Lake Macleod is a lake that as a result of evaporation of influxing of sea water through the Pleistocene country rock lies below sea level. It periodically is flooded by freshwater from monsoonal rains. It is situated just north of Shark Bay and Carnarvon, Western Australia
Most of the photographs, maps and cross sections were taken or compiled from a field trip to the area lead by Brian Logan. Others come from a variety of scientists including Christopher Kendall. Where authors are known these are indicated on or beside the image. The spectacular photographic images from outer space are from NASA.
Tuesday, September 17, 2013