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NOAA Photo Library Image - expl0092

Pacific Ring of Fire Expedition. This cross-section of NW Rota 1 shows the distribution of particles suspended in the waters around the volcano, as measured by an optical turbidity sensor mounted on a CTD package ("tow-yo" path shown by black saw-tooth line). The thin plumes above the volcano originate from Brimstone Pit at the summit.

Image ID: expl0092, Voyage To Inner Space - Exploring the Seas With NOAA Collect
Location: Mariana Arc region, Western Pacific Ocean
Photo Date: 2004 April
Credit: Pacific Ring of Fire 2004 Expedition. NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration; Dr. Bob Embley, NOAA PMEL, Chief Scientist

Category: Ocean exploration/

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