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Lake Coipasa, Bolivia

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Salt deposits marble the shoreline of Lake Coipasa in Bolivia’s Sabaya Province. At an elevation of n
 
July 26 · Issue #326 · View online
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Salt deposits marble the shoreline of Lake Coipasa in Bolivia’s Sabaya Province. At an elevation of nearly 12,000 feet (3,657 m), the lake is fed by the Lauca River, which drops dark volcanic sediment along its northwestern shore. That sediment, shown on the right side of this Overview, contrasts sharply with the light blue water and white salt crust.
19°10'32.3"S, 68°02'09.8"W

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

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