin volcano is in the background.
Image courtesy of the photographer.
Please cite the photographer when using this image.
To obtain a high-resolution image, open the full size
page. Then, right click on the image and click
"Save Image As..." or "Save Picture as..."