Nav Bar Home Curriculum Ideas Postcards Research Tools Treasure Hunts Web Links Web Projects Web Picks About

Cyberbee Gallery

Primary Source Collections


Home ::
Album list :: My Favorites :: Search
Home > National Parks > Yellowstone National Park
Click to view full size image
Silex Spring
Silex is Latin for silica. The bottom of Silex Spring is lined with silica in the form of sinter. Hot springs are formed when superheated water from beneath the earth reaches the surface.

Source: National Park Service
0242.jpg 0243.jpg 0245.jpg 0248.jpg 0249.jpg
File information
Filename:0245.jpg
Album name:admin / Yellowstone National Park
Keywords:Silex Spring Yellowstone
Photographer:H. V. Noble
Date:1966
File Size:651 KB
Date added:Nov 02, 2009
Dimensions:1024 x 689 pixels
Displayed:402 times
URL:http://www.cyberbee.com/imagegallery/displayimage.php?pos=-84
Favorites:Add to Favorites

Updated October 10, 2009
© 1996 - 2009 Linda C. Joseph
All Rights Reserved
All CyberBee Graphics are Trademarked

Graphics by
Darlene Vanasco/Creative Director
Erika Taguchi/Designer & Illustrator
Hosting Provided by Iwaynet